For managing my AWS resources, I prefer to stick to the AWS CLI. However, until recently, I have relied on the AWS web console to find AMIs.
After creating a new VPS Ubuntu instance, one of the first things I do is lock down
root access and create an administrator account.
I was using Fabric to push out these modifications. Recently, however, I decided to switch to Ansible instead.
Thanks to the
pact package manager, installing
babun was significantly easier than on
cygwin. The whole process consisted of only three simple steps.
I decided to switch my Asus RT-AC68U’s firmware from DD-WRT to Asuswrt-Merlin. Unfortunately, Asuswrt-Merlin’s web GUI doesn’t allow the configuration of non-authenticated (i.e., guests or public) access to a Samba share.
Since I have some experience with Samba, I decided to write a quick bash script to modify the shares configuration.