Tag Archives: linux

‘Webtrees’ on a Home Server: Installing the Webtrees Software

⬅️ Previous post: Getting online with LAMP and No-IP Installing Webtrees • Installing ‘intl’ and preparing the data folder • Creating the MariaDB database • Tweaking the default PHP configuration • Troubleshooting SELinux errors • What’s next for the server? Now … Continue reading

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‘Webtrees’ on a Home Server: Getting online with LAMP and No-IP

⬅ Previous Post: My Machine and Operating System Installing and Configuring the LAMP stack • What about a firewall? • Opening the router to web traffic • Launching the site for free with No-IP • Visiting my new server for … Continue reading

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2020 Summer Project #1: ‘Webtrees’ on a Home Server

One project I’ve had on the back burner for the last decade or so is re-launching a family history website on a home server. Continue reading

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Fedora Linux on the GPD Pocket: Six Months On

It’s been about six months since I first installed Fedora on my GPD Pocket. I’ve updated my original July 2017 post twice since then to keep you all updated. So much has changed since those early days that a new post is in order. Continue reading

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Playing with Toys: Fedora Linux on the GPD Pocket [Final Update: 1/15/2017]

[Update (12/4/2017): DO NOT run a “sudo dnf autoremove” command until you’ve read the update at the bottom of this post!] [Update (12/4/2017): There have been some wonderful updates over the past month. I now consider this post to be deprecated … Continue reading

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Tutorials: Upgrading GRAMPS on Debian Jessie

https://youtu.be/icvNUN-BMdw I made a new video this week: How to upgrade GRAMPS on Debian Jessie. More accurately, I’m narrating the upgrading of GRAMPS on my own computer. Some aspects of this upgrade, such as the directories when I store my … Continue reading

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Tutorials: How to install the free GRAMPS genealogy software.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVpKEU8m9JI Yes, it’s been quiet here at RestorationsByTim.com, but I’ve been busy on a couple projects. One of these projects has been to get a couple videos up on my YouTube Channel.

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Command Line Genealogy: Filtering City Directories from Archive.org

Fear not! It’s easier than you think! ☞ Background: I want a concise list of everyone who lived on Montgomery Avenue in Philadelphia in 1848. I have a cemetery return for a baby girl named Mary Pickersgill, who died in 1848 … Continue reading

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