Tag: Ubuntu

Install Ubuntu on FreeBSD with bhyve

For some reasons I needed a Linux installation on my NAS. byhve is a lightweight virtualization solution for FreeBSD that makes that easy and efficient. However, the CLI of bhyve is somewhat bulky and bare making it hard to use, especially for the first time. This is what vm-bhyve solves - it provides a simple CLI for working with virtual machines. The only requirement seems to be VT-x CPU support or whatever it may be called on AMD CPUs and ZFS as a file system. I run it on FreeBSD 11. I think anyone interested in this topic has enough...

Simple mail forwarding using Postfix

It's more than likely that your email provider of choice, especially the ones that offer mail services free of charge, will not support receiving email to custom domain names like, in my case, davd.net. Running your own mail server would solve this problem but running a fully featured mail stack including POP, IMAP, Sieve filters et cetera requires a fairly powerful machine. Additionally, if not configured properly, there's big potential for abuse, e.g. spam. As an alternative, it's possible to just run a MTA which redirects all incoming email to an external mail server. This can be ran...