Chain-Maind Auto-Compound (Windows)

Auto-Compound your staking rewards on the Crypto.org chain!WINDOWS Edition Prerequisites This guide is purposely not going into details to keep it short and (hopefully) simple. I am assuming that you know how to work with the different tools mentioned. As terminal, I’ll be using PowerShell 5.1. Get Chain-Maind Note: as of writing, the script is … Read more

Chain-Maind Auto-Compound (Linux)

Auto-Compound your staking rewards on the Crypto.org chain!LINUX (UNIX) Edition Prerequisites This guide is purposely not going into details to keep it short and (hopefully) simple. I am assuming that you know how to work with a terminal. Get Chain-Maind Note: as of writing, the script is only compatible with version 2.1.2. Newer releases supporting … Read more

Apache2 – ReverseProxy Configuration

In my scenario, I have a lot of different web servers that are usually bundled with another application like netdata or within a docker container. And I don’t want to expose all different ports like 19999 for netdata etc. Therefore I usually proxy them and assign different host names to each of them. So let’s … Read more

C# Data Class

Data Class in Kotlin If you have ever used Kotlin and it’s data class, I’m certain you’ve stumbled upon one of its amazing features when calling the ToString() method. The term DataClass in this Article just refers to overriding the ToString() method and not any other functionalities of the Kotlin data class Basically what it … Read more

Apache2 – Website Configuration

I use different configurations for each site I host on my server, but most of them are nearly identical. Here I want to share the basic version I use. For this, you must enable 2 mods in Apache2: MOD Command mod_rewrite sudo a2enmod rewrite mod_ssl sudo a2enmod ssl mod_headers sudo a2enmode headers Do not forget … Read more

Minecraft Server Startup Script

A few friends from my gaming community “Cohesion of Wolfes” decided to create a small Minecraft server and I was tasked with the job of getting the backend running for now. At first, we had a pretty basic and simple startup script that required you to have the Terminal or an SSH session open which … Read more