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  1. Hi, would it be possible to add some sort of license to the Heliohost Wiki Github repository? I curious and started to look around the repo, but saw that it didn't have a license in it. Not sure how feasible that would be considering there are already commits made to the repository by others during this period without a license.
  2. Hello, I've migrated my self managed email to a managed solution. As such I no longer require a VPS and would like it (VPS44) to be deleted. I do have reverse DNS setup for the IPv4 ( and v6 (2001:470:1:1ee::44) addresses, so I'm not sure if that is something you'll want to clean up or not (or if its automatically done). I've cancelled the Paypal recurring payment and pulled whatever data I need off the machine, let me know if you need any info. Thanks for hosting my email for 1.5 years.
  3. Most likely just outside actors attempting to brute force their way into your MariaDB install. If you aren't causing those failed logins yourself and have a strong password, you'll be fine.
  4. 1) Yes, you can run your Python programs remotely. You can run them even when you log off in a tmux window or as a systemd service since it appears that VPS69 is running Ubuntu. 2) You can use FTP/SFTP to move files to your server. Alternatively, you can just use the scp command to move files. 3) There are a couple of ways to make flask content showup on a domain. You can just tell flask to run on port 80 or 443 (you'll need to run it with sudo if you do this). You could also use nginx or apache or manage your flask content. This might be harder to do depending on your familiarity/comfortability with the command line. Either way, you would need to also add an A record to your VPS where you control your domain's DNS. 4) You would have to install a remote desktop server on your VPS. I personally wouldn't recommend it for your use case though since in my eyes, it's just a waste of system resources. There are plenty of guides online to do what you've asked for in your post. I'm sure there are also community members that can provide pointers, but ultimately you'll have to learn on your own since no one is going to hold your hand forever.
  5. I would imagine if you were using Cloudflare for DNS, Hestia DNS records would no longer be of any use (if I am correctly assuming it works like cPanel).
  6. Your HTTP, www URL redirects to the HTTPS version which is expected: lucas@grover:~$ curl http://www.infantex.com.mx -I HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 23:24:23 GMT Connection: keep-alive Cache-Control: max-age=3600 Expires: Thu, 23 Sep 2021 00:24:23 GMT Location: https://www.infantex.com.mx/ But then the HTTPS version redirects back to the HTTP: lucas@grover:~$ curl https://www.infantex.com.mx -I HTTP/2 301 date: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 23:24:23 GMT content-type: text/html location: http://www.infantex.com.mx/ So it might be some option in Hestia that has not been turned on (or maybe has been turned on) that is looping. I'm not sure though since I don't Hestia. As for the A vs CNAME, I have my domain setup with a CNAME so that I don't have to do any extra configuration on the web server to redirect www -> root.
  7. DNS record appears to have propagated, looks good on my system and on the VPS. Thanks
  8. I've also noticed that the VPSs are slow sometimes due to the hard drive array its on. Since Johnny and the VPSs share the same drives, IOPs drops sometimes and everyone is affected. You can see Krydos' statement about it here: Your timeout issue might be related to that if this happened out of the blue and all other variables are constant (free CPU/memory/disk).
  9. Hi I've decided to enable IPv6 support for my mail server. So I have to make another thread asking for rDNS on the v6 address (sorry haha). I'd like to request 2001:470:1:1ee::44 point to mail.itslucas.win Thanks again.
  10. They don't accept Visa Debit, I had the same issue when I tried to sign up (Canadian for those wondering). I got around it by using a Visa prepaid card from a provider that grants temporary cards to use online. I've using their two free x86_64 VMs eight months now and their largest ARM VM (the one with four cores and 24GB of RAM) for about two weeks. It works well so far, aside from a really weird issue with iptables and Ubuntu that their web console firewall has an issue with. I use one of the x86 VMs for my website and the other as a dumping grounds for data. The large ARM VM I use to host a Minecraft server and its doing well so far. The support is also pretty much useless as you probably have experienced. I wouldn't host any sensitive data on Oracle's VMs though. I don't know how long Oracle plans to do this or if they one day would just decide to pull the plug on free resources.
  11. I don't use ClamAV for my mail server. I just use rspamd to filter spam. If I do get a file from an unknown email, I'll just do the sensible thing and not click it, mark it as spam so rspamd can learn, and move on.
  12. Sounds good, no problem with waiting.
  13. Hello, I recently got a VPS to avoid having to wait for Tommy to come back up (also nice to have my own IP) for emails. I've fully configured my VPS to send and receive emails, however the last thing that needs to be done is setup reverse DNS (which I can't do myself). Thus, I'd like to request the IP: to point to: mail.itslucas.win Thanks.
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