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Hello and Welcome to the Home Server blog!

Welcome to this new blog. This is my first post, and I hope it won’t be the last. I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time. Actually, it’s not my frist time, I’ve blogged while pursuing my college degrees and had a good following.

However, this is the firs time I’ll be blogging about my personal hobby. Unfortunately, I have been living in a Linux silo, all by my lonesome and it’s time I get out and meet others. This blog is about the Linux Operating system, mainly about running your Linux own home server or a workstation. Running a home server is not an easy task but certainly it’s a reward one.

Yes, there are many bloggers and blogs out there. They all probably write about the same thing, however, this is my blog. I hope to discuss and bring something interesting to the table that you all can benefit from it.

I will be using this blog sort of a diary, writing about my exploits of running my own home server and a Linux workstation. Currently, I have two servers on-line, one it’s my own personal Plex server, which I keep in private mode. I have no business relationship with Plex, except of being a customer, however, I do recommend their software.

The other server is Internet connected using ClearOS. The ClearOS is an operating system marketed by the software company ClearCenter. Like with Plex, I have no business relationship with ClearOS, except of being a customer, however, I do recommend their software.” ClearOS its based on CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. ClearOS was designed for use in a home environment, a small to medium enterprises as a network gateway or as a network server with a web-based administration interface. You can also use this Linux based OS for a home environment. If you ask me? It’s quite easy to manage.

On the desktop (i.e., workstaiton) My efforst are mainly concentrated on Debian and openSUSE. Out of this Linux circle I have limited knowledge, however, Linux is Linux, with some exceptions all distributions have nearly similar type of modus-operandi.

I close this article, by thanking your for taking time to visit this blog and for reading my articles. I hope that this is not the first and last, and especially that we can establish a friendship, and get to discuss our favorite hobby. If you see any strange writing, misspelled words, missing words, or typographical errors, please drop me a note. I manage several languages in my head and some times have issues writing my thoughts into a paper or a printed from like this one.

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