Category Archives: DataCenter

How RomArg “helped” me to change my domain register to @namecheap ?

A name registrar is that sort of service provider everybody needs at some point when they get serious about their online presence and want to have their own identity thus domain. Basically from the times when Internet was young their main function is to keep that record of who owns a name and to broadcast… Read More »

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Use #letsencrypt to generate a wildcard domain certificate

I am an old user of letsencrypt that just found out that my old way of renewing my set of certificated is no longer supported. When running the usual “certbot renew” command, that was manually renewing my certificates, resulted in the error: 2019-04-06 17:38:19,072:WARNING:certbot.renewal:Attempting to renew cert (blog.voina.org) from /etc/letsencrypt/renewal/blog.voina.org.conf produced an unexpected error: Client… Read More »

Convert text label files to UTF-8 encoding

In a lot of multi-language enterprise applications where you have to support labels in different languages the text files with the different labels for each language are scattered across your source code. In my case I all the labels are kept in Java property files with “.properties” file extension. Then for each language I have… Read More »

AP-AC-Pro with #Unifi as a taxi monitoring tool

It is always fun to find new usage to UBNT devices. I just discovered that my UniFi AP-AC-Pro is a powerful monitoring tool for the Wi-FI enabled taxis. In a city that considers itself as one of the “Silicon Valleys” of Eastern Europe Internet is a must. Obviously in such an environment having a Hot-Spot… Read More »