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How to Install RustDesk on Your Synology NAS

RustDesk is a remote desktop software, the open source TeamViewer / AnyDesk alternative. You have full control of your data, with no concerns about security since it only sends data to a server that you setup. You can use a public rendezvous/relay server or self-host one. In this step by step guide I will show you how to install RustDesk on your Synology NAS using Docker and DSM 7.2 I've based a significant amount of this guide on guides. First, Follow the following 4 guides: Step 0: Docker, Memory Recommendations and Limitations Step 1: Directory Setup Guide Step 2: Setting up a restricted Docker user Step 3: Setting up a Docker Bridge Network Following these guides will give you a nice Docker folder structure, a restricted user to run your containers on (this is more secure) and a dedicated network for your containers. Lets Begin First we need to set up some folders for RustDesk to save its configuration files and also where the Project will save th

Logrotate with Syslog-NG

I wanted to archive my logs that are created with Syslog-NG. But I also wanted to delete them after a while. Syslog-NG does a great job of rotating the logs. There is even a script on the Syslog-NG FAQ that will compress the logs.  My script has now been copied up there. (wohoo) But we have a pretty small Syslog server, and generating 10gigs of logs day fill it up pretty quick. Here's the script I wrote... It's pretty simple to follow: Find all files in the log directory that are not dated today, and that are not .gz, and archive them using gzip. We chose to use Gzip because of the time it takes compared to b2zip. Yes, we can get more space from B2zip, but we usually have to uncompress the file, and B2zip can take 20 minutes to do this. Then, find all files that have not been modified in 14 days, and delete them. Then, find all directories that are empty, and remove them. There is a small logic problem with this script. If you change the modification time of t