The HendGrow site and channel was created to provide how-to guides that empowers the viewer to implement various solutions on their own. Maybe the viewer is looking for a free firewall solution to protect their family or business. Decided to open a store and needs a web or retail Point of Sale (POS) system. Small company that requires a ticketing system to keep track of all the daily tasks. The HendGrow site and channel aims to provide guides and walk-throughs on these and various other topics. The topics are either directly from our subscriber requests or derived from solutions we have implemented, that we believe could add value to the community. It’s our way to give a little back and hopefully help a few people along the way.

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[37] We replaced our HIDS solution with WAZUH and have not looked back.

Steps for installing WAZUH all in one instance. These are the steps we used including the steps for installing the agents on Linux, windows and macOS / OSX.

The back story for the guide is we used OSSEC for many years and our setup worked fine with sending the OSSEC events to a syslog server for additional reporting. We decided to move to WAZUH as it has a nice interface and reporting. Also the installation and management of the solution is straight forward and simple to use. We have subsequently convinced and started to migrate some of our clients to WAZUH with great results and positive feedback. We therefore decided to put this quick guide together to provide our clients and the community a quick reference to deploy their own standalone instance should they want to.  The all in one install we deployed can support up to +/- 100 agents.

The guide used in this tutorial can be found in the YouTube description section of the video guide.

[36] IPFire + Samba Config – Apple Time Machine Backup Capability for Network and VPN users.

The guide or steps used in this tutorial can be found in the YouTube description section of the video guide.

As requested by one of our subscribers. We put together this guide on : – How to attach then format an external USB disk. – Install the samba server role and create a network file share that supports Apple Time Machine backups on IPFire. This enables users on the network / VPN to use Apple Time Machine with the share on IPFire as the destination disk. Removing the reliance on USB drives for backups. This will be the last guide regarding Samba and Time Machine as we have covered it per subscriber requests in other guides also.

[35] Ubuntu Samba Server Install Guide with Apple Time Machine Support

[35] Ubuntu Samba Server Install Guide with Apple Time Machine Support

The guide or steps used in this tutorial can be found in the YouTube description section of the video guide.

This guide was done as a response to a request by one of our YouTube subscribers to create a tutorial on how to install the samba server role that supports Apple Time Machine on Ubuntu server 20.04 LTS. The request came after they watched a similar tutorial we did based on openSUSE 15.2 Leap.

[33] CCTV and NVR Solution Installation Guide for Ubuntu 20.04 Linux!

In this guide we show you how to install a CCTV and NVR Solution on Ubuntu Linux! The software used is Shinobi. We have installed this at multiple client stores to monitor stock and general security.

Text Guide used in this tutorial: https://hendgrow.com/ugs/HendGrow_CCTV_Text_Guide.txt

For more information visit – https://shinobi.video/

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Disclaimer – https://www.hendgrow.com/disclaimer/

FrontAccounting – How to guide for Ubuntu 20.04

In this guide we show you how to install FrontAccounting. An accounting package we use and have installed for many clients. It is a Web based Accounting system that is simple and powerful accounting system for the entire ERP chain. FrontAccounting is free and released under the GNU General Public License.

The guide or steps used in this tutorial can be found in the YouTube description section of the video guide.

The HendGrow Minecraft Experiment

The HendGrow Minecraft Experiment This is a quick tutorial on how to connect and play on our open Minecraft server. Keep in mind this is open Anarchy / Survival server. This means that anything goes in regards to playing on this server.

The Minecraft server will be available for the foreseeable future dependant on demand.

Minecraft: https://www.minecraft.net/en-us/store/minecraft-java-edition

Raspberry Pi with (OMV) openmediavault – How To-

(Including Apple Time Machine Support, Enabling Network Backups) 

Walk-through of how to install a NAS based on (OMV) openmediavault on a Raspberry Pi. Best features for us is the ability to create a SMB share that has Apple Time Machine support. This enables us to backup all our Mac machines 🖥 / 💻 using time machine to the network. No more usb drives.

Walk Through Guidehttps://hendgrow.com/ugs/RaspberryPi_OMV_WT.pdf

—INSTALL START—

Walk-through of how to install a NAS based on (OMV) openmediavault on a Raspberry Pi. Best features for us is the ability to create a SMB share that has Apple Time Machine support. This enables us to backup all our Mac machines 🖥 / 💻 using time machine to the network. No more usb drives.

Software:

Raspbian: https://www.raspberrypi.org/software/

Openmediavault: https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers

Commands:

$ sudo raspi-config

$ sudo apt-get update

$ sudo apt-get upgrade

$ wget https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/install

$ chmod +x install

$ sudo ./install

—INSTALL END–

How To Install NAS Using (OMV) openmediavault. (Apple Time Machine Support, Enables Network Backups)

Walk-through of how to install NAS based on (OMV) openmediavault. We use this as it is simple to get up and running and use. Best feature for us is the ability to create a SMB share that has Apple Time Machine support. This enables us to backup all our Mac machines 🖥 / 💻 using time machine to the network. No more usb drives.

URL for openmediavault download – https://www.openmediavault.org/download.html

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