Welcome to mydeardiary webspace

mydeardiary

2024-01-12 22:46:17.579401250 +0700

Greetings, visitors!

Welcome to my tilde.club webspace.

My curiosity of the place beyond web apps leads me to discover tildeverse. In short words, tilde is the symbol of $HOME directory on linux based systems.

The tilde is a breath of fresh air in the middle of web apps and heavy websites. The tilde is where $HOME far from home is built.

This tilde space, i.e. tilde.club is actually one of my attempts in building a personal webspace for mydeardiary.

For the sake of curiosity

I’ve gathered information about this tilde space, i.e. tilde.club. This tilde space runs on Fedora, with 8 vCPUs, and 30 GiB of memory. Here is the output of neofetch command.

mydeardiary@tilde.club 
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OS: Fedora Linux 38 (Thirty Eight) x86_64 
Host: VMware Virtual Platform None 
Kernel: 6.5.10-200.fc38.x86_64 
Uptime: 56 days, 20 hours, 40 mins 
Packages: 2401 (rpm) 
Shell: bash 5.2.21 
Resolution: 1280x800 
Terminal: /dev/pts/1 
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X (8) @ 3.693GHz 
GPU: 00:0f.0 VMware SVGA II Adapter 
Memory: 10061MiB / 30030MiB 

Regarding the disk quota, it is not strictly enforced. So users have to use common sense regarding fair use of this shared webspace. For the sake of curiosity, here is the output of df -h as of 2024-01-30T02:53:19+00:00.

Filesystem               Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/fedora-root  546G  439G  107G  81% /

Alright, so here we have a lvm disk with 81% of capacity. No problem here, since I will only host small static website written in markdown and converted to html using tool already installed on this system.

As an added bonus, this tilde webspace has both ipv4 and ipv6 available. So in terms of internet connection, this tilde provides access to both ipv4 and ipv6. And the network speed is great, speedtest results are here.

Conclusion

With the vast resource of this tilde space, I will set up this place as my first webspace to show at my Ko-Fi page.

For any questions, send an email to mydeardiary (at) tilde.club.

Thanks for your visit!


Update: here is speedtest result. Very speedy, indeed.

Update: first step to prepare a public unix shell account

Update: a guide to setup a simple git repository

Update: my experience on self hosting a simple webspace.

Update: securing ssh port on my vps with systemd cgroup

Update: workaround to fix Realtek usb wi-fi dongle not coming up with wlan interface

Here is my project list.

Here is my todo list.


Donate to the author via Ko-Fi. Every single cent helps and greatly appreciated.

A backup of my sdf webspace is available here.