My name is Alexander Andreev and you can find me over the Internets by nickname Arav.
Who am I? I'm a russian guy of age 27 who loves tinkering with computers. Some more on me you can read on neocities' page.
Why am I doing all of this? I run my machines 24/7 anyway, so why not make them do some useful work that they can handle. Such as simple radio, file share via HTTP and FTP, Tor relay and I2P node, e-mail server, web and so on.
Why am I almost “doxxing” myself? Yes, since I host straight from my home you can get my city, but so can I do with you (if you don't use VPN or Tor :)). I don't think that's a problem. What's more important is that my data belongs only to me and I can access it from anywhere. :) That was a main goal of having a home server.
But in addition I have my age, name and surname disclosed! Not a big deal for me as well. :)
Why particularly that slogan? I just wanted sort of a slogan that'd fit under the logo and that was the first thing came in my mind. And eventually it became permanent as everything that was ever meant to be temporary. :) I actually like it. Don't you think of your websites as of very special place of your own? Of course you do. :) And who we are if not the wanderers that are wandering through the Intenets in searching for something we'd like? xD
Why English only? I want this place to be accessible by wide audience, and English happen to be todays lingua franca. Second, I do that to practice English. And I'm lazy to maintain two versions of the same thing.
P.S.: Yeah, I'm not so glad that this site partially repeats neocities' one.
Contact information and banners are at the bottom of this page. Yes, I totally agree with you not wanting to add my banner since I don't have a link page myself. :) Well, it's way easier to make a banner than a links page. :)
I have two of them, the first one is a Raspberry Pi 3 rev. B single board computer and the second one is a laptop. Yeah, not quite impressive, but they do their work just fine.
Laptop is Acer Packard Bell TE69CX that has a 2 core Intel Pentium 2117U 1.8GHz and 10GB RAM (2GB + 8GB), the system disk is a 120GB SSD and the other one is 500GB HDD where all the shit I have is stored. I'm fine with that storage, yes I'd like to have more and mirrored in RAID 1, but that's fine. Everything that is just a bit important is backed up, encrypted and stored in the clouds. :)
TL;DR by services. Laptop runs a network file share, a seedbox, a FTP/HTTP file share, TeamSpeak 3, Mumble, Matrix, I2P, an internet-radio, git server, ClamAV for email server, a web-server, and a database. Raspberry Pi 3 runs OpenVPN, BIND9, DNSCrypt-proxy, a Tor relay, an email server, and a XMPP server.
That are available for everyone.
Runs using Liquidsoap through Icecast, which goes through NGiNX. I broadcast almost everything I have. Sorry, but I'm too lazy to make some kind of broadcasting program to stream so I just randomise the playlist and throw new music there from time to time.
vsFTPd. And now available through HTTP.
There you'll find music, videos, films, animes, TV shows, books, games, programs, drivers (a very few), OS images (Winblows :)). Go check it out!
It is set to use 8 MBits of my Internet connection. It cannot became a guard node because of dynamic IP-address that changes every 10 days.
I help the network using an official I2P router.
That are available for a narrow circle of people.
Postfix, Dovecot (w/Sieve), Spamassassin, ClamAV, OpenDMARC and OpenDKIM.
Alas, I don't have a static IP. And there is not much sense in it because my ISP doesn't offer reverse DNS for regular clients.
It results in my messages ends up in a spam box at best. Well, Yandex lets me in an Inbox. :)
Prosody. Only I can register for security's sake.
Think on shutting it down, because no one of my friends uses it anyway.
Synapse. Think on dumping XMPP in favour of it.
It's private, but you still can join an entrance room where you can only write messages. A certificate is necessary.
Same as with Mumble applies to TS. It's security level is set to 34, so is yours identifier's level should be at least that high.
All game servers are private, if there's exception I'll mention it in its description. They are listed in a section below.
Some servers are listed in an in-game server list and theirs names looks like “Arav's dwelling / <Game name>”.
And, of course, I don't run them simultaneously and start them only when needed.
Expect poor performance because the server is a low-end laptop.
Gitea. You are free to browse it. :)
Version is 1.15.2 currently. Here is a homebrewed client for it (and it also works under Linux!).
Don't forget to set “Allow assets mismatch” option that you can find on the first page of the “Options” menu.
Access is restricted using accounts. Contact me if you want to play here, you'll need to give me a nickname and a password.
Server is listed in a server list as “Arav's dwelling / Avorion”. Whitelist enabled. Bring your SteamID64 if you want to play here.
TShock. But it's not used. Just wanted to look at TShock.
Services that maintains other services or used exclusively by me.
NGiNX + PHP-FPM.
Samba and NFS.
Transmission-cli gets shit done.
The only annoying thing is that it sometimes creates .part files for one of unchecked files.
CUPS with CCP (Canon CAPT printer).
|PGP key:||5A2E CA58 F93E B5C4 4F02 D50B 1327 FE8A 374C C86F (available through Web Key Directory)|
This website collects access logs which includes a date and time of access, your IP-address, User-Agent, referer URL that tells me where have you came from and a request itself. Additionally there is a GeoIP information being stored that is gathered from your IP-address for convenience of logs analysing. It includes country, region, and city.
FTP server also collects access logs which includes a date and time of access, your IP-address and the commands sent.