IPv6 Setup Script

Someone on LowEndTalk recently posted a great script to automatically configure IPv6 on’s dedicated servers.  Since I’ve recently been using one of their 2EUR Kidéchire specials as a Deluge & SABnzbd box I found this quite useful.

Script Usage:

This script is designed to be run on an Dedicated Server, it has been tested on:

  • Debian 7
  • Ubuntu 14.04
  • CentOS 7
  • Proxmox VE w/ OVZ (see Issue #1)
chmod 755
./ <interface> <address block> <subnet> <duid>


All of the required information can be found on your Network configuration page ( >> Server >> Network configuration).  It should look like this: IPv6 Example Settings

In this example, we’ll be adding the subnet 2001:0bc7:5555:101::/64 to our dedicated server via the following command:

./ eth0 2001:0bc7:5555:101:: 64 00:04:01:07:c7:b8:2f:13:d5:a8

Next we’ll want to add some addresses from the /64 block to the server:

/sbin/ifconfig eth0 inet6 add 2001:0bc7:5555:101::1
/sbin/ifconfig eth0 inet6 add 2001:0bc7:5555:101::2

Your server should now have outgoing IPv6 connectivity and you should be able to ping the assigned address, in this example – 2001:0bc7:5555:101::1, from an outside network.

Source: GitHub LowEndTalk Thread

BitTorrent – Deluge WebUI Install Script

Deluge is a BitTorrent client written in python based on libtorrent. Deluge is my favorite  BitTorrent client because it’s got some great features like:

  • It’s Fast!
  • Full Encryption Support
  • Cross-Platform Support
  • Thin Client Mode
  • Great Web-UI
  • Plugin System

Not only have I found Deluge to be faster than many of the other BitTorrent clients that I have tried but, it’s also simple to setup and reasonably lightweight in terms of resources. Packaged versions of Deluge can be a bit old and not up to snuff, so I’ve written a  simple bash script that will automatically install the latest version of Deluge from it’s source.  The entire process, on a freshly installed VPS, takes approximately 5 minutes. Continue reading

Observium Client Setup Script

Observium is a neat PHP based system monitoring platform that I’ve been using lately, it’s fairly easy to install (Observium + Nginx/PHP-FPM install guide Coming Soon!) and provides a large variety of easy to read graphs of system information.

Observium is an autodiscovering SNMP based network monitoring platform written in PHP which includes support for a wide range of network hardware and operating systems including Cisco, Windows, Linux, HP, Dell, FreeBSD, Juniper, Brocade, Netscaler, NetApp and many more.

From the Official Observium Wiki

After the initial task of Observium host installation and configuration, you need install and configure SNMP daemon on all of your client servers, aka all the servers that you want to monitor.  This can be quite annoying if you’re monitoring more then a handful of servers, thus I have taken the time to write bash script for installation of the SNMP daemon on a client server.

Continue reading


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Coming very soon:

rTorrent/webui installer
Deluge installer
Obserivum+nginx installer