Fail2ban on Debian Buster – the right way to configure?

Fail2ban can be configured in so many places. $ fail2ban-client -i Fail2Ban v0.10.2 reads log file that contains password failure report and bans the corresponding IP addresses using firewall rules. On Debian Buster I can edit my settings in several config files: /etc/fail2ban/jail.d/defaults-debian.conf /etc/fail2ban/fail2ban.conf /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf /etc/fail2ban/action.d/ Some tutorials recommend: cp /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf /etc/fail2ban/jail.local I am confused!…

How to setup a website with multiple sub-domains but one canonical domain

I want to serve an website via https://the.example.com (thus with a non-standard sub-domain), but the same website should also be entered with https://example.com and https://www.example.com (+the http counterparts). So if you type https://www.example.com/page you should be redirected to https://the.example.com/page, and if you type http://example.com/page you should be redirected to the same page. I made this…

How can we know if a system supports NVME M.2 SSDs if it is not mentioned?

I have an Intel NUC of the following specs: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Branded-Systems/NUC-&-Mini-PC/74997-BOXNUC8I7BEH4 I’m looking to buy a crucial 1TB SSD with NVME https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Hard-Drives-&-SSDs/SSD-mSATA-&-m.2/75206-CT1000P1SSD8 The Intel NUC does not mention anything about NVME (is it supposed to?). It only mentions that it has SATA ports. How would a person know if they are compatible?