Look at that nice looking FreedomBox!

The bright side

This is a guest post by Alberto Fuentes, Debian contributor. Thanks!!

I’m rebuilding one my home server and decided to take a look at the FreedomBox project as the base for it.

The 0.6 version was recently released and I wasn’t aware of how advanced the project is already!

They have a virtualbox image ready for some quick test. It took me longer to download it than to start using it.

Here’s is a pic of what it looks like to entice you to try it 🙂

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All this is already on debian right now and you can turn any debian sid installation into a FreedomBox just by installing a package.

The setup generates everything private on the first run, so even the virtualbox image can be used as the final thing

They use Plinth (Django) to integrate the applications into the web interface. More info on how…

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An Apple a Day: Apple Cinnamon Cake with Dark Caramel Ganache

Never knew apples help against Parkinson Disease, know someone who has it

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Since my last post where I shared my recipe for Roasted Carrot and Coriander Soup, I am still feeling that fall fever. Last time I talked a lot about the wonders of New York apples and apple cider, so I gave it a go at creating a version of apple cider in cake form since I can’t get Western New York Apple Cider in Bahrain.

The base of this cake is the same one I used in my “Birthdays” post. This time I just added some chunks of apple coated in dark brown sugar and cinnamon instead of the melted chocolate. You will truly see how versatile this cake base is and how it works well with a variety of ingredients. I use it all the time and experiment with all kinds of variations to suit my mood and imagination. You should too!

I’m sure you’ve heard the old adage…

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