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|Has session tag=leap, email, encryption, security, self-hosting, vpn, bitmask, provider, end-to-end, gpg, privacy, mass surveillance, surveillance, mass encryption,
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|Has session tag=leap, email, encryption, security, self-hosting, vpn, bitmask, provider, end-to-end, gpg, privacy, mass surveillance, surveillance, mass encryption, pixelated,
 
|Is for kids=No
 
|Is for kids=No
 
|Has description=We'll show you how to setup a LEAP provider to self-host a vpn and/or encrypted email service.
 
|Has description=We'll show you how to setup a LEAP provider to self-host a vpn and/or encrypted email service.
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|Has session keywords=software
 
|Has session keywords=software
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|Is organized by=Varac, Kwadronaut,
 
|Held in language=en - English
 
|Held in language=en - English
 
|Has orga contact=varac@leap.se
 
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This session will help you with any questions how to install an provider instance either on a local vagrant node or one or more remote servers.
 
This session will help you with any questions how to install an provider instance either on a local vagrant node or one or more remote servers.
 
We'll follow the basic steps of the [https://leap.se/en/docs/platform/tutorials/quick-start, LEAP Platform quick start guide].
 
We'll follow the basic steps of the [https://leap.se/en/docs/platform/tutorials/quick-start, LEAP Platform quick start guide].
If you want to setup your own provider on a remote server or even in a vagrant box on your laptop, please make sure you have the [https://leap.se/en/docs/platform/tutorials/quick-start#requirements, requirements].
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If you want to setup your own provider on a remote server or even in a vagrant box on your laptop, please make sure you have the [https://leap.se/en/docs/platform/tutorials/quick-start#requirements, requirements]. This is, in a nutshell, either a working Vagrant installation on your laptop, or a remote server with a fresh Debian stable installation and ssh root access to it.

Latest revision as of 12:45, 27 December 2016

Description We'll show you how to setup a LEAP provider to self-host a vpn and/or encrypted email service.
Website(s) https://leap.se, https://pixelated-project.org/
Type Workshop
Kids session No
Keyword(s) software
Tags leap, email, encryption, security, self-hosting, vpn, bitmask, provider, end-to-end, gpg, privacy, mass surveillance, surveillance, mass encryption, pixelated
Person organizing Varac, Kwadronaut
Language en - English
en - English
Related to LEAP, Pixelated
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Starts at 2016/12/28 17:00
Ends at 2016/12/28 19:00
Duration 120 minutes
Location Hall C.2

This session will help you with any questions how to install an provider instance either on a local vagrant node or one or more remote servers. We'll follow the basic steps of the LEAP Platform quick start guide.


If you want to setup your own provider on a remote server or even in a vagrant box on your laptop, please make sure you have the requirements. This is, in a nutshell, either a working Vagrant installation on your laptop, or a remote server with a fresh Debian stable installation and ssh root access to it.