Headscale with Android

I based this post on HERE Just for reference, the things I did to make it work: git clone https://github.com/tailscale/tailscale-android.git nano tailscale-android/cmd/tailscale/backend.go change: func (b *backend) Start(notify func(n ipn.Notify)) error { b.backend.SetNotifyCallback(notify) return b.backend.Start(ipn.Options{ StateKey: "ipn-android", }) } to: func (b *backend) Start(notify func(n ipn.Notify)) error { b.backend.SetNotifyCallback(notify) prefs := ipn.NewPrefs() prefs.ControlURL = "https://myheadscale.domain.com" opts := ipn.Options{ StateKey: "ipn-android", UpdatePrefs: prefs, } return b.backend.Start(opts) } nano Dockerfile Add the below to the file:
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Headscale with Windows

This is how to get the Windows client with headscale. I’m happy to finaly get it working. Headscales docs are HERE, but I’m adding some more info since I wasn’t able to get it to work the first time If you’ve already installed tailscale on the machine make sure to delete the C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Tailscale directory Download the Official Windows Client HERE and install it. You can either do option A or B Option A Manually edit the registry
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Usenet Basics

Here’s a quick rundown of how usenet works: The three things required are a server, indexer, and downloaders. Server: Where you download the articles from. (Eweka, SuperNews) Indexer: A search engine for the usenet servers. (NZBGeek, NZBCat, DogNZB) Downloader: This is used to download and extract the files since they are put into RAR files. (NZBGet, SABnzbd) Arr software searches via the indexer which then sends the .nzb file to the downloader.
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How to get systemd on WSL2

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Headscale Notes

Client DNS If you don’t want to use magic DNS like myself. I was having issues with it so I did this. Add the following to ~/.bashrc this will allow you to SSH to clients in the following way tailssh $USER $HOSTNAME you can also just run tailssh and that will show you all of the servers function tailssh () { if [[ -z $1 ]] && [[ -z $2 ]]; then tailscale status | grep -v 'filter/INPUT' | column -t else host=$(tailscale status | grep $2 | awk '{ print $1 }') ssh ${1}@${host} fi } Now we need to install column apt install bsdmainutils
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How to set up Headscale

Here I will walk you through setting up Headscale Create Directories mkdir -p /opt/headscale/config /opt/headscale/bin Install Reqs apt install -y wireguard-tools nginx apt-transport-https Generate Key wg genkey > /opt/headscale/config/private.key Download newest release from HERE wget https://github.com/juanfont/headscale/releases/download/v0.15.0-beta5/headscale_0.15.0-beta5_linux_amd64 -O /opt/headscale/bin/headscale Add headscale ~/.bashrc echo PATH=$PATH:/opt/headscale/bin >> ~/.bashrc Source the new PATH source ~/.bashrc Create config Create a config in /opt/headscale/config/config.yml nano config.yaml --- # The url clients will connect to. # Typically this will be a domain.
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OPNSense as wireguard client and route LAN split tunnel

Install and configure wireguard I use the Wireguard install script to create the config we import into the wireguard. That is located HERE Generate your first wireguard config. After running the script above it will ask you for a client name, I would name it something relating to opnsense Install Wireguard on OPNSense | System -> Firmware -> Plug-ins -> select and install ‘os-wireguard’ Get to wireguard config | Refresh the page, then go to VPN -> Wireguard
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