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47 minutes | 14 days ago
32: Google Turning the Screw
With rage in our hearts, we proclaim a Self-Hosted Google Photos replacement, and the only way to self-host your email. Plus our tips to manage and stream audiobooks.Sponsored By:Datadog: Try Datadog today by starting a free 14-day trial and receive a Datadog t-shirt after creating just one dashboard.A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comA Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comSupport Self-HostedLinks:OpenAudible - Audio Book Manager — OpenAudible is a cross-platform audiobook manager designed for Audible users. Download, view, convert to MP3 or M4A, and manage all your audio books with our easy-to-use desktop application.Booksonic — The selfhosted audiobook serverPrologue on the App Store — Prologue is the best (and possibly only) audiobook app for Plex.BookPlayer on the App Store — A wonderful player for your M4B/M4A/MP3 based audiobooks.Cozy—Linux Apps on Flathub — Cozy is a modern audio book player for Linux.MQTT - Home Assistant — MQTT (aka MQ Telemetry Transport) is a machine-to-machine or “Internet of Things” connectivity protocol on top of TCP/IP. It allows extremely lightweight publish/subscribe messaging transport.AdGuard Home — Network-wide software for blocking ads & trackingUsing Pihole with pfsense or opnsense — Pihole is a network wide ad blocker. Using DHCP we can tell every device on your network to automatically and transparently use Pihole for DNS.PhotoPrism — PhotoPrism® is a server-based application for browsing, organizing and sharing your personal photo collection. It makes use of the latest technologies to automatically tag and find pictures without getting in your way. Say goodbye to solutions that force you to upload your visual memories to the cloud.PhotoPrism: Try our demoGoogle Photos will end its free unlimited storage on June 1st, 2021 - The Verge — After 15 gigs, you’ll need to pony up for Google One
51 minutes | a month ago
31: Industrial Grade Mobile Internet
We have a philosophical debate on cloud vs local and Alex experiences full-blown Americana this Halloween. Plus how Chris built the most reliable and high-performance mobile internet setup possible in his RV.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshDatadog: Try Datadog today by starting a free 14-day trial and receive a Datadog t-shirt after creating just one dashboard.A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comSupport Self-HostedLinks:Review: Pepwave MAX Transit by Peplink (Mobile Router) - Mobile Internet Resource Center — Peplink is also a key provider of bonding technology that allows a router to combine multiple network connections together for increased performance, or extreme redundancy and reliability.Poynting 7-in-1 4xLTE, 2xWIFI & 1xGPS Roof Antenna — 7-in-1 Roof Mountable Cellular Wifi GPS antenna Perfect for Dual Cell Modem ApplicationsDual 4G LTE Router for Public Transportation MAX Transit Duo — With a compact form factor, simultaneous dual-band 11ac Wi-Fi, and two embedded LTE modems, the MAX Transit DUO is ready to deliver fast, reliable connectivity in transportation and public safety deploymentsSpeedFusion Cloud - Peplink — From video streaming to online collaboration, everything depends on consistent Internet.LTE UE Category & Class Definitions — LTE utilises the LTE UE Category or User Equipment categories or classes to define the performance specifications of LTE devicesEthernet Adapter for Chromecast with Google TV — Power adapter with Ethernet portNymphCast: Audio and video casting system — NymphCast is a software solution which turns your choice of Linux-capable hardware into an audio and video source for a television or powered speakers. It enables the streaming of audio and video over the network from a wide range of client devices, as well as the streaming of internet media to a NymphCast server, controlled by a client device.
47 minutes | a month ago
30: Automation Entropy Factor
Chris gets left out in the cold after a Home Assistant glitch, and Alex puts a big batch of USB hard drives to the test Plus a great pick for you pack rats, feedback, and more.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: Demystify the sometimes difficult and deep topic of systemd, the most widely used service management scheme in Linux today.CloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:Amazon price trackerGoogle study on disk temps — A 2007 study by Google showed the reverse to be true. Hard drives with average temperatures below 27 °C had a failure rate worse than hard drives with the highest reported average temperature of 50 °C, and a failure rate at least twice as high as the optimum temperature range of 37 °C to 46 °C.New Hard Drive Rituals — It is for these reasons that I now religiously do not commit any data to a drive until it has undergone at least one full cycle using a tool called badblocksselfhostedshow/infra: Infrastructure as CodeUsing 'sun' as condition fails to allow automation to trigger. — I've been using the Automation UI from the web to create the automation's and so for the conditoin I selected "Sun" and then 'after sunset' and 'before sunrise' but the automation stopped working. I had to use a 'state' condition and use 'sun.sun' and use the state 'below_horizon'NFS Auto Mount with systemd — Network mount units automatically acquire After dependencies on remote-fs-pre.target, network.target and network-online.target, and gain a Before dependency on remote-fs.target unless nofail mount option is set.Auto-mounting network file systems with systemd30mm On-Metal NFC Tag – CloudFree — These blank 30mm circular NFC tags can be written to and read from using the Home Assistant app on NFC-compatible phones.ESXi on Raspberry Pi — Getting ESXi up and running on one of the Pis was relatively easy but there are a few gotchas.ESXi Arm Edition - DownloadSome history behind getting ESXi-Arm onto the PiArchivy is a self-hosted knowledge repository that allows you to safely preserve useful content that contributes to your knowledge bank. — Archivy is a self-hosted knowledge repository that allows you to safely preserve useful content that contributes to your knowledge bank.How fast are your disks? Find out the open source way, with fio — The most reliable way to test disks is down-and-dirty, on the command line.
45 minutes | 2 months ago
29: Perils of Self-Hosting
We speak to Kevin and Patricia from Traefik, discuss Alex's recent ZFS snafu and we wonder if the new Chromecasts can match up to the Nvidia Shield.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshCloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDA Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comSupport Self-HostedLinks:Diun — Diun provides automatically updated Docker images within Docker Hub. It is possible to always use the latest stable tag or to use another service that handles updating Docker images.Houston, we have Plugins! Traefik 2.3 Announcement — Traefik now supports the ability to add custom middleware functionality to your environment easily. Introducing Traefik Pilot 1.0 — Traefik Pilot provides visibility into cloud-native architecturesTraefik Labs: Makes Networking BoringTraefik Labs on TwitterTraefik Ambassador Program — The Traefik Ambassador program is built to support and reward contributors of code, content, and community building.Traefik Plugin Hackaethon 2020 — Join the team of engineers who maintain Traefik and the Traefik Ambassadors for a week of virtual hacking and collaboration on the open-source projects Traefik and Traefik Mesh. Traefik Hello World by Jake Howard — Here’s a complete getting stated guide for Traefik, to complement and extend my previous Traefik basics post. It’s intentionally verbose, to explain some of the magic going on.Google Chromecast (2020) review — The new Google TV software makes it easy to find something to watchHalcyon - Home Assistant Linux Companion
35 minutes | 2 months ago
28: Directing Traefik
We get fancy with Traefik labels, and gush over some new Home Assistant features while saving our data from inevitable future failure.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshCloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDA Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comSupport Self-HostedLinks:Introducing SWAG - Secure Web-server And Gateway — SWAG is a rebirth of our letsencrypt docker image, a full fledged web server and reverse proxy that includes Nginx, Php7, Certbot (Let's Encrypt client) and Fail2ban.Lychee v4 - AlbumsAlex's docker-compose file with Traefik lablesTraefik, The Cloud Native Edge Router — Simplify networking complexity while designing, deploying, and operating applications.0.115: B-Day release! - Home Assistant — There's a party goin' on right here 🕺 A dedication to last throughout the years 🥳 So bring your good times, and your laughter too 😂 We gonna celebrate our party with you 🎁 It's a celebration! 🎉One more thing… - Home Assistant — Home Assistant Companion is a new application for Mac to control your Home Assistant instance, exposing your Mac sensors to Home Assistant and to receive notifications.Add card by entities — Are you a bit overwhelmed by all the different types of cards Lovelace has? You can now just select the entities you want to use for a card, and have Lovelace suggest a card for you.Hard Drive S.M.A.R.T Monitoring, Historical Trends & Real World Failure Thresholds — WebUI for smartd S.M.A.R.T monitoringlinuxserver/docker-scrutinyScrutiny - A SMART Hard Drive Monitoring toolCloudFree — Providing tinkerers with the cloud-free gadgets they need.Outdoor Grade NFC tags — Outdoor Grade NFC tagsGitHub - IronicBadger/infra: 99.9% less leaked credentials — 99.9% less leaked credentialsTraefik v2 and external services like Home Assistant and Blue Iris — How do I use Traefik to route traffic for services that aren't containers or published via another service discovery backend? In the case of this post it's Home Assistant and Blue Iris. Two critical services in my LAN that run on dedicated hardware.Secret Management with docker-compose and Ansible Vault — Secret management with docker-compose doesn't have to be an enigma.
42 minutes | 3 months ago
27: Picture Perfect
Some big news for Jupiter Broadcasting and a picture perfect app-pick with Lychee. Chris politely suggests Alex reconsider his Syncthing doubts. Plus some power monitoring updates, and more from the community.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comSupport Self-HostedLinks:Lychee: A great looking and easy-to-use photo-manager — Lychee is a free photo-management tool, which runs on your server or web-space. Syncthing — Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program. It synchronizes files between two or more computers in real time, safely protected from prying eyes. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, whether it is shared with some third party, and how it's transmitted over the internet.Syncthing | SecuritySyncthing Discovery ServerSyncthing Relay ServerIntroducer ConfigurationCloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota — This product runs Tasmota, which requires some technical skill to set up. The Tasmota project will not provide technical support.Raspberry Pi Power Monitor — This project is an extremely affordable, yet highly capable “build-your-own” energy monitoring solution. With up to six total inputs, you can monitor many different consumption and production sources.blog.ktz.me - Send a Pushover notification from Linux — How can you make a Linux system notify your phone when it reboots?Apprise - One notification library to rule them all — Apprise allows you to send a notification to almost all of the most popular notification services available to us today such as: Telegram, Discord, Slack, Amazon SNS, Gotify, etc.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
26: The Trouble with Docker
Mike and Wes join us to discuss the recent Docker news, freeing your Robovac from the cloud, and why Alex really loves Terraform.Special Guests: Michael Dominick and Wes Payne.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comSupport Self-HostedLinks:Valetudo — Cloud-free control webinterface for vacuum robots.Roborock S5 zoned cleanup with Valetudo + Home Assistant — And with that you should be able to hit the button on the Lovelace card and dispatch the Robovac to wherever you please! Clean-up on Aisle 5.Docker at 4: Milestones in Docker HistoryHow to use count with modules in Terraform 0.13 — The upcoming 0.13 release of Terraform adds many new features. In my opinion none are more exciting than finally being able using count when calling a moduleHelios64 – Full Bundle (Pre-Order) – Kobol Shop — Helios64 the Ultimate ARM Powered NAS.Docker could be set to delete all your files if you haven't accessed them for a while — Free tier users have until November to push or pull their inactive container images
38 minutes | 4 months ago
25: The Future of Unraid
Jonathan Panozzo, aka Johnp join us to talk all things Unraid. He hints at future subscription plans, details performance features coming soon, shares the story of how Docker came to Unraid, and much more.Special Guest: Jonathan Panozzo.Support Self-HostedLinks:Open Hardware Energy Monitor Group BuyUnraid — Unraid OS allows sophisticated media aficionados, gamers, and other intensive data-users to have ultimate control over their data, media, applications, and desktops, using just about any combination of hardware.Unraid OS 6.9.0-Beta25 is Now Available — This new feature permits you to define up to 35 named pools, of up to 30 storage devices/pool.Soon | Unraid — The Unraid team has been hard at work on something new we're calling My Servers, to be released Soon™️.Forums - Unraid
38 minutes | 4 months ago
24: OPNsense Makes Sense
Chris figures out how hot is too hot, Alex performs an extreme remote firewall install, and we share some of our favorite SSH tricks.Support Self-HostedLinks:Raspberry Pi Power Monitor FlyerRoundcube — ...is a browser-based multilingual IMAP client with an application-like user interface. It provides full functionality you expect from an email client, including MIME support, address book, folder manipulation, message searching and spell checking.SquirrelMail - Webmail for Nuts!Install Docker Engine — Docker provides convenience scripts at get.docker.com and test.docker.com for installing edge and testing versions of Docker Engine - Community into development environments quickly and non-interactively. Netdata Installation guideSetup a secure (SSH) tunnel as a systemd service. — Setup a secure (SSH) tunnel as a systemd service. #systemd #ssh #ssh-tunnel #ssh-forwardSelf healing reverse SSH setup with systemdHow to install OPNSense on PCEngines' APU2pfSense Makes Sense | LAS s28e09 - YouTubeOPNsense WireGuard Road Warrior guideRewrote Wireguard Road Warrior manpage to be clearer and more concise by IronicBadger — Pull Request #275SSH over SMS | Devpost — Our python project listens for a text message (through a dedicated SMTP email server) then reads and parses the email to get a bash command.Raspberry Pi Power Monitor — The power monitor project we discuss in the show.
43 minutes | 5 months ago
23: Shields Up
We've spent thousands of dollars and over a decade refining the perfect home media setup. We get nostalgic and share what worked and what REALLY didn't.Support Self-HostedLinks:Boxee Box — Boxee Box by D-Link is a Linux-based set-top device and media extender that first began shipping in 33 countries worldwide on 10 November 2010.Getting Started with Media Browser for Windows Media CenterMythTV, Open Source DVR — MythTV is a Free Open Source software digital video recorder (DVR) project distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL. It has been under heavy development since 2002, and now contains most features one would expect from a good DVR (and many new ones that you soon won't be able to live without).Popcorn Hour A-100 reviewMicrosoft Windows Media Center Extenders — The Media Center Extender with DVD Player (DMA2200) from Linksys, a division of Cisco, is an elegant solution that combines an upscaling DVD player with a dual-band Wireless-N Extender for Windows Media Center.
37 minutes | 5 months ago
22: Slow Cooked Servers
Chris is slow cooking some servers, Alex has self-hosted AI with a nasty gotcha and a damp basement.Support Self-HostedLinks:Build The BEST Security Camera NVR — Free Locally Processed AI Computer Vision with Blue Iris. Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris — This program analyzes motion in Blue Iris cameras in real-time using Artificial Intelligence. Deep Stack AI — This system uses Docker containers to run DeepStack AI and process images from a watch folder, then fires a set of registered triggers to make web request calls, send MQTT events, and send Telegram messages when specified objects are detected in the images.Aeotec Multisensor 6 — Z-Wave Plus 6-in1 motion, temperature, humidity, light, UV, vibration sensorGitea — Gitea is a community managed lightweight code hosting solution written in Go. It is published under the MIT license.
42 minutes | 6 months ago
21: The Perfect Server Build
Serverbuilds.net’s founder JDM joins us to discuss the perfect sever for low or high-end needs, and Alex stages a Pi intervention.Special Guest: JDM_WAAAT.Support Self-HostedLinks:Serverbuilds.netCPU comparison — Intel Xeon CPU Comparison SpreadsheetUseful tools — Serverbuilds.netJDM_WAAAT - YouTubeserverbuilds.net Discordserverbuilds.net Forums[Guide] Create a mobile media server setup with Plex's new app - Resources / General Information
36 minutes | 6 months ago
20: One is None
You're not a true self-hoster until you've lost your entire configuration at least once. Alex does a deep dive into cloud backup, plus we need your help to find the right Wifi solution for a listener.Support Self-HostedLinks:LINUX Unplugged 355: Chris' Data Crisis — Chris' tale of woe after a recent data loss, and Wes' adventure after he finds a rogue device on his network.Jupiter Extras: A Chat with mergerfs Developer Antonio Musumeci — mergerfs makes JBOD (Just a Bunch Of Drives) appear like an ‘array’ of drives. mergerfs transparently translates read/write commands to the underlying drives from a single mount point, such as /mnt/storage.Duplicati — Duplicati works with standard protocols like FTP, SSH, WebDAV as well as popular services like Backblaze B2, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon S3, Google Drive, box.com, Mega, hubiC and many others.restic · Backups done right! — Backing up your data with restic should only be limited by your network or hard disk bandwidth so that you can backup your files every day. Backblaze — Cloud storage that's astonishingly easy and low-cost.How does Backblaze support Linux Users? — There are a variety of options for using Linux with B2. These include open-source (free) and commercial applications, command-line (CLI) and graphical interface (GUI) tools, and tools that include encryption, automation, hybrid NAS/B2 support, mounting remote archives as volumes, and other capabilities.How to configure Backblaze B2 with Duplicity on Linux — Duplicity can store backup data in many destinations, including Backblaze B2. This guide will help you get setup and give you the commands to do a full backup and restore of a specific folder.duplicity — Duplicity backs directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes and uploading them to a remote or local file server.rsync.net — We give you an empty UNIX filesystem that you can access with any SSH toolAmazon S3 Glacier — Long-term, secure, durable Amazon S3 object storage classes for data archiving, starting at $1 per terabyte per monthInstallation Methods & Community Guides Wiki - Home Assistant — Today I want to take a step back and take a holistic view of installation methods. What installation methods do we support as a project, and what does supported mean.TiddlyWiki — a non-linear personal web notebook — A unique non-linear notebook for capturing, organising and sharing complex information.An opinionated approach to TiddlyWiki
39 minutes | 6 months ago
19: The Open Source Catch-22
We react to recently proposed Home Assistant changes, Alex attempts an extreme remote install, and we take a look at HomelabOS. Plus why Chris continues to collect Raspberry Pi's at an alarming rate.Support Self-HostedLinks:Raspberry Pi 4 Storage BenchmarksHome Assistant on Twitter — "We're deprecating the Home Assistant Supervised installation on Generic Linux. Alternatives are to run Home Assistant Core in a Docker container or run our OS in a VM."[On hold] Deprecating Home Assistant Supervised on generic Linux — We’re going to put the deprecation plan on hold for now. Anyone running this installation method today can continue running this. We will offer more clear information in the future.traefik host mode exampleHomelabOS — Your offline-first privacy-centric personal data center.HomelabOS - Syncing Settings via Git — HomelabOS will automatically keep the settings/ folder in sync with a git repo if it has one. So you can create a private repo on your Gitea instance for example, then clone that repo over the settings folder. Now any changes you make to settings/ files will be commited and pushed to that git repo whenever you run make, make update or make config.Introduction - HomelabOS — Ansible templates out the HomelabOS config file using Jinja2 templating, which is then used to deploy HomelabOS itself.sanoid for ZFS Snapshots — Policy-driven snapshot management and replication tools. Using ZFS for underlying next-gen storage.
35 minutes | 7 months ago
18: Ring Doorbell Alternative
We were almost outsmarted by a not so smart doorbell, Jellyfin makes Alex's prediction dreams come true and Chris tries QOwnNotes again. Links HeaterMeter, the open-source barbecue controller - Raspberry Pi Amazon.com : Nelly's Security 3MP WiFi Video Doorbell Camera W/ 2 Way Audio, Onvif Compliant, PIR Motion Sensor, Night Vision, 16GB SD Card Pre-Installed, Includes 3 Face Plates : Camera & Photo Plexamp - Love your music! linuxserver/beets | fleet linuxserver/musicbrainz | fleet Clients | Documentation - Jellyfin Project QOwnNotes - cross-platform open source plain-text file notepad Special Guest: Morgan Peterman.Support Self-Hosted
41 minutes | 7 months ago
17: Where Do I Start?
Knowing which hardware to buy or which apps to run on that shiny new hardware can be hard. Chris and Alex discuss networking gear and where to find some of the best getting started documentation on the net. Plex have been busy and launched two new apps, we cover that and more in this episode of Self-Hosted.Support Self-HostedLinks:Self-Hosted now has a Discord server! — Join us over on Discord!Plex Blog - Two New Delicious Apps — A post from Plex about their two shiny new apps.Plex Dash — A Medium post from Plex about their new app Plex Dash.Plexamp — A Medium post from Plex about their new app Plexamp.Healthchecks.io — Simple and Effective Cron Job MonitoringSelf-Hosted Healthchecks.io Container (from Linuxserver.io) — Receive alerts when your nightly backups, weekly reports, cron jobs and scheduled tasks don't run on time.Let's Encrypt Docker Starter Guide from Linuxserver.io — The goal of this guide is to give you ideas on what can be accomplished with the LinuxServer letsencrypt docker image and to get you started.Linuxserver.io Docker 101 Docs — A quick intro to the basics of getting started with Docker.serverbuilds.net — A site dedicated to helping you find the best deals on used Enterprise gear.Alex's cheap x86 pfsense build — A build log for a $150 x86 based pfsense router.Unmanaged vs Managed network switches — What's the difference and do you really need a managed switch?How to transfer accounts for a SmartHome when you sell up — How do you ensure future owners realize the value of your smart home devices?
37 minutes | 8 months ago
16: Compromised Networking
We share some WiFi tips and essential network ideas. And discuss one of our most significant compromises in the show so far.Support Self-HostedLinks:Self-Hosted Discord ServerRationale for using Discord — Let's grow a community around being the best place to discuss Self-Hosting.Barcodebuddy — Barcode system for GrocyQuarantine-o-meter Home Assistant DashboardApple acquires popular weather app Dark Sky and will shut down the Android version — The Android and Wear OS apps will work until July 1stWyze firmware update lets you turn its security cameras into webcams — To solve webcam shortage issues if you’re stuck working from home
31 minutes | 8 months ago
15: Keeping Track of Stuff
We have a neat self-hosted home inventory management system for preppers of any type, plus Chris' simple Home Assistant trick and Alex's valiant battle with the WebSockets daemon of the reverse proxies. Also - we answer listener questions, and share updates.Support Self-HostedLinks:Grocy — ERP beyond your fridge - grocy is a web-based self-hosted groceries & household management solution for your homeHome Assistant Community Add-on: GrocyHome Assistant External Reverse Proxy Setup with nginx — I was running into an issue for a while tonight where I could get Home Assistant itself working just fine but any add-ons that used web sockets wouldn't load properly. Let's Encrypt, Nginx & Reverse Proxy Starter GuidePicture Elements Card - Home Assistant — The Picture Elements card is one of the most versatile types of cards.Screenshot of Chris' HA Watchful EyeGenmon — Generac Generator Monitoring using a Raspberry Pi and WiFiSalt-Level — Checks level of salt in water softner brine tankChrisLAS - Chris W. Fisher — Check out the ChrisLAS Cast
43 minutes | 9 months ago
14: Embracing Automation
Wendell Wilson is back, and he and Chris are struggling with their automation setups. Also, we chat about ideal home server hardware for a server or a pfSense box. Plus Wendell's home-rolled presence detection rig, some 3D printing chat, and more.Special Guest: Wendell Wilson.Support Self-HostedLinks:sshuttle — Where transparent proxy meets VPN meets sshFractal Design — Fractal Design is a leading designer and manufacturer of premium PC hardware including cases, cooling, power supplies and accessories.Tinkercad — Tinkercad is a free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding. It's used by teachers, kids, hobbyists, and designers to imagine, design, and make anything!Fusion 360 — Integrated CAD, CAM, and CAE software.Pocket Rotary Cellphone — The 3D-printed case contains an ATmega2560V microcontroller and an Adafruit FONA 3G cell module, while a flexible mono eInk display adorns the outside.ASRock > DeskMini A300 SeriesLanCache.NET — Download your games once and serve them out to many people at your LAN.Level1Techs ForumsBluetooth Presence Detection for Home Automation — You might be here because you heard me mention my Bluetooth presence detection setup on the new SelfHosted podcast, or possibly because you want to subject yourself to an internet-of-things setup in your own home while desperately trying to escape the consequential corporate surveillance as a result of that action (soft chuckles for everyone). Let’s talk about what it is, why you might want it, and how you can minimize the downsides.
38 minutes | 9 months ago
13: IRC is Not Dead
Self-Hosted IRC solutions are better than ever. Alan Pope joins us to make a case for the classic way to communicate online and tells us about a modern client for the web, mobile, and desktop you run on your server. Plus, follow up on the new Self-Hosted wiki, and more.Special Guest: Alan Pope.Support Self-HostedLinks:World's Worst Best Drone Retrieval Device - YouTube — Having some fun watching my local flying crew/friends use the World's Worst Best Drone Retrieval Device.You don't need a UI for docker containers — You really don't. Managing small deployments of containers from the command line is easier, faster and 'commit-able'. We're not talking about vast fleets of containers here but in this article I'll cover how I use docker-compose to manage over 30 docker containers in a simple, scalable and faster way than if you were using a UI.awesome-selfhosted: A list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally. — A list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally. Selfhosting is the process of hosting and managing applications instead of renting from Software-as-a-Service providersLinux Server Image StatusQuasseldroid IRC Client — Quassel makes IRC fun again – open a client anywhere, connect to your core, and have all your favourite channels and networks right there.The Lounge — A web-based IRC client for the modern world! Once configured and started, users can access it from their browser or mobile device.Install theloungeirc for Linux using the Snap StoreIRCCloudSelf-Hosted Show Wiki — Here you will find an open source, living and breathing repository of resources that we talk about on the Self Hosted podcast.
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