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If you're into SCP/FTP/Rsync/SMB check out Hetzner Storage Servers. About 3 € for 1 TB, including 10 snapshots

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Using Pi's to run services in my homelab which I want to keep separate from my server (to have some sort of failover in case the server goes down). Status/Monitoring, VPN server and so on

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Thanks for the great sarcasm mate

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Apologies accepted, seems like I missed something:)

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That - good sir - is a very valid argument

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Surprised I haven’t seen Prison Break yet. After season 3 it just went down

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Can someone explain how a Russian helicopter can land in UA airfield without being shot down/at? It's not like you can wave a white flag up there

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Can someone please help me out? I don't get it

This seems like the right way - informing users, those who don't care don't care with or without. I'd say that's fully withing the freedom philosophy

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Yes and no. Without a users video history (& other tracking turned off) best they can do is push random ads hoping it would hit one in a million. That is not effective and sometimes even diseffective (hitting a controversially opposite target). Tha harms YouTube on both ends more than the ad’s company

By pushing users to turn it on they apparently gain more than just pushing random horse crap.

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Edit: both ends = b2b&b2c

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I tried Jellyfin for a few days now and have to say I was absolutely displeased by the stability of the clients (except browser) and sloweness.

Figured the bottleneck was somewhere else so decided to just try Emby with a 1-m pass. Emby works absolutely beautifully. No issues AT ALL regarding speed, transcoding, clients, or anything. I click the video a second later it’s up. Even through a VPN. Jellyfin frustrated me sometimes locally via LAN.

However I still want to give Jellyfin a shot. Have you experienced similar?

  • both installed in docker on the same host with recommended but where applicable same config.
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Interesting... I used to use Jellyfin about a year ago until it suddenly stopped working. Now with new equipment and infrastructure I gave it another shot. I think I have to stick with Emby for now... Thanks for your view!

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Looks smooth, I am running Homer (different to Homerr or others). Super easy to configure in yml and looks clean. No fancy features as weather however… or maybe haven’t found it ^^

I do think I’ll give Homarr another try after looking at yours

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Saved me about 15 mins thank you kind sir

HW News - Linus Tech Tips' Terrible Response (www.youtube.com)

From the video description: In HW News this week, we start with a discussion about Linus Sebastian's recent reply to our commentary about Linus Tech Tips' issues with accuracy, data, corrections, ethics, and conflicts. We are baffled and disappointed by the hastily, angrily-written, and at times inaccurate statement posted.

How do you archive your e-mails? What format should the archive-files have? eml? mbox? (heise.cloudimg.io)

I would like to REALLY archive some older e-mail-folders. Archive seems not to be the right word, because i work with empty inboxes, so every completed or answered e-mail is still archived in a folder (with the name of the year), but i use IMAP so all archived emails are still on the server....

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Interesting project! I’ll spin it up in the next couple of days and check it out

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The domain x.com, which Musk bought ages ago, also redirects to twitter

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Thanks! That was really insightful. I guess I'll give it a try some day, for now everything runs in ipv4 and that runs well haha!

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That be amazing! I am currently not using anything (took down my homelab a while back) and planning on completely starting over fresh now.

I am most likely going with unbound! So if you could, that be great!

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Appreciate it!

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That’s becoming interesting once I’m setting up a slaves for failover & local proximity ^^ looking forward to deep diving into it

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Unfortunately not at the moment, as all is kinda fiddled and setup manually, but I’m redoing my home lab in a couple of weeks. Send me a message and I’ll send you the docker image or script!

But basically I did the following:

  • enable ipv4 forwarding
  • configure and start VPN tunnel
  • set the default route to the tunnel
  • set the gw for reaching the remote vpn server to the local gw
  • sets routes for the local network to the local gw

If your vpn goes down, the default route shall still point to the remote gw, but as it isn’t there you also have a kill switch. Voila!

I am looking into gluetun but haven’t tried it yet.

Edit: this doesn’t protect you from someone snooping the traffic inside your local net, but protects it starting from the point where it leaves the local vpngw. The traffic is unencrypted between that and your client.

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