First version is online - Check out the first release of Goosle my fast, private and ad free take on search.
Let me know what you think!
Check it out on GitHub: https://github.com/adegans/Goosle
Blog post: https://ajdg.solutions/blog/goosle-for-a-better-search-experience/
In today's blog post I continue the theme of degoogling one's life. I talk about my experiences with @invidious, an alternative open-source frontend to Youtube that can be self hosted.
Do you want to watch YT videos without actually going to Youtube site? Take a look!
Posted about my #openresty troubles last night on selfhosted.rsmsn.co. What's weird about the issue is that any of the other systemd files that I've changed for my #selfhosted services don't usually get changed with the package gets updated.
But for whatever reason, OpenResty overwrites my file on each update. Took this happening 2-3 times before I realized it was a trend.
Does this happen to anyone else? Any solutions to solve it?
Опробовал сегодня Fooocus — selfhosted ИИ для генерации картинок по тексту, позиционирующий себя как альтернативу Stable Diffusion и Midjourney. Увы, на моей видеокарте (Radeon RX 6500) он просто отказался запускаться, выдав ошибку, что в системе нет высокопроизводительных GPU. Однако через Google Collab работает вполне нормально. Результаты весьма порадовали (см. приложения). Также понравилось, что можно указывать разрешение изображения, чего сильно не хватало в Bing, и наличие режима масштабирования изображений (image upscale), который я тут же опробовал на фоновой картинке нашего сообщества. #ии #генератор_изображений #selfhosted #open_source
It sounds like Home Assistant is maturing nicely - but are you still paying a lot for hardware? Like I couldn't even find a lightbulb on Amazon that I could tell is compatible
Finally pulled the trigger. I deleted Plex from my server (but left the config files in place in case I regret it). Plex builds in a lot of good features and has a much more fleshed out Android TV app than Jellyfin (which I've been running alongside it for a while), but the whole "we'll email everyone in your server and oh btw it's opt out, not opt in" was the straw that broke the camel's back.
I have recorded my entire mail server migration endeavour so far in two blog posts:
I will now compare various self-hosting solutions for email and then summarise my findings in part 3, stay tuned!
Today I am open sourcing Satounki, a self-hosted, open source and cloud-agnostic temporary elevated access management solution!
I am looking for contributors, so if this sounds like something you'd be interested in working on, please reach out!
Anyone happen to know which Domains one need to Whitelist in DNS ad-blocking to get OneDrive to work?
It only ever worked sporadically and today stopped completely. Switching to normal DNS fixed it, but I don't really see what domain could be the fault. The logs are spammed full with general Windows telemetry domain BS.
Yay, that's great to hear!
Not sure why, but somehow @radiofreefedi didn't turn into a proper link.
I'm sure they'll be super chuffed, and rightfully deserve all that praise for massively boosting #FediMusic this last year!
I'm looking forward to you joining the #Faircamp family, other #SelfHosted solutions, or whatever other exciting #FairTradeMusic community solutions (such as #JamCoop or #Mirlo) will pick up traction and/or appear in 2024!
I have to install a Shelly in my kitchen oven. Usually when I leave the club (20m walk, 5m Uber) I come home hungry and with a Shelly installed in my oven I'd have good food ready to eat when I got home (lasagna!!) and I'd even be able to impress some chicks!
(I know there are smart ovens, but I'm poor)
I wish Termius had a ChatGPT/Bard integration. It would make my life much easier
After a request on the #selfhosted community on Lemmy, I wrote up how I use LUKS, Clevis, and Tang to give me network-bound encryption. This means that I can restart my servers as long as they're on my home network without worrying about having to log in to decrypt the drive, but if someone breaks in and steals my servers and turns them on anywhere else, the data on them is safe. https://i.am.eddmil.es/clevistang/
I was planning to get music from a whole variety of platforms this #FairtradeMusicFriday, but I came across so many albums by #FediMusicians that I could only find on #Bandcamp (afaik), that today turned out to be a #BandcampFriday exclusive.
See below for album and artist links. 1/x
This Week in Self-Hosted (1 December 2023)
This week's newsletter features a ton of notable software updates, a content spotlight on #AudioBookshelf, video content from @dbtechyt and Jim's Garage, and a new edition of the Open Home newsletter from @balloob!
Released #Zettelstore version 0.16. See change log for details: https://zettelstore.de/home/doc/trunk/www/changes.wiki#0_16
Download: https://zettelstore.de/home/doc/trunk/www/download.wiki #zettelkasten #pkm #localfirst #offlinefirst #selfhosted
#MediaWiki #Update: 🙈 Erstmal #Ubuntu 18.04 im #LXC auf 20.04 updaten, damit zumindest #PHP 7.4 verfügbar war. Danach MediaWiki selbst von 1.31 auf 1.35 (#LTS) und nochmal auf 1.39 (LTS) hochgezogen. Letzter Schritt: Das ganze rüber bringen auf #AlmaLinux 9 mit PHP 8.2. 🚀
#Homelab #LinuxContainer #VM #VirtualServer #SelfHosted #Linux #RHEL #Proxmox #Cluster #Server
Oh lawd the spotify wrapped started
Advice, buy directly from your favorite indie artists. Pirate any millionaire artist. Make a server with #jellyfin or smth and stream it to your devices.
If you want stats use #listenbrainz
It'll be much better that any corporate streaming service
@timboard It's just the lazyness and lack of public pressure why they didn't start something like social.gov.us as a site to do so.
Jellyfin has gained traction as a free and open-source media server, offering a reliable platform for streaming movies, TV shows, music, and photos. This guide will show how to install Jellyfin Media Server on Linux Mint 21 #linuxmint #linux #jellyfin #selfhosted #opensource #mediaserver #media #video #tv #internet #streaming
So in my exploration of the local (#selfhosted) #LLM space I'm now coming across license agreements. Reading the BigCode Open RAIL-M v1 License seems reasonable enough. It certainly doesn't claim ownership of generated output but nor does it indemnify against infringement. I guess you have to trust the training data?
Introducing tududi: A personal task management system built with Sinatra
If anyone has successfully gotten Peertube working on NixOS with Caddy, please message me. I've tried both Podman and the official NixOS packaging of it, and the farthest I've gotten is OAuth bitching about the externyal domain not being identical to the internyal IP. (If I configure the instance domain to be vcr.sbargv2.com, it throws a tantrum that it's not 192.168.86.38. If I set the instance domain to be 192.168.86.38, it throws a tantrum that it's not vcr.sbargv2.com)
#caddy #nixos #peertube #selfhosted #askfedi
I know I been a big bbbiaaatch about this but here is a question. In your storage... whatever ..would you take ..
1. More bays to fill ya up with PB's of data... ( I know it sounds sus just go with it )
2. Go Fast and Furious 43! 10 gig on dem hoes.
Some context. I have 10 gig available to me and realistically I don't need Petabytes of space...
We'll be working on lots of great features and improvements, but the big goal is to develop the app into an #ActivityPub powered "decentralized Thingiverse" where anyone can self-host an instance to distribute their content.
Also we're still looking for a new name that can take us there; send in ideas!
Got some GREAT news coming for @vandam imminently, which means I really could do with finalising a new name for it that better reflects what it is.
Any great name ideas out there for a self-hosted 3d print model hosting app, with a future that hopefully includes ActivityPub federation?
So I've decided to start that #blog I was pondering a couple of weeks ago. I'm probably going to go with #WriteFreely due to it being #Foss, #Federated and #SelfHosted. Unfortunately, not the simplest thing to set up from the #Docker image available (I think I should be able to tweak the Dockerfile to fix that though)
#webrings, #distributionlists, #rss feeds, even fucking #IRC, all the old "before the net was captured into walled web 2.0 bullshit gardens" tech is coming back and this "I was there when USENET was THE thing kiddo" codger could. not. be. happier.
Plex ruffled some feathers this week with their latest e-mail marketing campaign, so we've compiled a list of privacy-related settings every Plex user should review.
Let us know if there's anything we've missed!
new instance, new #introduction :
hey, i'm orion. i'm an internet weirdperson by night and a professional grasstoucher by day
i do art. i also, coincidentally, do things with that art such as posting it on the internet sometimes. when i'm not posting art, i'm talking about the #yugioh tcg and playing on a #ttrpg stream about cards on motorcycles
long live the muka muka sweep and may your dragonmaids stay chambered <3
Still finding it awkward to break free from hosted services like RSS, Email, etc, to self-hosted solutions, as I ditch #Google, #Microsoft, etc, but I am slowly adapting to the changes and pretty much going to my #selfhosted solutions now as a first instinct.
Still, sometimes it's like trying to hold a conversation in a different country and you only know a few words of the language but all the curse words. lol.
I got tired of Qwant's "endless" question about me being human because I am using an VPN. So I installed SearXNG on my VPS. Haven't used a self-hosted search engine since my RPi 4 died earlier this year. Feels good 😌
The self-hosted wake word system that Home Assistant uses doesn't have "Computer" as an option, as in "Computer, lights kitchen off" or "Computer, engage snooze mode"
The claim is that it would result in false positives. This is misguided. Residents and visitors would learn quickly to not mention computers lest the awaken it's attention.
This is actually good on multiple levels, and will prepare us for the bleak future that surely awaits us when AI takes over. Or will get guests to stop talking about computers. A win either way.
Computer, submit post
I took the example from the resource linked before. This was my procedure:
1) I increased the sidekiq process to allow 75 instead of the default 25 workers. This helped, but it was still full and only going down slowly.
2) Then I split out the processes (by duplicating the systemctl file and make one each for the ingress, push+pull, default, scheduler, and mailers. All had 75 workers. It turned out only the pushpull service was pinned to that 75 and database connections went to over 200.
3) So I split the push and pull into separate processes and realized it was all on the pull process. All other processes were very low.
4) Finally, I reduced the number of workers back down to 25 for all processes except the pull process. RAM usage has quadrupled from 400MB to 1700 but I had space there to grow into.
My server is now back to a good place, database connections are below 50, nothing in the queue, and toots/notifications are going out instantly again.
And most importantly, I can once again handle all the news GottaLaff puts out! :D
I suspect #footiMac is getting a little overtaxed. But I am wondering if other #selfhosted #mastoAdmin have a thought about these messages in Sidekiq for dead processes? Too many files open, on my end or the remote end?
Is there maybe a FAQ available for small admins like me to look to that might show the most common indicators of problems on a Mastodon host?
I feared the “Share On Pixelfed” plugin for WordPress was not receiving the same attention as its sibling plugin “Share On Mastodon”.
And then… plugin author @janboddez releases Share On Pixelfed 0.9.0. The plugin is now modernized and working out of the box with Wordpress 6.3.2 and 6.4!
Thank you Jan, you’ve made my weekend & my future in the #fediverse simpler.
I think that maybe the Wordpress ActivityPub plugin that federates my blog has been causing a lot of undue PHP process activity. Any activity with friends/followers or when a post is published, it overloads my server. Anyone else federating their wordpress based website (self-hosted) seeing this problem? It might be interacting somehow with LiteSpeed Caching? #selfhost #wordpress #selfhosted #mastoAdmin #ActivityPub #Fediverse