Decided to learn something new with this node. Installed docker and using Caddy for server. Caddy is freaking amazing. Apache and nginx are nowhere near. Single executable and only one config file to load all the server configuration.
Now I just need to set up a filebrowser that I can access remotely
#syncthing is fucking awesome. The solution to all my self-hosted storage problems.
Installed Min.io on the rpi last night. And set up webdav with mindav. Barring a couple of glitches, it works pretty well. However, the developers do not officially support arm architecture, so I had to build from source.
However, there were too many good things about #seafile. First, the package comes with a handful of very useful tools to manage data. Even if you are restoring data from a previous seafile installation, you can regenerate the files from the blocks.
Secondly, it comes packaged with a fileserver, an admin front-end and a #webdav interface. That gets the job done for most people. You don't need to install third-party plugins.
Installed and configured #seafile on my raspberry pi 3b. But couple of major problems were there.
1. The android client is shit. You can't set arbitrary folder to sync with a remote directory. Had to look for other alternatives, namely FolderSync and Ultimate Sync.
2. Webdav performance is pathetically slow. Even with only 4-5 files in the remote directory, I was getting 10-20kbps upload download speed which was unacceptable.
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Nvidia GeForce Now to give Stadia a run for its money as it is now open to all
Status Page for monitoring your websites and applications with beautiful graphs, analytics, and plugins. Run on any type of environment.
Yet another workflow automation tool. Easily automate tasks across different services.
Create agents that monitor and act on your behalf.
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