Self-Hosted
Self-Hosted
Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
84: Hidden NAS
11/18/2022 • 34m
We're chatting about workstation builds for a home NAS with Joe Ressington this week. Chris chews on the news of the Evernote buyout and his challenges with Zigbee.Special Guest: Joe Resington.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshLogScale: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with LogScale Community Edition for free.Support Self-HostedLinks:Late Night Linux — Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what’s happening with Linux and the wider tech...
83: Unintended Upgrades
11/4/2022 • 1hr 3m
Sometimes your best upgrades are unplanned; Chris just got his Home Assistant Yellow fully deployed.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: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:Home Assistant Yellow — At the heart of Home Assistant Yellow is the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4.Scheduler card/custom component — The scheduler integration is an alternative for HA automations which use the time or sun as trigger. Generic Thermostat - Home Assist...
82: Roon Ready Ruh-Roh
10/21/2022 • 56m
Alex gives Roon Labs whole home audio a try but discovers a critical design flaw while Chris checks out his new ODROID-H3+ and plans his next epic build.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: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:ODROID-H3+ — Intel® Quad-Core Processor Jasper Lake N6005 has a base clock of 2GHz and a boost clock of 3.3GHz with 1.5MB L2 and 4MB L3 cache by a 10 nm pro...
81: The Badger Stack
10/7/2022 • 1hr 5m
Chris' Raspberry Pi server is dead, and Alex has a few ideas for his next build.Special Guest: Brent Gervais.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: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:You can't buy a Raspberry Pi right now — ...or at least, not without a lot of patience or a fat wallet.Matter is now official! — The Connectivity Standards Alliance has certified and released the first...
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
9/23/2022 • 52m
Alex is replacing his Chromecast and Google Nest Mini with an open-source solution, and why we’re all getting a little hyped about Matter.Special Guest: Brent Gervais.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshLogScale: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with LogScale Community Edition for free.Support Self-HostedLinks:OWC Thunderbolt Dock — Compatible with M1 Macs, Thunderbolt 3 Equipped Macs, and Thunderbolt 4 PCsSnapcast — Snapcast is a multiroom client-server audio player, where all clients are time synchronized with t...
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
9/9/2022 • 1hr 1m
We've made some changes since the last episode, and share why we have doubled down on Self-Hosting as much as possible. Plus, Chris tries out Immich, a high-performance Google Photos alternative.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshLogScale: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with LogScale Community Edition for free.Support Self-HostedLinks:Upcoming Jupiter Broadcasting Meetups — We've always got something planned. Check out our meetup page.Meetup Space on Matrix — A directory of our various meet...
78: We Should Know Better
8/26/2022 • 48m
We learned some really hard lessons this week, and reflect. Then Chris finds the perfect temperature sensor, and Alex finds a beautiful media discovery app.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshLogScale: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with LogScale Community Edition for free.Support Self-HostedLinks:Plex was compromised — Change your password now Authentication for local network access — When your Plex Media Server is claimed or signed in to a Plex account, then all access to the serv...
77: Automations Gone Wrong
8/12/2022 • 58m
What is it like to live with another man's automations? Brent spills all. Plus, Chris tries out a few more Shelly devices and reports back.Special Guest: Brent Gervais.Sponsored By:LogScale: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with LogScale Community Edition for free.Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshSupport Self-HostedLinks:I'm sick... Jeff Geerling Channel Update - YouTubeShelly Plus H&T - Shelly Cloud — Enhanced with a faster processor, Shelly Plus H&T...
76: Solid as a Rock
7/29/2022 • 1hr 11m
Alex runs us through his new and improved off-site backup setup, and Chris is trying out some Shelly devices.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshLogScale: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with LogScale Community Edition for free.Support Self-HostedLinks:Jupiter Broadcasting Meetup PageTailscale mesh network using OPNsense — OPNsense is an open source router and firewall platform built using FreeBSD. Tailscale can be installed on an OPNsense platform, joining it to your WireGuard-based mesh network.OPNsense repo by...
75: In-Flight Changes
7/15/2022 • 59m
Our thoughts on the new Works with Home Assistant program, some changes to Alex's off-site backup server, and a million bits of great feedback.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshLogScale: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with LogScale Community Edition for free.Support Self-HostedLinks:Introducing the Works with Home Assistant program — With Home Assistant, we integrate with over 1000 different APIs. The majority of these integrations are created and maintained by the Home Assistant community. Over the ye...
74: A Pi For Every Problem
7/1/2022 • 59m
Our guest this week has more Raspberry Pis than anyone we've ever met. We get insights into all the projects he used them for, what's worked great, and what's not worked at all.Special Guest: Jscar_Hawk.Sponsored By:Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshSupport Self-HostedLinks:London Meetup August 5...
73: 100 Days of HomeLab
6/17/2022 • 49m
A special episode today as TechnoTim joins Alex to discuss everything Kubernetes and HomeLab. The #100DaysOfHomeLab initiative from Tim is just getting started, find out what it’s all about in today's episode.Special Guest: Techno Tim.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:Self-Hosted DiscordLondon Meetup TechnoTim on...
72: First Account is Free
6/3/2022 • 48m
A quick-fire round of projects this week, your feedback, and a discussion about the future of Self-Hosting.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:Join our Discord — Join our growing community of Self-Hosters! London Meetup *PROVISIONAL* — Alex from Self-Hosted will be in the UK in August and is proposing a meet...
71: Recipe for Success
5/20/2022 • 54m
Alex has found the perfect tool to bring your recipe management into the future. Plus, a convenient trick for scripts with passwords, dying hard drives, and the killer new Proxmox feature.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. CloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDSu...
70: Plausible Deniability
5/6/2022 • 53m
Alex replaces another Google service; we point the community spotlight at FuzzyMistborn plus your feedback!Special Guests: Brent Gervais and FuzzyMistborn.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:Office Hours 3: New Website Energy — It's a summer of projects, we get into our plans to totally rebuild our website, so...
69: Get Off My Lawn, The Robot's Got It
4/22/2022 • 47m
Alex shares some handy tools, and some old friends join us for a special edition of the show.Special Guests: Brent Gervais and chzbacon.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:LINUX Unplugged 453: Raleigh Action Show — We just wrapped up our East Coast meetup and have a bunch of...
68: Unwyze Choices
4/8/2022 • 54m
We chat about Wyze's recent real bad, no-good security news, why Plex Discover has potential but hasn't impressed us yet, and a brief tour of Alex's home network setup.Special Guest: Wes Payne.Sponsored By:Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshSupport Self-HostedLinks:I’m done with Wyze — Wyze knew hack...
67: The No Container Theory
3/25/2022 • 48m
Why Chris is moving away from using Containers, Alex's new project, and some great follow-up.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:Jupiter Broadcasting East Coast Meetup — Let's hang out at the park across the street from Prime BBQ.Speed boost achievement unlocked on Docker Desktop — . During testing with our amaz...
66: Mmm. Pi.
3/10/2022 • 47m
We look back at our favorite moments from the last ten years of the Raspberry Pi, why you might want to start considering one, and where we want to see the platform evolve.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:10 years of Raspberry Pi - YouTube — Almost exactly ten years ag...
65: Failing at Scale
2/25/2022 • 44m
Alex gives the new TrueNAS SCALE a go and hits a snag. Plus the future Home Assistant update that has Chris so concerned he might stop updating forever.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:Z-Wave and OpenZwave integrations pending removal — This is just based on the 2022.3 beta re...
64: Analysis Paralysis
2/11/2022 • 46m
Sometimes we get a bit carried away; we dial it back and share some self-hosting long-timer insights. Plus the networked way to Retro game, and more.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:Use a Raspberry Pi, old computer or VM as network storage for different retro computers...
63: Pulling the Rug Out
1/28/2022 • 42m
Alex has a new high-quality self-hosted music setup, and Chris solves complicated Internet problems.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:Aeotec Z-Wave Smart Switch 7 — Aeotec’s smallest, best-certified smart plug built with Gen7, Z-Wave Plus, S2, and SmartStart. 30% smaller than past smart switches at only 2.4x1.5x1.2 inch - so s...
62: Succumbing to the Ecosystem
1/14/2022 • 49m
Alex got some new devices for Christmas, and we set off to figure out how to integrate them into his network. And Brent's tale of giving the gift of Jellyfin.Special Guest: Brent Gervais.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshTailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Support Self-HostedLinks:homebridge — Homebridge is a lightweight No...
61: That First Layer Squish
12/31/2021 • 59m
Some old friends of JB join Alex to discuss 3D printing.Special Guests: chzbacon and Drew DeVore.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshSupport Self-HostedLinks:Octoprint — The snappy web interface for your 3D printer.Thingiverse — A collection of freely available 3d models to print out.Prusa Research — Maker of the Prusa 3d printers.Ender 3 — The Creality Ender 3 is one of the cheapest ways to get started with 3d printing.3d printer maintenance — Sometimes we have so much fun with our 3D pri...
60: Someone Else's Computer
12/17/2021 • 55m
Recent AWS outages sent Alex on a hunt to find more self-hosted alternatives, and Chris digs into the latest Home Assistant release. Plus a frenzy of your excellent feedback and questions.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshBackblaze Unlimited Backup: Get peace of mind knowing your files are backed up securely in the cloud with Backblaze.Support Self-HostedLinks:AWS explains outage — A major Amazon Web Services outage on Tuesday started after network devices got overloaded, the company said on Friday.Ar...
59: I Tried to Love Portainer
12/3/2021 • 48m
We try out a couple of very popular Docker GUI's and report back, and discuss our biggest Self-Hosted regrets.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshBackblaze Unlimited Backup: Get peace of mind knowing your files are backed up securely in the cloud with Backblaze.Support Self-HostedLinks:Join the Jupiter Broadcasting Matrix — I mean might as well!LINUX Unplugged 433: The Lessons of Jellyfin — We revisit some old assumptions about the open-source Plex-alternative, Jellyfin. We each try it out, and along the way, gain a fe...
58: Pi Server Upgrade
11/19/2021 • 56m
This week we unlock the "Pi"tential of the Compute Module 4 and turn it into a dual gigabit router and Jellyfin server. How far can we push it? Plus, Alex shares his thoughts on the state of mobile operating systems and the challenges they are imposing on DIYers.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshBackblaze Unlimited Backup: Get peace of mind knowing your files are backed up securely in the cloud with Backblaze.A Cloud Guru: Go through a series of hands-on labs...
57: Alex Deletes it All
11/5/2021 • 47m
Troubleshooting goes very wrong for Alex, and he puts his backups to the ultimate test. Plus, monitoring your freezer in Home Assistant, building a self-hosted Notion alternative, and more.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshBackblaze Unlimited Backup: Get peace of mind knowing your files are backed up securely in the cloud with Backblaze.A Cloud Guru: This course covers the various software, tools, and utilities used to configure web services on a Linux host.Support Self-HostedLinks:SONOFF CC2531 USB...
56: Feeling Wyze
10/22/2021 • 39m
Local self-hosted video capture with AI object detection just got easy. Morgan joins us to detail his Frigate setup and its optional tight integration with Home Assistant. Plus, our new favorite up time monitoring tool and an easy way to add Tailscale and other apps to OPNsense with community plugins.Special Guest: Morgan Peterman.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: When you’ve finished this course, you’ll have a better understanding of the topics on the exam, including installing Ansible Tower, managing Ansible inventory, managing Tower templates, and additional functions.Linode: Receive a $1...
55: Home Assistant Turns Amber
10/8/2021 • 47m
A lot is changing in Home Assistant land, and it's almost all for the better; we break down the essential items. Chris gets wired about energy monitoring and shares his journey to get incorrectly formatted power stats working in Home Assistant's new Energy dashboard. Plus, off-line YouTube backup, backing up iCloud photos, Tailscale feedback, and more.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Learn the Linux kernel. This is a standalone course, but it's also part of a learning path to prepare you for the LPIC-2 201-450 exam. From build to boot.Linode: Receive a $100 60-day...
54: Ultimate Off-Site Setup
9/25/2021 • 47m
Alex is abroad and uses the opportunity to build out not one but two ultimate self-hosted off-site servers. We share the hardware, software, and networking details. Plus, how Chris built a Nest-type thermostat using parts he already had.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comLinode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshMyLocalBytes: Smart Home gear pre-flashed with Tasmota - For an exclusive discount, use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDCloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart...
53: Adventurous Build
9/10/2021 • 37m
We chat with Matt from Adventurous Way about the home automations that have improved his quality of life, the clever way he manages their off-grid rig, and the new smart home project he's just kicking off.Special Guest: Matt from Adventurous Way.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: Students will install and configure various use cases for Apache, Squid, and NGINX, including virtual hosts, proxy and reverse proxy servers, HTTPS/SSL, and load balancing. Support Self-HostedLinks:Adventurous...
52: Navigating DeGoogling
8/27/2021 • 41m
We report back on our DeGoogle challenge and read your top Google Alternative apps and services. Plus, a new way to locally capture network cameras, our reaction to Kobol pulling the plug, and more.Special Guest: Brent Gervais.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comLinode: 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: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLi...
51: Apple's Rotten Scanning
8/13/2021 • 53m
We discuss the ramifications of Apple's local photo scanning announcement on your privacy, why everything seems to be a subscription these days, and a new challenge for the show.Special Guest: Brent Gervais.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:...
50: Perfect Plex Setup
7/30/2021 • 47m
We discuss Chris's latest wall-mounted tablet solution for Home Assistant and several scripts to pimp your Plex setup. Join us for a very special birthday episode as we celebrate our 50th.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: This course is a deep-dive course on Linux File Sharing. CloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:Chris and The Badger T-Shirt — A limited edition "Chris and The...
49: Update Roulette
7/16/2021 • 51m
Updates gone wrong, surprise hardware failures, and flooding out all our electronics in a single go. We've got a lot to catch you up on.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: When you’ve finished this course, you’ll have a better understanding of the topics on the exam, including installing Ansible Tower, managing Ansible inventory, managing Tower templates, and additional functions.CloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLink...
48: A Solution Looking for a Problem
7/2/2021 • 36m
Tuya shocks us by announcing native Home Assistant support, we have an update on a smart doorbell Ring alternative, and we tell all about how PiKVM just leveled up in awesome.Special Guest: Morgan Peterman.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comLinode: 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: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:Wyze DoorbellHome Assistant on...
47: Whose License Is It Anyway?
6/18/2021 • 42m
We take a look at a self-hosted TeamViewer alternative, give you our take on some Home Assistant drama and discuss the effects of a new crypto coin on hard drive prices.Sponsored By:CloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDLinode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: You will learn what containers are and why use them; how to manage containers, pods, and images using Podman.Support Self-HostedLinks:RustDesk - Yet another re...
46: Pastebin Alternative
6/4/2021 • 42m
We'll share how we deployed a painless, Self-Hosted Pastebin replacement, and what we like the most about it. Plus Chris enters the "No Change Zone" with a Project Off-Grid Update.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshPrivadoVPN: PrivadoVPN is a ZERO-LOG VPN, with crazy fast speeds and P2P support. So visit privadovpn.com/ssh and try it out for free.A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comSupport Self-HostedLinks:...
45: The Future of Home Assistant
5/21/2021 • 38m
Join us for a chat with Paulus, the founder of Home Assistant, as we look to the project's future, hardware devices, new standards, and more.Special Guest: Paulus Schoutsen.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comLinode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshPrivadoVPN: PrivadoVPN is a ZERO-LOG VPN, with crazy fast speeds and P2P support. So visit privadovpn.com/ssh and try it out for free.Support Self-HostedLinks:No Privacy...
44: Plex Skeptics
5/7/2021 • 39m
Plex announces some big plans that make us a little nervous, Alex solves Chris's tablet performance woes, and we chat about Prometheus. Plus, our thoughts on Duplicati alternatives and more.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Looking to make a high-paying career move into the cloud? Get going: acloudguru.comLinode: 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: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:Plexamp Release — This probably deserves a bigger version bump...
43: A New Solution for Backups
4/23/2021 • 47m
Alex has a new trick for local and remote backups, and shares his thoughts on Synology's DS series NAS. Plus Chris' master plan to save everyone's batteries.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshSynology: DSM is like using a desktop session inside your browser. Visit selfhosted.show/synology for a live demo.A Cloud Guru: This intermediate-level course teaches the concepts of using PowerShell Core with Linux.Support Self-HostedLinks:Home Assistant Mac App — Home Assistant Companion is a new application fo...
42: Don't Panic
4/9/2021 • 38m
A record is broken, a life goal is achieved, and why we are going long on Linksys.Special Guest: Jake Howard 🍊.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: This intermediate-level course teaches the concepts of using PowerShell Core with Linux.Support Self-HostedLinks:Buffer overruns, license violations, and bad code: FreeBSD 13’s close call — 40,000 lines of flawed code almost made it into FreeBSD's kernel—we examine how.How to achieve smart home nirvana (or, home automation without subscription) — With some work a...
41: The One with Jeff Geerling
3/26/2021 • 33m
Special guest Jeff Geerling tells us how he got 16 drives connected to one Pi. Plus his thoughts on automation, self-hosting, and more.Special Guest: Jeff Geerling.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:Nabu Casa has acquired ESPHome — Today I’m ha...
40: Password Shaming
3/12/2021 • 40m
We react to Home Assistant password shaming us and then reflect on the OVH fire while attempting to solve a "growing" cloud problem.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:Millions of websites offline after fire at French cloud services firm — The fire, which br...
39: We run Arch BTW
2/26/2021 • 40m
Our favorite LastPass alternative, why more boxes might be better than one, and we confess to an undying love.Sponsored By:A Cloud Guru: Grow your skills — and your career. Get 20% off access to the most effective, hands-on cloud learning. Promo Code: springintocloud21Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshSupport Self-HostedLinks:Unofficial Bitwarden compatible server written in Rust — This is a Bitwarden server API implementation written in Rust compatible with upstream Bitwarden clients*, perfect for self-hosted deployment where running the official resource-heavy service migh...
38: Crouching Pi, Hidden Server
2/12/2021 • 41m
Alex shocks Chris with his latest project, then lays down some quick-fire picks. Plus what's wrong with OPNsense's Wireguard setup?Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: This course will provide you the fundamentals, tools, techniques, and use case examples to configure, manage and troubleshoot Linux networkingSupport Self-HostedLinks:VZW TTL Trick Alex Found on Reddit — By default, Android and iOS (probably) have IP TTL's of 64. The ISPs can use this knowledge to decide whether or not a pa...
37: Security Growing Pains
1/29/2021 • 46m
We discuss recent Home Assistant security news, and how we think the project could improve. Plus a bunch of follow up, emails, and more! Note: This episode was recorded before the recent second Home Assistant vulnerabilitySponsored 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:Se...
36: Google Docs Replacement
1/15/2021 • 34m
Our favorite Google Docs killer with markdown support has a big update. We explain how we host it and why we love it. Plus Chris reviews the Home Assistant Blue.Sponsored By:Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: Go through a series of hands-on labs picked to showcase Docker and gain experience with it.CloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDSupport Self-HostedLinks:HedgeDoc - The best platform to...
35: The Perfect Media Server
1/1/2021 • 44m
Alex reveals the culmination of five years of work into the Perfect Media Server. And we respond to a ton of feedback.Sponsored By:CloudFree.shop: CloudFree Smart Plug – Runs Tasmota for $9. Use code SELFHOSTED and support the show. Promo Code: SELFHOSTEDLinode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/sshA Cloud Guru: Develop the skills you need to write effective, powerful scripts and create command line tools using Python 3.Support Self-HostedLinks:Perfect Media Server — Alex's new site for the Perfect Media server.Serverbuilds.netMkDocs — MkDocs...
@marsxray
1,024 sats
27 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
Long-time self-hoster but still new-ish with this boosting. Loving the show! Keep up the great work!
@_dj_
69,420 sats
22 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
Hot boost from an OG SRE glad to hear JoeRess via JB! ZFS FTW! If you want more document management/info retrieval, how do you like Paperless* or Papermerge, maybe Mayan EDBS? Also, after much ado about home automation with lights and climate control, but what about door locks? Something like a self-hosted open-source Sesame w/no Internet connection needed, maybe with Bluetooth, NFC, ad-hoc WiFi? Many folks need non-invasive solutions that work w/existing locks, and manual override w/dumb keys.
@kaas_peeland
3,690 sats
21 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
put Joe in to the boost split's ;-) thanks
@stegosaur5250
100 sats
21 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
@cyprus
2,811 sats
20 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
@genebean
1,111 sats
20 Nov
read https://www.metageek.com/training/resources/zigbee-wifi-coexistence/ to fix most of your interference issues. Also, the Zigbee coordinators from http://tubeszb.com are amazing
@graff
200 sats
20 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
Try DokuWiki(no db notes with image support via imgpaste plugin) and sync notes to Nextcloud notes via sfilabs/dir_sync container. Have your notes accessible from three places DokuWiki webui+mobile app, nextcloud webui and on disk locally synced by NC client.
@marcel
1,100 sats
19 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
+1 for Wendell back on. I also found JB through him
@ahanniga
3,000 sats
19 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
Notes? Try TiddlyWiki ❤️
@rastacalavera
100 sats
18 Nov
84: Hidden NAS
trillium notes https://github.com/zadam/trilium maybe something to check but probably Joplin https://joplinapp.org I guess there is own cloud too. Like Joe asked, seems like a unicorn for a complete package. I see people ask about this topic in Reddit pretty regularly
@d4nesh
1,300 sats
17 Nov
@genebean
11,111 sats
12 Nov
Chris: If I understand correctly, Matter is all IP based… I seem to remember one of the things you like best about Zigbee and Z-wave was it being off your network and 100% internet free by its very design… how does your excitement for Matter square with its IP based nature that isn’t inherently isolated from the outside world?
@damianku
100 sats
11 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
@rapidmustang
22,222 sats
11 Nov
Learned about you guys from when you were on the Level1techs YouTube channel! Started listening and really enjoyed it, now I listen to all the JB shows. Glad to be able to give back now, keep up the good work guys!
@prozak
2,222 sats
9 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
hey guys! how do you work out the go about feeling of “why am i doing all this”? why do i make my life more complicated on running my things if i am the only one here? if it takes so much time? the hobby inevitably turns to a 2nd job, how do you keep yourself motivated? :) i think this conversation could insipire many of us whom may start feeling defeated
@optimusgray
22,222 sats
9 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
I need your help! I am an anti-googler, I just do not like being the product a company is selling. so when I hear this great tool is free to use and is makes everyone’s life better my radar goes up! tailscale, great tool, a company not looking to make any money? p2p connects are very cheap so they do not need much, but is my radar up for something I am not seeing? just do not like connects to everything on my network with my radar going off. I know they sponsor JB but wanted your input
@n3wbs
911 sats
8 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
First boost! Trying out Fountain to earn some sats to boost in but there do seem to be some rough edges that bug me (loosing playback progress, jumping things in the queue, etc). I'm a perennial lurker in the Discord - I check in every now and again in-between work, wife and life. Long time JB listener - thanks for the great shows - Self Hosted is a particular favourite.
@marcel
1,701 sats
6 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
I *finally* got around to wrapping my head around ZFS. I had 3 unused 4tb drives, but still had everything running on a 500gb at 99% capacity. Like Alex, I run nextcloud as a container, and I finally have a decent backup story wth ZFS send. I was amazed at how much snappier nextcloud was with the database on its own volume tuned for DBs (16k block size, etc). Thanks for all the guidance over the years!
@ahanniga
3,000 sats
5 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
Great show guys 👍
@takov751
1,337 sats
5 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
i tried mozilla deepspeech locally and it does need a beefy system to work with descent speed, if you can get a nvidia T400/T600 which tdp is ~30W. voice recognition was fine and there is Kaldi which suppose to be an offline solution as well . i havent tried that
@ready1take4
1,000 sats
5 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
I’ve been using Jellyfin and Infuse for a while now and it’s been great. My family still wants to watch Live TV and Jellyfins Live TV isn’t great. I’ve started using Channels DVR you host it your self. But it’s not Open Source and it does need a subscription. But the family acceptance factor has been amazing, it works like a tradition DVR like an old Tivo. You can even create Virtual Channels that play your local media, which has been huge for the older members of my family. Def worth a look.
@ready1take4
10,000 sats
5 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
@rastacalavera
2,222 sats
4 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
🦆🦆🦆🦆
@thoughtcriminal
1,999 sats
4 Nov
83: Unintended Upgrades
when the tech in your life gets jealous and makes a scene on date night you have to wonder if you didn’t accidently make an AI.
@satsgogo
100 sats
4 Nov
Self-Hosted Coming Soon
@wm
10,000 sats
3 Nov
Dollar dollar boosts yo!
@wm
10,000 sats
3 Nov
Yo
@wm
99,999 sats
3 Nov
Satsplosion!
@enyutech
50,000 sats
3 Nov
Just throwing some love and appreciation your way! I’ve been self hosting for over 14 years and I truly appreciate the fact that JB has this show.
@schmidsfeld
222 sats
2 Nov
82: Roon Ready Ruh-Roh
Again a boost just to keep the momentum going. On a side note i think i saw your headquarters near Stuttgart in Germany. Since boosts cant transport images ...
@thumbs
10,000 sats
29 Oct
Do you ever have memories of what you were listening to at a specific place? I just pulled into a parking lot I haven’t been to in a couple years and recalled listening to Ep2 with Wendell. Thanks for years of memories and great content. I am a network member but thought you deserved some extra value for that memory.
@ehcorn
500 sats
27 Oct
82: Roon Ready Ruh-Roh
what are your favourite terminal apps? like the lazydocker project, HTOP, etc.
@jcube
750 sats
27 Oct
First boost! New listener as of about episode 73, but I went back and listened to them ALL. Love the show, lots of inspiration. Keep it up!
@tepulous
100 sats
26 Oct
82: Roon Ready Ruh-Roh
@dexsword
901 sats
23 Oct
82: Roon Ready Ruh-Roh
Have you guys looked into the Zimaboard? I am tempted to get in one instead of a raspi
@user6092900723833870
1,500 sats
23 Oct
82: Roon Ready Ruh-Roh
just to say that roon lifetime used to be $499. and the ceo has threatened to pull it at some point as it’s not sustainable. so, I buckled and bought lifetime. a one off purchase is way better than $10 a month for me!
@ahanniga
3,000 sats
22 Oct
82: Roon Ready Ruh-Roh
@nevoyu
2,004 sats
21 Oct
2004 is the YEAR nginx was created, Ubuntu made its first release, Gentoo was not for weirdos, my car was built, and the first time I ever saw a terminal emulator. Just thouht I'd share.
@genebean
20,480 sats
19 Oct
Question: how do you all backup Nextcloud? I’m running the snap on Debian now for simplicity but am totally game to change as I have to migrate servers anyway.
@genebean
2,048 sats
19 Oct
just a boost to say I’m enjoying the random live feed and am looking forward to checking out that odroid
@timwhite101
1,999 sats
14 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
Hey guys just listening in on the IPMI conversation & wanted to share-- a lot of branded mini PCs (HP elite mini, Lenovo ThinkCentre Tiny, Dell OptiPlex Micro) already have a simple Intel Active Management IPMI feature built in. AMD chips may have an option too. I'm working on a bigger $99 used unit - HP EliteDesk 800 G3 for a home NAS and the built in AMT (IPMI) is pretty awesome. I can boot from local or remote ISO config BIOS etc. from anywhere that I can hit my Tailscale subnet router.
@damianku
100 sats
12 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
@woden501
5,010 sats
12 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
For my last road trip I built a portable Jellyfin server out of an Asus PN41 with a Celeron N5100 in it, 8GB of RAM, an NVME drive for OS, 1TB SSD for storage, and a 26Ah battery pack. I didn't have to transcode at all though since tablets/phones have the capability to transcode client side if you set the Jellyfin client to use an external player like VLC. All this to say that yes a Celeron based mini-PC is a great option for a tiny media server with plenty of extra headroom for things like HA.
@fundeckhermit
2,346 sats
11 Oct
72: First Account is Free
hi guys, I wanted to about an amazing new-ish feature of Rclone. You can now use a Docker plugin to mount local or cloud storage directly as a Docker volume. Great for host isolation/seperation.
@erao
135,000 sats
9 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
It's not a million dollars, but these are all the Sats I have. I'm currently thinking automating the lighting around my flat, and I'm unable to pick between smart lights or smart switches, what are pros and cons of each one? Thanks Alex, Chris, and Brent for the show!
@schmidsfeld
222 sats
9 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
Running the stack "bare metal" on proxmox is weird. I use a dedicated Ubuntu LXC for my docker containers. Getting the QuickSync in there is a breeze. Either use a priviliged container or siply edit the conig in /etc/pve/lxc/VMID.conf The best part of seperating it like this s, that you can snapshot backup and migrate your configuration easyly. Using ansible to setup / update the containers I can recovver from a crash in less than 1hr... (tried once while migrating to the new lenovo tiny).
@schmidsfeld
222 sats
9 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
I can highly recommend a tiny PC as a RaspberryPi alternative. I am rocking a Lenovo Tiny with a Intel i5 6500 CPU 1TB SSD / 2TBHDD in the case + external Mybook. The whole setup (without mybook) cost on ebay less than 300€. It runns Proxmox and replaced 4 Pis so far. The best part is the PC uses only 8 Watt idle and rarely jupes above 15W eaven while transcoding (QuickSynk on Jellyfin rocks). The maximum I ever have seen is 60W but only for a couple seconds while photoprism scans new images...
@rastacalavera
9 Oct
I am using a similar set up! Refurbished: Lenovo ThinkCentre M93p Tiny Desktop, i5 4570T 2.9Ghz, 16GB DDR3 RAM, 2TB Hard Drive. The unit was like $140 on new egg. How do you accurately measure power usage?
@prozak
1,200 sats
8 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
thanks Alex for sharing your secret sauce :). be safe guys!
@landrash
100 sats
8 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
Comment on the ZigBee USB stick. I've had the opposite experience with the conbee being really bad and the Sonoff being great. the firmware used makes s huge difference and the current ones are rock Solid. 🪨 Thanks for the show!
@soltros
9,000 sats
8 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
I've recently gotten into Docker, after refusing to let go of my VM obsession. Any tips on best use case scenarios, or cool projects I can run at my house on my home Ubuntu server? Right now I just have Next cloud, Plex, and a few other odds and ends.
@bronzewing
9,001 sats
7 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
There’s another option called moode that runs on a pi and says it can do multiroom audio. It’s free and you can get hifi berry amp and put speakers in each room and it’s all controlled by a web interface that’s mobile friendly. I hear it’s better than Volumio. could be the complete solution and worth checking out. https://moodeaudio.org
@rastacalavera
100 sats
7 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
I’ve know about eternity by jc9108 for awhile for archiving Reddit and it seems like expanse is a more refined thing by the same author? GitHub.com/jc109/eternity I think I’ll play with this too, wonder what a decade of history will do in terms of storage
@rastacalavera
1,000 sats
7 Oct
81: The Badger Stack
the home assistant yellow is the second crowd funded thing? the Atari and this? didn’t you get some fancy arduino keyboard?
@schmidsfeld
222 sats
5 Oct
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
Btw: the (first) reason I keek on boosting 222 sats is: three ducks are Huey, Dewey, and Louie from Ducktails. the second reason being that I did not msnage yet to get sats added into fountain besides the ones earned. If i figure it out you will definitely know...
@schmidsfeld
222 sats
5 Oct
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
Another boost to mention, that the 2 sats were my first boost ever. They were done while trying out fountain with the first sats earned. (Thank you gor adtvertising it on your show)
@schmidsfeld
222 sats
5 Oct
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
Thank you Brent for getting my name right, although it was fun hearing Alex and Chris struggle...
@megastrik3
3,000 sats
1 Oct
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
Hey Chris and Alex! Love the show! Just picked up an IKEA ZigBee light bulb as I begin to build out my smart home. Any recommendations for a home assistant ZigBee router? Currently, I'm looking at the conbee 2. Thanks as always!
@antwan1109
8,192 sats
28 Sep
hey guys, you still haven’t “claimed” the Self Hosted SRE feed in Fountain…I have to come over to the regular feed to boost you…so here you go. I would love to know how Alex is running proxmox/docker on his system…are you running a Ubuntu VM on top of ProxMox for containers or did you do a bare metal Linux and hack the packages to install ProxMox on it?
@drooff
5,678 sats
27 Sep
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
🦆🦆🦆🦆 +1 for Zooz Zwave switches (700 series). I’ve been through a few brands of smart switches over the years and Zooz has been the most reliable, affordable, & configurable to date. I’m a network security engineer by trade & have enterprise-grade wifi throughout my house & property (4 APs!) & even that can’t keep up with having wifi smart switches in addition to everything else. My house is a long & narrow shape so a 900 MHz mesh network works far better than wifi. Thx for a great podcast!
@defectivephoenix
510 sats
26 Sep
@belfinwe
50 sats
25 Sep
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
gr8 show 😀
@ammar
1,024 sats
24 Sep
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
Hello guys 👋 I have tried the „rpi-audio-receiver“ Alex mentioned, but with no luck to get it working on my solo raspberry pi-3 I heard about Volumio before from a friend who uses it actively, so I tried to set it up. I cannot even call that one „it just worked“ for I had to manually (in alsa.conf) change the default output from HDMI to the 3.5 headphone jack 😅 Thanks for the show, motivating as always!
@rastacalavera
28 Sep
General Playback Options in the web UI let’s you chose the output. headphone/hdmi
@user512317151818290
500 sats
24 Sep
@soltros
5,555 sats
23 Sep
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
Hey guys, love the show. Hope all is well.
@nevoyu
9,001 sats
23 Sep
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
Whole home audio as a concept has ecisted as long as human history. So thete are plenty of solutions for moving sound. Rather than getting fancy with software might I present an alternative.... Pulseaudio network streaming and kodi. Why kodi? Becausr kodi has a rich app evosystem for remote controls and a webgui. Plus it supports plex, jellyfin, emby, and even aircast. This is a solution Ive been using for years now.
@rastacalavera
2,000 sats
23 Sep
80: Solving Whole Home Audio
What about Volumio as an airplay/chromecast endpoint? I think if you want lots of them all synced, you’d have to pay but it’s a good project!
@quickcode
100 sats
22 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
Great show! i have been running a small raspberry pi cluster from home to run my website and a few servics like pihole (yes it is recursive), openvpn, Nextcloud and jellyfin. Do you have any tips on a content requests system specifically music? would be great to hear next show.
@user7202964791285270
100 sats
20 Sep
@ayoungdukie
100 sats
18 Sep
76: Solid as a Rock
@ayoungdukie
100 sats
15 Sep
@ahanniga
5,000 sats
14 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
So agree on the self hosted email, which I did since 2003 but found it increasingly harder to get mail delivered, esp to Gmail. Switched to Fast mail last year :-/
@user512317151818290
100 sats
13 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
@acerbic
222 sats
12 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
yes to some way of organising an Australian meet up.
@prozak
2,222 sats
12 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
just boosting in! thank you for a great reflection about pragmatic cloud good/bad in 79.
@mainehippo
10 sats
11 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
first time test
@officialsharp
50 sats
11 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
@ayoungdukie
50 sats
11 Sep
@pittfan
20 sats
10 Sep
great show. wish it was weekly.
@ayoungdukie
100 sats
10 Sep
Just wanting to spread the love some; finally in a house of our own, and am really looking at HA, lan-only connected devices, etc. Looking forward to digging in more!
@cybet
500 sats
10 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
thanks for the great podcast
@acerbic
2,222 sats
10 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
Thank you boost.
@schmidsfeld
2 sats
9 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
test boost to see if 2 sats go trugh. one did not work. do you know what the limits are? well in theory i could send 250chars per sat using this mehtod, I just dont know what to say....
@ammar
50 sats
9 Sep
79: Google is a Hostile Actor
@jueffofthejungle
500 sats
9 Sep
79: Self-Hosted 79
@rastacalavera
200 sats
9 Sep
79: Self-Hosted 79
i think it was this episode talking about owning your domain for email and keeping offline copies so that you can move around providers if needed. https://fountain.fm/episode/9762006155
@leeyoda
200 sats
9 Sep
79: Self-Hosted 79
@rastacalavera
200 sats
9 Sep
79: Self-Hosted 79
check out the podcast Seth for privacy. what Chris said about last week and inadvertently wrecking privacy for someone else cause he has a picture of them, as you move away, you’ll need to think about how those near you aren’t and what they do may still expose you. you won’t get everyone to join element/matrix for example to protect your texts.
@tepulous
25 sats
9 Sep
79: Self-Hosted 79
@rima
50 sats
8 Sep
78: We Should Know Better
@ammar
50 sats
8 Sep
78: We Should Know Better
@user6594998652445530
100 sats
7 Sep
@shawnofthedev
512 sats
31 Aug
@412linux
2,048 sats
31 Aug
hi gents. I wanted to get your thoughts on a tricky subject. I know tail scale is an integral part of your self hosting solutions. I believe it is a great solution, however I was put off initially when presented with auth options for only google or msft. I read their documentation for supported SSO identity providers and it makes sense. just curious if anyone else was initially put off by this. great work, thanks.
@leeyoda
50 sats
31 Aug
78: We Should Know Better
@shawnofthedev
256 sats
30 Aug
@user8120211442021438
5 sats
29 Aug
78: We Should Know Better
Just giving some boost earned by listening to you guys.
@thecomputerguy
35 sats
28 Aug
saaaaaaaats
@wisepapajohn
10,000 sats
27 Aug
78: We Should Know Better
Hello Chris and the Badger! I know this has been spoken about on the show, but it's been a while and I'm wondering if opinions have changed: iPhone vs Android(in general and for homelab management/home automation). I have a pixel phone though work currently and I'd like to get a 2nd phone for personal applications soon, but I'm having a hard time choosing between Android and iOS. I've been in the android "ecosystem" for years, but I'm not opposed to trying some fruit. Thanks! wisepapajohn