hperrin

joined 1 year ago
[–] hperrin 17 points 5 hours ago (2 children)

What he could’ve made if there were no taxes? I doubt he’d be making as much if there were no government.

[–] hperrin 2 points 17 hours ago

I like how the code has ASS in it.

[–] hperrin 2 points 17 hours ago (1 children)

He’s addicted to the Microsoft flavored kool-aid.

[–] hperrin 3 points 1 day ago (3 children)

My setup is pretty safe. Every day it copies the root file system to its RAID. It copies them into folders named after the day of the week, so I always have 7 days of root fs backups. From there, I manually backup the RAID to a PC at my parents’ house every few days. This is started from the remote PC so that if any sort of malware infects my server, it can’t infect the backups.

[–] hperrin 7 points 1 day ago (1 children)

Half the population would believe the asteroid is a hoax spread by the [insert ethnic or religious group here].

[–] hperrin 5 points 2 days ago

The home release.

[–] hperrin 17 points 3 days ago (1 children)

Big dog or small house?

[–] hperrin 8 points 3 days ago

That’s your daily 2,000 calories right there.

[–] hperrin 6 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

Yeah. I see a bunch of the same accounts, but that’s probably because they’re active in the same communities I am. I see a lot more accounts I don’t recognize though.

[–] hperrin 5 points 3 days ago (1 children)
[–] hperrin 10 points 3 days ago

I hug my friends. I don’t want to snuggle with them.

[–] hperrin 5 points 3 days ago (2 children)

Is Nostr still just full of crypto bros and Nazis?

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submitted 6 days ago* (last edited 6 days ago) by hperrin to c/selfhosted
 

https://hub.docker.com/r/sciactive/nephele

In the latest version of Nephele, you can now create a WebDAV server that deduplicates files that you add to it.

I created this feature because every night at midnight, my Minecraft world that my friends and I play on gets backed up. Our world has grown to about 5 GB, but every night, the same files get backed up over and over. It's a waste of space to store the same files again and again, but I want the ability to roll back our world to any day in the past.

So with this new feature of Nephele, I can upload the Minecraft backup and only the files that have changed will take up additional space. It's like having infinite incremental backups that never need a full backup after the first time, and can be accessed instantly.

Nephele will only delete a file from the file storage once all copies that share the same file contents have been deleted, so unlike with most incremental backup solutions, you can delete previous backups easily and regain space.

Edit: So, I think my post is causing some confusion. I should make it clear that my use case is specific for me. This is a general purpose deduplicating file server. It will take any files you give it and deduplicate them in its storage. It's not a backup system, and it's not a versioning system. My use case is only one of many you can use a deduplicating file server for.

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submitted 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago) by hperrin to c/atheism
 

I talk about my beliefs about what happens during the process of death, and how that can provide comfort as an atheist.

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Steam appears to be down. (downdetector.com)
submitted 2 months ago by hperrin to c/[email protected]
 

Does anyone have any recommendations for bug trackers with a forum feature? Basically something where users can report issues, request features, and ask questions, all about a specific service. Preferably, I’d like something that integrates with GitHub issues, but that’s not a requirement. Also I’d like something like a public roadmap or project tracker.

 

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/12284817

There's a new version of Nephele WebDAV server (also on Docker Hub) that supports using an S3 compatible server as storage and encrypting filenames and file contents.

This essentially means you can build your own cloud storage server leveraging something like Backblaze B2 for $6/TB/month, and that data is kept private through encryption. That's cheaper than Google Drive, and no one can snoop on your files.

 

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/12284817

There's a new version of Nephele WebDAV server (also on Docker Hub) that supports using an S3 compatible server as storage and encrypting filenames and file contents.

This essentially means you can build your own cloud storage server leveraging something like Backblaze B2 for $6/TB/month, and that data is kept private through encryption. That's cheaper than Google Drive, and no one can snoop on your files.

 

There's a new version of Nephele WebDAV server (also on Docker Hub) that supports using an S3 compatible server as storage and encrypting filenames and file contents.

This essentially means you can build your own cloud storage server leveraging something like Backblaze B2 for $6/TB/month, and that data is kept private through encryption. That's cheaper than Google Drive, and no one can snoop on your files.

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Oni ons (lemmy.world)
submitted 4 months ago by hperrin to c/lemmyshitpost
 
 

At this point, I’ve got a lot of containers already running on my system, all in separate directories in my home directory. They’re each set up with a docker-compose file, and all of the volumes are just directories within those directories.

I don’t really want to change this setup, because it allows me to easily rip it all out and transplant it to a new system.

What I’d like is a web UI to see all of these containers, view their status, and potentially reboot them. It would also be great to be able to spin up VMs (not containers, but actual VMs) with it.

I’ve heard of Portainer, but haven’t had any experience with it.

What are your suggestions, and why do you recommend them?

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submitted 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago) by hperrin to c/[email protected]
 

After a lot of work (cause I’m new to it), I published my first Docker image!

Nephele is an open source WebDAV server written by yours truly. I’ve been using it for about a year now on my own home server. It basically acts as my self hosted cloud storage and all of my PCs and my family’s PCs back up to it. It’s FOSS, so use it for your own project. :)

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submitted 5 months ago by hperrin to c/selfhosted
 

After a lot of work (cause I'm new to it), I published my first Docker image!

Nephele is an open source WebDAV server written by yours truly. I've been using it for about a year now on my own home server. It basically acts as my self hosted cloud storage and all of my PCs and my family's PCs back up to it. It's FOSS, so use it for your own project. :)

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