From the comments and article:
- Home Assistant
- OPNSense on a protectli box
- Pintry https://github.com/pinry/pinry
- cadvisor - simple graphs of resource consumption, insights per docker stack
- cyberchef - a LOT of handy operations packed into one small app. Encode/decode any secrets you need and don’t bother about privacy
- heimdall - all apps main panel
- docker registry (with UI)
- portainer - easily manage all of the above.
- InfluxDB for recording a heap of metrics
- Minecraft Server - AMP - https://cubecoders.com/AMPInstall
- Unifi Controller
- charlocharlie/epicgames-freegames - Bot that will automatically “purchase” free games from the epic game store. I have it setup to telegram me a link to enter the captcha.
- fusengine/apaxy - Decent web file browser
- jlesage/nginx-proxy-manager - I’m lazy and hate setting up reverse proxies
- jlesage/qdirstat - Pretty useful when dealing with a server that has as much data as mine does
- adolfintel/speedtest - Good for troubleshooting networks that might preferentially give speedtest.net better speeds, also good for internal network testing
Most used Docker, which I think is a good idea. Running these things at Home and using Tailscale is a good idea.
Key services I think to run are: Portainer, NextCloud, Smokeping, Home Assistant, and Minio.
Things I would run also are “adolfintel/speedtest”, Plex, PhotoPrism, and CyberChef.
Ask HN: Why can’t I run my own email server
- tldr; Spam was horrible so it’s very hard not to get blocked. It’s start to get your mail accepted today.
- Don’t send email from your own server (attejuvonen.fi)
- Requires Dedicated IP which reputation is built up on. An IP requires a “predictable volume of email” sent and needs to be “warmed up” before the reputation begins tracking.
- email Authenticity authority dkim dmarc spf