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Find out how to install Jellyfin on the Raspberry Pi for a great Plex alternative that's open-source. Build a powerful media server using Jellyfin on the Raspberry PI!
Includes information on some RPi4 and RPi3 specifics. Does not recommend installing on lower than 3 (no hardware acceleration).
A fork of overseerr, which is a more stable/modern re-do of ombi which is a way to request movies, series, etc from your htpc mediabox setup.
A nice piece of software and easy to understand.
A very nice HDD system build/test/burn-in guide, showing how to S.M.A.R.T. test and bad sector test your hard drives before first use.
Vital if you want long-living NAS drives etc.
[Guide] NAS Killer 4.0 - fast, quiet, power efficient, and flexible - starting at $125 - [LGA1155] NAS Killer 4.0 - serverbuilds.net Forums
Built on intel socket 1155 (a mainboard staple for a long time) this details all the components necessary for a stable and durable DIY NAS in a normal tower enclosure (or a rack or a small form factor or a...).
Super in-depth, lots of alternatives and even contains well thought out searches for ebay already as well. Amazing!
An in-depth explanation of what to expect and do when you buy into Western Digital Easystores (and presumably similar WD Elements etc hard drives).
Contains shucking advice contains 3.3V fix advice for internal SATA connections.
If you want to have a home server with the possibility to run virtual machines but you also need simple local file sharing then the combination of Proxmox and openmediavault could be right for you. In this post (and the accompanying video) we’ll go through the installation of openmediavault on top of Proxmox. I will also show you how to configure a Samba share.
Music streaming self-hosting discussion. In-depth and comparing a lot of different options like icecast, navidrome, funkwhale, snapcast, subsonic, airsonic, mpd, mopidy etc.
Extended media server / home server setup for ARM devices, but the setup configuration can presumably also be mostly applied to X86 devices.
Fixing kodi controller (xbox360 etc) input issues on mint and ubuntu and other debian derivatives - follow these steps (with an additional apt update in between) and you will have the necessary packages to actually use your controller for input.
Wanted to run a media server on a server but don't have the storage? This is a (very rough) guide for accomplishing it with an s3 backend - AWS, wasabi, minio, whatever.
Makes use of rclone to let you access a bucket locally and then point jellyfin to said bucket.
Setting up a simple NAS without using TrueNAS / FreeNAS / Openmediavault, but containing ZFS, Samba sharing and ssh access.
An in-depth audio ripping guide for EAC
Using an s3 backend (like wasabi, spaces, minio or others) as the block storage for a jellyfin (vps or homelab) installation with rclone. A bit fiddly, but can probably be adapted to iac -style docker stacks and so on.
"Sia is the leading decentralized cloud storage platform. No signups, no servers, no trusted third parties. Sia leverages blockchain technology to create a data storage marketplace that is more robust and more affordable than traditional cloud storage providers."
You 'rent' space on users' unused storage and it gets saved with 3x redundancy in decentralized, encrypted blocks. Sounds interesting and is pretty cheap (~$4 per TB) so could be something to look into more
GitHub - mickael-kerjean/filestash: 🦄 A modern web client for SFTP, S3, FTP, WebDAV, Git, Minio, LDAP, CalDAV, CardDAV, Mysql, Backblaze, ...
🦄 A modern web client for SFTP, S3, FTP, WebDAV, Git, Minio, LDAP, CalDAV, CardDAV, Mysql, Backblaze, ... - mickael-kerjean/filestash
Another web application bookmark dashboard, with fun features. - rmountjoy92
Landing-page for your homeserver.
An Application dashboard and launcher. Contribute to linuxserver
Can be used as a landing page for (home) servers.
Dashboard / Landing-page for homeservers, servers in general
Documentation in this section includes basic guides to configuring your Raspberry Pi.
Raspbian headless wifi setup