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[-] 5 points 1 month ago

Fair point. I rolled the dice and have been happy with this one, but you're right on both accounts. StarTech is a trusted brand and $20 is pretty affordable.

[-] 5 points 1 month ago

Don't pay almost $20 for just a cable, pay $3 for this. it's an enclosure you can put your 2.5in sata drive in to connect it with usb3. I have several, work like a charm

[-] 10 points 1 month ago

If you deployed with docker composr you just change the image and hit redeploy. Super simple.

[-] 4 points 3 months ago

Why not switch your registration to cloudflare. They are awesome as long as you want to use their DNS.

[-] 2 points 4 months ago
[-] 5 points 5 months ago

I too would like to know the difference between the two.

[-] 4 points 6 months ago

Sure wish there was an easy way to do this with Lemmy.

[-] 8 points 7 months ago

Just configure your outbound SMTP to use sendgrid or some other. SMTP provider. I realized this isn't 100% self housing then, but you could still self host the inbound mail. Self housing outbound SMTP just isn't worth it for most people IMHO due to spam lists.

[-] 1 points 7 months ago

Does lol like the prices have gone up a tad, but I just looked and could still pick up a Wyse 5060 with 8gb memory for about 33 USD shipped. Doesn't seem to include power supply or ssd so add about $10usd each for those maybe $55 or so.

Can't say what prices are like in Europe tho.

[-] 21 points 7 months ago* (last edited 7 months ago)

Thin clients off eBay. I picked up a Dell Wyse with 8gb memory, 4 cores, 16g emmc, and a 256G M.2 SSD for about $40. Includes the case, power supply, power button, etc. Still uses very little power. Install the x86_64 version of dietPi on that and it's been Rock solid running my docker projects.

Also picked up and HP T620 with similar specs. Haven't started using it yet but I expect similar results.

Much better deal than RPi and for most use cases equal or better able to do the job.

[-] 28 points 7 months ago

Leprechaun in the hood

[-] 13 points 8 months ago

Great for daily mindless scrolling.
Still has a ways to go before it's as useful as reddit was for searching for specific information tho.

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