cross-posted from: https://feddit.de/post/134214
> They seem redundant, selfhost seems to have a couple of rules, but they pretty much do the same thing, right?
> I would prefer if they would be merged, it's confusing and annoying to figure out which of both is bigger, since that's all that matters. Also naming is nearly the same.
> I just can't see a difference.
Is Seafile any good? It's similar to nextcloud, but apparently faster etc.
Mobile apps both have pretty bad ratings on the app stores.
What would you host for yourself, friends and family, basic dropbox functionality is all I need.
I have hosted Nextcloud in the past but it's a huge program with way too many tools, apps and a complicated way to update, the end result is often a slow and not very comfortable way to use the aforementioned basic dropbox functionality.
Would self-hosting a Nextcloud instance locally without an internet connection be viable?
Use case: Around 5 people need to share files over the network, collaborate on Office documents in real-time, use GitLab, and a To-do/Task management tool.
Beyond the initial setup, does any of these requirements need an active Internet connection, or can we all connect to the Raspberry Pi server via Ethernet?
if I have communications with someone through the internet with a homeserver. I would inevitably give out my IP address. Is that a bad thing? In my country they don't have services like that, RTCing would be a bit sluggish using available euro servers.
Previously I used Dehydrated to request certs, but I had to change the setup and found it surprisingly hard to use certbot without it messing up my lovingly handcrafted Nginx configs.
This seems to be a sane setup :)
I have been learning a lot thanks to Lemmy and the people behind it, so I wanted to contribute a bit back by making some easy-to-follow video tutorials.
I have also made the same video in Spanish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h50M6jYZ8YU
As a beginner myself, I do have a level of concern that I might teach something incorrectly, or that I might expose others to security risks and liabilities. I hope that these concerns are not well-founded, but I am open to criticism!
Crossgeposted von: https://lemmy.ml/post/87326
> "It is our mission to put you back in control over your data. While not everybody can run their own Nextcloud server, hundreds of thousands of people do. Making it easier for them to keep their data safe is important. If you are one of them, Nextcloud Backup is for you!
> With Nextcloud Backup, you can find a friend or family member who has their own Nextcloud server and ask them to create a user account for you. Then, you can setup Backup to regularly store compressed, encrypted backups of your data on their Nextcloud server! If something goes wrong, you can restore your Nextcloud, or even bring back individual files and folders. Of course, it might make sense to, in exchange, create an account for them on your server to store their backups!
> What makes Nextcloud Backup different from other backup solutions? Its ease of use! If you are using a backup technology that you are comfortable with, keep using it. Nextcloud Backup is for those users who have found it difficult and time consuming to setup another backup solution."
Crossgeposted von: https://lemmy.ml/post/86304
> Most translation systems are geared towards translation of individual strings in a software, but this can actually do translations in the context of a document.
I thought about using my Raspberry Pi 3 B+ as a NextCloud server, but research told me it would be too slow to be useful. Any cool useful projects I can do, without any extra purchases? I'm extremely low on money currently.