Enjoyer of lain and watching AOT. Also, dabble in selfhosting and linuxery.

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Cake day: urt. 13, 2022


For me it’s the fact that it has no karma, so karma farmers or people who get big ego trips over having fake internet points have no home here. With that comes the fact that there is no karma limit stopping someone from posting in a community.

What's the best thing about Lemmy?
It can literally be anything, as long it relates to Lemmy.

Do you read books?
This includes articles, ebooks, audiobooks, etc. If you do, what genres and which books?

Never said I used it before, but all I heard was that the malware came from the INSTALLER not the program itself. I’d like to confirm if this is the same with the docker image

Does Filebrowser’s docker image have malware?
I am aware that if you download it from their installer, it comes with some malware. But, I’m not sure if it’s also in the docker image. Also, I’d like to hear how the software and how you liked it.

I remember setting up borg with snapper 2 years ago but, I totally forgot about it when I switched distros a couple weeks ago. Worked so good, I forgot it’s existence.

I’ve already waited for someone to make these communities but, I just gave up and decided I’ll do it, but I’m done making them as these are the only communities I actually care about.

the selfhosted subs are specifically for selfhosting applications and the services that run with them like nginx, while this sub is geared more towards running a server at home (hardware, software, networking, builds). For having two selfhosted sub, i don’t know why they did that but, I’m not a mod so I can’t do anything.

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