Tag: linux

  • Bird Nest Webcam (cont.)

    Version 1 The setup described in the original post. Webcam connected to Proxmox host Webcam attached to VM running kubernetes Pod mounting that /dev/video0 running ffmpeg It worked but there were some stability issues. Still not sure why, but sometimes, things would crash horribly. The stream would be fine for a while, then I would […]

  • Bird Nest Webcam

    A spotted dove family decide to move into the windowsill area attached to my room, so I decided to put them on the internet. I’d always wanted to make a webcam livestream, but never got around to it. In the span of a few days, I went from zero, to: Self-hosted livestream with motion Python […]

  • Proxmox + TrueNAS

    New year, new homelab configuration!

  • Deployments, Local PVs

    Deployments Where possible, I converted my Kubernetes StatefulSets to Deployments. Because that’s what you do. Local Persistent Volumes The evolution of my cluster has been something like this:

  • On Debian

    Debian stable i3 git clone dotfiles wicd-curses (python3 please) blueman alsa-utils vlc google chrome / firefox element-desktop / slack / discord tmux arandr

  • Migration, Back to Ubuntu/Docker/RKE

    k3os is out, Ubuntu is in

  • Grafana, Promtheus, Node-exporter, and cAdvisor

    https://github.com/stefanprodan/dockprom/tree/master/grafana/provisioning/dashboards has some nice dashboards https://prometheus.io/docs/guides/cadvisor/ tells how to get cadvisor (docker container metrics) stuff into prometheus https://prometheus.io/docs/guides/node-exporter/ has instructions on how to get host metrics via node-exporter

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  • Passbolt

    Passbolt installed via Docker. Need to get my passwords in order. passbolt.travnewmatic.com nvm, no mobile client 🙁 but its on their to-do.

  • How-to: Host web services out of your residence

    Why? Because its super fun and super educational! It teaches you a little bit about a lot of different things. It also paves the way for taking back control of your own data, by hosting the services you use on your own equipment. Lets get started! You will need Access to network equipment provided by […]