A short explanation about what drives me to experiment with new hardware setups in my self-hosting hobby.
I gave in to my impulses and bought myself a small single board computer to be my power-efficient home server, here’s how it went.
This pegboard can fit so much compute power on it!
All of this could have been avoided if I didn’t insist on making backups of my Steam Deck.
I had the opportunity to talk about my self-hosting adventure and share some tech tips at k-space, the hackerspace in Tallinn, Estonia.
A short ramble about something I realized over the years with my self-hosting setup.
I got a LattePanda V1 and gave it a go as a Raspberry Pi replacement for my self-hosting setup. Here’s how it went.
The ThinkPad as a server is back, this time with a couple of adjustments.
I took a spare ThinkPad T430 and put all my home server workloads on it. Here’s how it went.
Comparing the experience that AMD and NVIDIA can provide in a DIY cloud gaming setup.
A build log of how I set up my own ‘cloud gaming’ setup, including all the issues I faced and attempts to fix those.
If all you have is a powerful workstation…
Getting started is probably the hardest step.
From repurposed old PC-s to the elusive minimum viable server.
It’s all good, man.