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!
Does not apply if you like spam. No, not that one.
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.
Hosting your own Wikipedia instance has never been this easy!
If all you have is a powerful workstation…
Silence your hard drives with this one weird trick! System administrators hate him!
This is what happens when someone takes the meaning of ‘brute force’ too literally.
Getting started is probably the hardest step.
From repurposed old PC-s to the elusive minimum viable server.
$HOME wasn’t built in a day.
It’s all good, man.