nutbutter

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nutbutter ,

My optiplex with i5-6500TE can transcode 4K videos easily if the codec is AVC. HEVC is different story though. Any CPU newer than 10th generation would be more than enough for your needs, I'd say.

nutbutter ,

6th gen's integrated GPU cannot decode HEVC.

nutbutter OP ,

Again, no shipping options to my country.

nutbutter OP ,

I am not really into development. I just really like the idea of having a smart watch.

nutbutter ,

I was using Protonmail, and their other services, and was a paying customer for over a year. But I stopped because of their poor Linux support, and not being able to receive email notifications on my de-googled phone. I made a shift to mailbox.org and am liking it. Yes, I have to manage my own PGP keys, but the experience is much better, in my opinion. Their storage even supports WebDAV. I can encrypt the whole inbox and the files stored in their drive with my own key.

But I miss their VPN service, which was good, but still, poor Linux support is what I hated the most.

nutbutter ,

I pirate digital books, because I don't want to spend the money. I buy physical books so that I can resell them.

nutbutter ,

I wrote a small blog about bypassing CGNAT using TLS-passthrough. Cloudflare uses TLS-termination, which means they can see all the data being passed through, which defeats the purpose of privacy.

https://blog.aiquiral.me/bypass-cgnat

nutbutter ,

I am not sure, actually. Look at the sources, and you'll find the original GitHub link from where I took it. I am not very well versed with iptables.

nutbutter ,

Yes, it is fairly easy. You just have to forward the http headers. I am using HAProxy, and you can look at my configuration file in the blog. If you're using something like Nginx Proxy, look up how to forward http heards. Some applications, like Nextcloud, require extra steps, but they also provide their own documentation.

nutbutter ,

If you are using the exact rules mentioned in my post, only the ports of your machine will be forwarded, not your entire local network. If you want to forward ports of more than one machine, look at the github link in the sources, it contains a detailed documentation of how to achieve that. Since, I do not know a lot about iptables, I may not be the best person to guide you, in this case. However, feel free to DM me, I'll might be able to help.

nutbutter ,

I am not sure what you mean.

The issue is, when using Cloudflare, they will terminate your TLS, then encrypt the data again with their own certificate, which is send to the visitor. When visitor interacts, their data is decrypted on Cloudflare's servers, which they encrypt again eith our original certificate and send it back to us.

Sure, hackers or sniffers might not be able to look at the sensitive data, but Cloudflare can. But do they, or do they not, is upto you, if you trust them or not.

nutbutter ,

All ports are forwarded. If your SMTP is running on, say, port 993, on your local machine, your-VPS-ip:993 will be your SMTP.

nutbutter ,

Not sure. Will have to try it out.

nutbutter ,

These lines are invisible but many inherited and acquired diseases of skin manifest themselves according to these patterns creating the visual appearance of these lines.

https://dermnetnz.org/topics/blaschko-lines

nutbutter ,

But which salt? I use a mixture of Arabian Sea salt and Himalayan rock salt. Some people like using salt sourced from Atlantic Ocean, as it is considered to be saltier than salts of other oceans.

nutbutter ,

In India, Arabian Sea salt is the most common option. People following Satvik diet (on some days) use any rock salt, and Himalayan Rock salt is another common option in my area. It has lower sodium, so some people also use it for health purpose. It is pink in colour.

I also use Black Salt (I don't know its source) when I have to eat fruits. It has a slightly sour flavour and some vegans use it to give their dishes "egg" like taste.

nutbutter ,

I don't use that in pasta water. I add it when adding sauce, though.

nutbutter ,

I've tried hosting an nginx server. It is fun, but I wouldn't rely on it for production use cases.

I've also seen some people run docker on their android devices.

nutbutter ,

A lot of times, I re-watch films. It helps with starting a film from a specific point, or skipping a boring scene.

Another reason is that I often show my friends and family some cool stuuf from between the films, like recently, I showed a cousin Neo vs Smiths scene from Matrix Reloaded, and I didn't have to hunt for it.

Chapters make a lot of finding stuff easy.

Another use case can be, someone recorded a video of a family function and added scenes in post production for easy seeking.

nutbutter ,

Proton VPN works for me.

But we should not have to pay another company to watch the content owned by a company we are already paying.

nutbutter ,

I was using Protonmail, and their other services, and was a paying customer for over a year. But I stopped because of their poor Linux support, and not being able to receive email notifications on my de-googled phone. I made a shift to mailbox.org and am liking it. Yes, I have to manage my own PGP keys, but the experience is much better, in my opinion. Their storage even supports WebDAV. I can encrypt the whole inbox and the files stored in their drive with my own key.

nutbutter ,

Joplin can be a multi-user solution as well. I use Joplin with Nextcloud. If you don't want to share notes just use Joplin and every user can use the same nextcloud instance, but different user accounts, to save their notes. If you want to share all the notes, all the users can synchronise with the same Nextcloud user. You can make different notebooks for different users. All the users, however, can see and edit notes. Joplin cannot be a solution if you want to share some notes. It is either all, or none.

Logseq can be another solution, with the same technique. However, you can use git to synchronise different databases, where one database is used in shared notes and personal databases for non-shared notes. I host my own Gitea (will soon shift to forgejo) to synchronise my Logseq databases.

nutbutter ,

Thank you for these suggestions. But I have a few questions.

How can I do the 2nd and 3rd point if I am using docker/podman containers?

Why is ClamAV useless?

nutbutter ,

Vegan cheese exists. It is easier to make, is much healthier and animals do not have to suffer.

nutbutter ,

Soy milk is better alternative. If you don't like the taste, try coconut milk, oat milk, almond milk, cashew milk, etc.

nutbutter ,

In India, casteism is a bigger problem than racism.

PS - I am Indian.

nutbutter ,

My 50" TV. I use it everyday, but I could have invested the money in a berrer place. Like mutual funds, or buying new hardware for my homeserver.

nutbutter ,

Matrix.org is what you want if you are looking for a privacy-focused alternative to Discord. Signal is like WhatsApp and Telegram.

nutbutter ,

Are you changing the "Text Scaling" settings in the "Accessibility and UI" section of the Cromite app, or are you changing the accessibility settinga of your phone using your settings app?

Have you tried turning off and on "Enable Accessibility Service" option in Cromite app?

Have you tried clearing the app data in your phone's app settings and tried reinstalling the app?

If none of these help, you can open a GitHub issue and let the developer know about this.

nutbutter ,

Joke transfer unsuccessful. Server crashed. Time to update the joke server.

nutbutter ,

AFAIK, Piped always proxies the videos through a server.

I am more familiar with Invidious. Find an Invidious server that lets you enable proxying. Some examples are yewtu.be, invidious.protokolla.fi and inv.nadeko.net. Then find an RSS app that lets you download the content, as well as supports cookies. Use the invidious server's cookies in your RSS app to proxy the content you download. Invidious servers can provide RSS feeds for individual channels, as well as your complete subscription feed.

And if possible donate a dollar or two, regularly, to the invidious server that you use, since it takes up a lot of bandwidth and motivates the hoster to keep up what they are doing.

Problem with Jellyfin on Fedora and Ubuntu

I installed Jellyfin on an iMac running Fedora 39/Gnome and it was running more or less without any issues. However, I wanted to have the iMac on a VPN which would prevent accessing content indexed by Jellyfin elsewhere. So I installed Ubuntu on an old Mac Mini that I had, planning to make it a NAS box as well as host...

nutbutter ,

I use my old MacBook air as a home server. I have installed Jellyfin via podman on Fedora 38. Containers make things a lot easier.

I recommended using linuxserver.io's image.

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