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Storage software with the features of Unraid but runs on Debian with cli interface?
3 projects | /r/HomeServer | 8 Dec 2023
You might want to consider the previously mentioned MergerFS and SnapRAID, or MDADM and LVM for your setup. OpenMediaVault [https://www.openmediavault.org/ is a solid choice in this regard. Additionally, if you're planning to run something like Proxmox, you could look into deploying Starwind CVM on top of it. Pretty much like in this guide: https://www.starwindsoftware.com/resource-library/starwind-virtual-san-vsan-configuration-guide-for-proxmox-vsan-deployed-as-a-controller-virtual-machine-cvm/ .
Yo Ho, Yo Ho, a pirates life for me!! Recent streaming services, prices and shows getting butchered, finally decided its time. Here's how a basic self-hosted 'Netflix' would look like. Fully automated once its setup. Using only a makeshift homelab server from second hand parts.
30 projects | /r/Piracy | 6 Jul 2023
So I'm working on a similar setup with an ancient desktop my in-laws were getting rid of. I installed OpenMediaVault directly to the hard drive (it's so old that I assume it wouldn't work too well as a hypervisor), with a 4TB external HDD attached. OMV supports Docker by means of a plug-in and I'm running a Jellyfin container with no issues at all. I'm still manually downloading everything to the HDD but *arr containers are my next step, as well as setting up a gluetun container to route all that through a VPN.
Best NAS OS for easy expandability
2 projects | /r/homelab | 21 Jun 2023
New home lab
2 projects | /r/homelab | 31 May 2023
The second is storage. If you need any of the storage sharing, deploy NAS OS as the VM in proxmox, like Starwinds SAN and NAS (https://www.starwindsoftware.com/san-and-nas) or OMV (https://www.openmediavault.org/), or TrueNAS (https://www.truenas.com/). As you mentioned, you need to cross-flash the perc into IT mode and pass through the controller into VM, but you need a separate from the controller drive for proxmox to be able to PCI-E passthrough the card into VM. Then, configure software RAID and reshare the storage to the proxmox via NFS/iSCSI (that will improve your skills in storage stack and storage protocols).
What OS should I run?
2 projects | /r/homelab | 22 May 2023
If you want all that in one, I would go with Proxmox and everything else as VMs or containers on it. NAS can also be run as a VM. For example, Starwinds NAS: https://www.starwindsoftware.com/san-and-nas or openmediavault: https://www.openmediavault.org/. I would try to add more RAM for sure though.
The early 2000s were Wild!
3 projects | /r/pcmasterrace | 12 May 2023
I have Open Media Vault installed on a Raspberry PI. I choose that because also wanted to run some docker images and wanted something cheap. However, if you’re not tech savvy I recommend Synology.
2023 May 8 Stickied -FAQ- & -HELPDESK- thread - Boot problems? Power supply problems? Display problems? Networking problems? Need ideas? Get help with these and other questions!
2 projects | /r/raspberry_pi | 10 May 2023
Open Media Vault
What's the best software to use on a home built nas?
3 projects | /r/servers | 7 May 2023
To build a NAS, you can set up a Linux VM with LVM, ZFS, Btrfs or deploy a pre-built solution like Openmediavault https://www.openmediavault.org/, EasyNAS https://easynas.org/, Starwinds SAN&NAS https://www.starwindsoftware.com/san-and-nas-free to passthrough the direct-attached storage to NAS VM, create a pool, and expose it to your network as SMB or NFS file shares, or iSCSI storage.
creating a server I can teach myself stuff on from old desktop
3 projects | /r/HomeServer | 3 Apr 2023
1) VMs are out of the question. Your CPU is too old to run VMs. 2) This could be a very powerful firewall, router, and privacy cleanser. Check out OPNsense or pfSense 3) Could definitely run as a NAS! Not a powerful one. An easy one to get started with is Open Media Vault.
Beginner HomeServer Questions
2 projects | /r/HomeServer | 15 Mar 2023
Unless you've got another project in mind for your Pi4 (and who doesn't?), I enjoyed (mostly) my time running an OpenMediaVault machine (I was running Plex and a couple of minecraft servers on it). Here's a guide for installing pihole on an OMV machine, and this guy has a TON of useful tutorial videos around all kinds of neat stuff you can do with OMV (as well as initial setup/config vids).
Best home OS?
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 4 Sep 2023
YunoHost, although not Docker-based, is still nice and quite mature.
RPi 4 Build Recommendations (NAS/VPN/Seedbox/etc)
3 projects | /r/selfhosted | 27 Jun 2023
If you want something like that, then CasaOS is pretty great and i can recommend it, especially for a beginner. There is also Cosmos and Tipi. Yunuhost too but a bit different approach. Oh and Umbrel is a thing...
The latest umbrelOS release brings a redesigned app store for self-hosted apps
7 projects | /r/selfhosted | 21 Jun 2023
However you quickly reach the limits of what Umbrel can do, its very basic in its abilities. Of course it depends all on what you (or anyone else) wants to do with it. There is also CasaOS which is very similar to Umbrel but last i compared, Casa offered a bit more features like for example adding your own docker projects easily. There is also Tipi which i must admit i havent taken a closer look at yet. And there is Yunohost which i guess aims at a similar audience but achieves these things differently, still worth mentioning tho.
Sandstorm: Open-source platform for self-hosting web app
15 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Jun 2023
My selfhosted Backup Solution
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 22 May 2023
Need simple tutorial for getting remote-access nextcloud setup with HTTPS
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 27 Apr 2023
I use https://yunohost.org on my Pi, mostly for monitoring other stuff but you can get Nextcloud running just fine with it!
Who is self hosting Mastodon
3 projects | /r/selfhosted | 27 Apr 2023
Just FYI it's Very easy to host with https://cloudron.io or https://yunohost.org
Immich - Self-hosted photos and videos backup solution from your mobile phone (AKA Google Photos replacement you have been waiting for!) - March late update - now with CLIP-enabled search mechanism.
8 projects | /r/selfhosted | 29 Mar 2023
Will this app ever get some love from yunohost.org?
Is there a Linux server distro that you can configure stuff like Windows server does?
2 projects | /r/linuxquestions | 16 Mar 2023
How do you manage your selfhosted apps in a home server?
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 7 Mar 2023
I know it's not Docker, but Yunohost is pretty good for ease of use.
What are some alternatives?
Nextcloud - ☁️ Nextcloud server, a safe home for all your data
FreeNAS - TrueNAS CORE/Enterprise/SCALE Middleware Git Repository [Moved to: https://github.com/truenas/middleware]
Jellyfin - The Free Software Media System
DietPi - Lightweight justice for your single-board computer!
Portainer - Making Docker and Kubernetes management easy.
CasaOS - CasaOS - A simple, easy-to-use, elegant open-source Personal Cloud system.
Ansible-NAS - Build a full-featured home server or NAS replacement with an Ubuntu box and this playbook.
umbrel - A beautiful home server OS for self-hosting with an app store. Buy a pre-built Umbrel Home with umbrelOS, or install on a Raspberry Pi 4, any Ubuntu/Debian system, or a VPS.
PhotoPrism - AI-Powered Photos App for the Decentralized Web 🌈💎✨
awesome-docker - :whale: A curated list of Docker resources and projects
Yacht - A web interface for managing docker containers with an emphasis on templating to provide 1 click deployments. Think of it like a decentralized app store for servers that anyone can make packages for.