I wanna deploy tinyfilemanager on a PC and have a media server, should I use docker or apache?

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  • GitHub repo pfSense

    Main repository for pfSense

    You can run a self-hosted firewall at home such as pfSense

  • GitHub repo traefik

    The Cloud Native Application Proxy

    Run web services behind a proxy. For containers, Traefik is popular. I use the SWAG container created by the linuxserver.io folks. It has NGINX for reverse proxy, Letsencrypt integration to help you get a valid certificate, and has fail2ban integration.

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  • GitHub repo filemanager

    📂 Web File Browser

    As something out of leftfield, the tool Web File Browser fills a similar space and is just a single binary, which means you don't need to mess around with installing and securing a webserver to run it, nor messing around with containerising it. Or course, you can do both if you want (container for it, and/or web proxy in front of it).

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