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Ask HN: How can a total beginner start with self-hosting
21 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 5 Oct 2022
There are several projects designed to help you self-host your own services.
Proxmox is mentioned by a few folks here. It's mostly a hypervisor. It's good if you have a "big" server and want to split it up into VMs for various needs. It doesn't have any concept of an AppStore or service catalog. I think this is too low level for what you're asking.
Unraid  is probably the easiest way to turn an arbitrary computer into a useful server. You install the OS on a thumb drive and it runs from there. It provides network storage services out of the box, can host VMs, and has a solid catalog of packaged services in their Community Applications plug in . These are packaged in weird obscure way that I tried and failed to figure out. I've run this on an old T410 for a couple years and it's been pretty good. Not as flexible as some other options, but quick to get going on the basics. You can see this in their storage system... you can easily add arbitrary disks to your pool, but parity options are limited. My biggest complaint is that it's hard to spin up your own docker images, especially if you don't want to mess with Docker Hub.
TrueNasSCALE  is my next platform. It's an iteration on the very solid FreeNAS/TrueNAS and ZFS. It handles containers and containerized services as first-class citizens using kubernetes, but also includes KVM so you can do virtual machines. Like Unraid, it has a healthy app library over at TrueCharts . Unlike Unraid's weird XML manifest, SCALE uses Helm. Nice.
coolLabs  is sort of a self-hosted Heroku alternative. I just discovered it on HN the other day [5a] in that context. It looks pretty neat. It has some pre-packaged services already  but seems to lack any concept of a community-curated service package repo. It seems to be mostly focused on helping you deploy applications you develop yourself. I don't think it gives you network shares, for example. Still, it could be a great choice to throw onto the VPS you're wonder what to do with. 
Kubesail  is a k3s-based self-hosting operating system. It's designed to help you run basic web services as easily as possible. Where Unraid assumes you have an old computer laying around, Kubesail will sell you a PiBox  to get you up and running. (You can also bring your own hardware). The have a nice AppStore and have put particular attention into the photo use case you mentioned - they emphasize support for PhotoStructure .
Cloudron  was mentioned by a few other comments. I haven't dug into it, but it does seem to have an appstore as well.
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2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Sep 2022
I am using https://yunohost.org, but https://pibox.io/ looks like a cool setup that takes care of some of the more difficult things such as tunneling and backups.
Ask HN: What HN post made you money?
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Aug 2022
The few times our hardware had reached the front page have basically made our startup viable. It was only two days ago, but https://pibox.io
We figure HN is one of the toughest crowds. If we can make a hardware product y’all don’t completely dislike - we’re on to something!
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2 projects | reddit.com/r/HomeServer | 27 Jul 2022
PiBox - CM4 with proper 2xSATA (for which you might have to wait a few months)
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6 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 25 Jul 2022
We run KubeSail which is free to use, and all of our featured apps are tested and tuned to run well on a https://pibox.io. Our dashboard isn't open source, but nearly everything else we make is, including the YAML configs which are used to spin up the apps themselves. Hope this helps!
Any Kubernetes provider you could recommend me?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 17 Jun 2022
If you’re interested in a piece of hardware I’d say just use an old PC and install k3s. I also build and sell tiny raspberry pi kubernetes clusters at https://pibox.io if you’ll excuse the ad. Either way - a set of VMs or old PCs or a couple Pis is the way to go for a home lab and for getting hands on.
Get a permanent home for all your self hosted apps like NextCloud, Plex, and Photoprism. Powered by Raspberry Pi
2 projects | reddit.com/r/u_pastudan | 23 May 2022
Actually all of your questions are excellent and I’ve been adding them to the “FAQ” section of https://pibox.io as I answer them :)2 projects | reddit.com/r/u_pastudan | 23 May 2022
What Are Your Most Used Self Hosted Applications?
50 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 May 2022
Photostructure, Actual, Tandoor Recipes, and a load of media stuff. If anyone is interested in home hosting, but not sure where to start, we’re trying to make it easy with custom hardware https://pibox.io ! I maintain a ton of Kubernetes templates for various self hosted apps as well!
Pockit: A tiny, powerful, modular computer (2022 demo)
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Mar 2022
This is extremely close to what we're building at https://pibox.io if you're interested - although after some polls we decided to drop PoE on our first model. Just improved the mDNS support last night!
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