Hey @InvaderXan if my Ivy is growing away from the light does it mean that I have to move her to a shady place?
I've found her broken on the side of the street and she took root beautifully, but I'm afraid I'm not letting her live in the best conditions.
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I've upgraded to an i3 NUC. I finally managed to focus on it after one week of too much work.
Thanks to the people at linuxserver.io I'm now proudly running #ubuntu server, with a few #docker containers. For now, just:
But I'll expand in the next weeks.
Does anyone know how to redirect my domain name to heimdall without messing up letsencrypt?
I like physics, plants, baking bread, tinkering, hiking, and too many other things to be listed.
Talk to me about self hosting and free software.
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