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Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones.
A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
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42: Don't Panic

42: Don't Panic

2021-04-0938:19

A record is broken, a life goal is achieved, and why we are going long on Linksys. Special Guest: Jake Howard 🍊.
Special guest Jeff Geerling tells us how he got 16 drives connected to one Pi. Plus his thoughts on automation, self-hosting, and more. Special Guest: Jeff Geerling.
40: Password Shaming

40: Password Shaming

2021-03-1240:05

We react to Home Assistant password shaming us and then reflect on the OVH fire while attempting to solve a "growing" cloud problem.
39: We run Arch BTW

39: We run Arch BTW

2021-02-2640:251

Our favorite LastPass alternative, why more boxes might be better than one, and we confess to an undying love.
Alex shocks Chris with his latest project, then lays down some quick-fire picks. Plus what's wrong with OPNsense's Wireguard setup?
We discuss recent Home Assistant security news, and how we think the project could improve. Plus a bunch of follow up, emails, and more! Note: This episode was recorded before the recent second Home Assistant vulnerability
Our favorite Google Docs killer with markdown support has a big update. We explain how we host it and why we love it. Plus Chris reviews the Home Assistant Blue.
Alex reveals the culmination of five years of work into the Perfect Media Server. And we respond to a ton of feedback.
Chris discovers a networking miracle, Alex has been playing with electrics, and we review the Wyze Cam 3.
33: Helios64 Review

33: Helios64 Review

2020-12-0443:30

Alex puts the fantastic-looking, ARM-powered NAS known as the Helios64 to the test. Plus feedback, and more.
With rage in our hearts, we proclaim a Self-Hosted Google Photos replacement, and the only way to self-host your email. Plus our tips to manage and stream audiobooks.
We have a philosophical debate on cloud vs local and Alex experiences full-blown Americana this Halloween. Plus how Chris built the most reliable and high-performance mobile internet setup possible in his RV.
Chris gets left out in the cold after a Home Assistant glitch, and Alex puts a big batch of USB hard drives to the test Plus a great pick for you pack rats, feedback, and more.
We speak to Kevin and Patricia from Traefik, discuss Alex's recent ZFS snafu and we wonder if the new Chromecasts can match up to the Nvidia Shield.
28: Directing Traefik

28: Directing Traefik

2020-09-2535:063

We get fancy with Traefik labels, and gush over some new Home Assistant features while saving our data from inevitable future failure.
27: Picture Perfect

27: Picture Perfect

2020-09-1141:122

Some big news for Jupiter Broadcasting and a picture perfect app-pick with Lychee. Chris politely suggests Alex reconsider his Syncthing doubts. Plus some power monitoring updates, and more from the community.
Mike and Wes join us to discuss the recent Docker news, freeing your Robovac from the cloud, and why Alex really loves Terraform. Special Guests: Michael Dominick and Wes Payne.
25: The Future of Unraid

25: The Future of Unraid

2020-08-1337:482

Jonathan Panozzo, aka Johnp join us to talk all things Unraid. He hints at future subscription plans, details performance features coming soon, shares the story of how Docker came to Unraid, and much more. Special Guest: Jonathan Panozzo.
24: OPNsense Makes Sense

24: OPNsense Makes Sense

2020-07-3037:493

Chris figures out how hot is too hot, Alex performs an extreme remote firewall install, and we share some of our favorite SSH tricks.
23: Shields Up

23: Shields Up

2020-07-1642:31

We've spent thousands of dollars and over a decade refining the perfect home media setup. We get nostalgic and share what worked and what REALLY didn't.
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CHAPTER 1 – HELP WANTED It’s early May and I am in the last quarter of 11th Grade, my Junior Year of high school. I attend one of the two high schools in the Spring Haven School District. Our district is aptly named after my hometown of Spring Haven, a medium-sized Michigan town, not too big and not too small. It’s been a good place to grow up, I think so at least. Like any town, it’s not perfect, but it’s home and the only place I’ve lived for all of my 17 years. My school is Maplewood High, home of the “Mighty Mustangs”. I, myself, am not among the esteemed Mustangs. I was never much for participating in school sports. Like too many people these days, I prefer to find my competition in front of the TV with a game controller in hand. For as much as I love sitting around on my ass, wasting time, playing video games, I do make myself get some physical activity. I don’t strive to be a super-muscular built-up guy, but I try to stay in-shape. 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We still enjoy riding our bikes to get around town even though most of our peers now drive. On the plus side, bike riding gives me another physical activity to help stay in shape. Our favorite destination is the Pizza Depot, it’s one of those cool pizza restaurant/arcades loved by the local teenagers. Even though we all have X-Boxes, PlayStations and PC’s at home, it’s good to actually get up, and out, of the house. We like the old-style arcade games they have, Pac Man, Asteroids, Donkey Kong, Guitar Hero, classic pinball machines, etc. Using our bikes to get here satisfies two of my current teenage-needs, video games and some physical activity; win-win for me. I should mention that there is another strong teenage-need that I have not had so much luck with satisfying… girls, specifically a girlfriend. My grandmother always told me, “Oh Kyle, with those dazzling green eyes, you’ll have all the pretty girls lining up for you.” Let’s just say I’m still waiting for that to happen… Overall, I can’t complain, I guess I’m a pretty good-looking guy and I have noticed girls checking me out on rare occasions… very rare occasions. My problem is that I’m on the shy and reserved side. I’ll be honest and admit that, all too often, I am too afraid to take the risk, make a little eye-contact and ask a girl out, mainly for fear of rejection. I had a bad experience with that in the 10th Grade. I got all hung up on this girl named Karla Whittington who sat next to me in English class. She was friendly, seemed happy to see me, and we became good friends. For a guy like me, not having a lot of self-confidence, I tended to make a big deal out of any pretty girl showing attention. It didn’t take long before I started to develop warm and fuzzy feelings. I would fantasize about us dating and doing fun things. When I finally got my courage up, I asked Karla if she would like to go out with me. She was cordial about it, but told me, “No.” Boy, was English class ever awkward after that, for both of us. I felt by asking her out, I may have killed our easy friendship. I have a real tendency to over-think things and I let it bother me, to be honest, it broke my heart. I know it sounds silly just because one girl turned me down, but it really takes a lot of courage for me to ask someone out. Looking back, I probably invested too much hopeful dreaming into it and that made the letdown that much harder on me. I’m generally not very outgoing with people, especially people that I don’t know very well. Simple advice to self; I really need to get out of my shell and learn to be more carefree. Sure, easy enough to say to yourself, but not so easy to figure out how to do. I really am creature of routine, I love routine, not so many unpleasant surprises, but also not very many pleasant ones either. I think my answer is to find something that gets me out of my comfort-zone. It’s not that I want to ditch my friends or anything, but maybe I need to meet some new people to interact with. ----- This afternoon, Marc and Jeff and I are at the Pizza Depot. While I'm dropping some quarters into the Street Fighter game for a match against Marc, I notice they put up a “Help Wanted” sign. Hmmm… maybe applying for a job is what I need? This might be a cool place to work and it is about time I start earning money to buy a car at some point. After the game, I walk over to the counter that separates the dining/arcade area from the work spaces and ask for an application. A big dude, with flour dust all over his apron, named Eric hands me one. “Return this Benny, when you're done,” he tells me. I sit down and fill it out. Once I’m done, I see the guy whose tag says he is Shift Manager Benny. He quickly reads what I've filled out and says, “Okay, this looks good. We’ll give you a call if we would like you to come in for an interview.” Back at the table our pizza has arrived. Marc asks, “Dude, did just you apply for that job here?” “Yeah, I really need to start saving up for my own car.” “Don’t we all...” “This would a great place for you to work, Kyle. That way you could still hang out with us.” Jeff says. “How am I going to ‘hang out’ if I’m working?” “Well, maybe you could get us free pizza and game credits?” he grins. “I don’t think it works that way, Jeff.” I’m not really expecting much to happen, but it’s an easy enough first step to building a new and out-going Kyle. ----- Am I ever surprised to receive a call the very next day. They would like me to come in about the job for an informal interview, this afternoon, if I’m available. Immediately hopping on my bike, I ride on over to the Pizza Depot. I meet with Mr. Bill Moore, who informs me that he is part-owner and manager. Mr. Moore is a rather large and imposing man, and at 6’-4” or more, some might say intimidating. He’s in his mid to late 50s and it’s easy to see that years of hard work have left him with thinning light brown hair beginning to gray. Beyond that, he has a kind face and a gentle nature about him. We shake hands and sit down in a booth. Mr. Moore is reading my job application, “Okay, let’s see what we have here: Kyle Stevenson, 17-years old, no prior employment experience and you attend Maplewood High School. Reason for wanting to work here: ‘This would be a fun place to work,’ and you ‘would like to start saving money to buy a car and for college.’ Is all of this correct?” “Yes, sir.” “Please, no need to be so formal with all the ‘sir' business, you may call me Bill.” “Okay, Bill.” It seems a little awkward calling a possible employer by his first name, but if that’s what the man wants, so be it. “Well Kyle, the position we are offering is not a glamorous one. You would be bussing tables, washing dishes, wiping down the arcade games, sweeping the floor, and generally keeping things clean around here. We also will need you to occasionally help with making and baking pizzas at extra-busy times. I can only offer minimum wage to start, but we can see how it goes from there.” “Sounds good to me sir - I mean Bill.” “We do have a few expectations here at Pizza Depot that I will go over with you. It’s important for you to be on time for all your shifts. If you should need to call in sick, we ask that you give as much notice as possible for us to call in a replacement. We’ll provide you with red shirts, a hat and an apron like you see our other employees wearing. You may wear blue jeans and tennis shoes if you wish, but they must be clean and no holes in them. We may not be able to offer you very many hours at first; but, as we get busier in the summertime, that should change.” I nod in agreement and Bill continues, “I understand how popular this establishment is with young people. If you should work here, I need you to understand that you are not to be distracted by your peers visiting as customers while you’re on-duty. When you are off-duty, you are welcome to enjoy this place with your friends for as long as you wish. I’m sure you understand the importance of this.” “Yes, I do, I won’t let you down.” “Well okay, Kyle, consider yourself hired. 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In elementary and middle school, I always thought of her as just a friend, but these last few years, I have become quite attracted to her. I often have thoughts about wanting to explore a relationship beyond friendship. Unfortunately for me, when it comes to guys, she only seems attracted to the athletic type, the alpha-males; consequently, that never puts me on her radar as anything more than a trusted guy-friend. She occasionally consults me when she needs a guy’s perspective https://bestbdsmgifs.com/ , looking for advice dealing with which ever jock she is currently dating. All too often, it is impossible for me to give any useful advice. I just can’t get into their self-centered, ego-driven mindset. Guys like that and myself are polar-opposites of the guy-spectrum. Tiffany, Blake, Justin and Dirk join a group of jocks and popular girls from school that came in earlier. That’s a group I have no interest in associating with, they all seem so fake and full of themselves. 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