they actually make you pay 6 months in advance, which imho kinda defeats the purpose of hourly charging
I'd agree with your point, though I was actually checking on them while reading this, and just to be fair and to let you know, it seems they've change this 6 months pricing policy now. (I'm not affiliated with them in any way, I did not even tried their service (yet?))
And for example the package on this page sounds interesting with a fair enough monthly price imho, for this "root server" an upgrade VPS package which is a mix of virtualization and dedicated hardware as 4 dedicated CPUs with 16 GB and 320GB SSD for monthly 16E, sounds to me like it could be used for a small business jitsi server, what dot you think?
He was able to recently raise $1 Million to help fund the Berty project, so is credible. If you look at what he is trying to build with Berty, he seems far-sighted, based on his choice of ipfs. Other people I chat with are familiar with his team and think they are great, so you could use that as a measure of the man too. He likes to build the right things the right way.
I don't use cloudron and I only commented as when I was looking for the specific cloudflare error:
The service may be down or it may not be responding to traffic from cloudflared: x509: certificate is not valid for any names, but wanted to match localhost" cfRay=6957204cbdeb1fb9-SJC ingressRule=0 originService=https://localhost
I landed here from Google and I know that in the future, I will probably have this issue again and forget the solution.
So I'm posting this more for future me.
However, this would solve that specific issue that @girish was having,
I got my services up and going that used a self signed ssl cert and was able to proxy it with cloudflare.
It would be cool to try cloudron as it sounds like a really great product, but I personally don't have the budget for it at the moment.
Cloudron is really more like an OS since it configures a lot of things on the server. For example, custom DNS server, nginx configurations, collectd configs, systemd configs etc. Disabling and changing all these services will most likely eventually break things. So long story short, there is really no way to disable it.
Maybe you can just look into taking a snapshot/create image and then restore your server later to that image?
The DARK THEME has been implemented, and it is very nice! That being said, thanks for the heads up but there is no need to panic. Telemetry is an optional setting that defaults to disabled. As far as alternate folks go, there are none in the Free Software line. Pro software such as Adobe Audition is the next big thing. My preference is Audacity over it when it comes to editing and effects.
@murgero I've been experimenting with other distributions, where Ubuntu doesn't seem to support all hardware for WiFi during installation (works if you connect to ethernet during installation) or sound-card Drivers, and found I really like OpenSUSE, probably more. Might do a post on that soon too for gathering screenshots and experiences.
@marcusquinn I'm against storing it all in one place. The idea is that if my master pass is compromised, I won't lose the keys to the kingdom. It's also why I add memorized pass phrases to the end of the bitwarden generated passwords for select sensitive logins. Now they have to go through me to get them.
@murgero I have the Nokia 6300 4G and tried to remove the Google apps but couldn't. I found a hacking video but it seems that method got patched and was a dead end. It's what drove me to find the phones I posted about in another thread. Nokia is a PITA when it comes to letting you have root access on your phone and I should have learned from my experience after owning the Nokia 6 & 7.1 but I was too lazy to research the phone before buying it.