@robi Was just thinking that as well - have really been enjoying SSDNodes - they keep giving me too good of deals to resist and now I'm accumulating lots of servers hehe.
It's like a shopping problem for shoes, but with servers.
@LoudLemur Basically what @robi said : this driver (or any driver for that matter) will only contain information on how to communicate with the hardware, not how the hardware is made, and especially not why it's made that way.
If you're on Windows and don't have Admin rights (work PC...) as required for Everything: Locate32 (also available in 64bit 😊) is your friend, works standalone, albeit with an index that (automatically) updates from time to time
Just thought I would point out there is a nice podcast downloader for docker that will let you easily add podcasts to Jellyfin. I added them as a music library. It isn't perfect but it works pretty well. It will search for podcasts you want and auto add them to be downloaded on a regular basis and it will also download the old episodes if you want as well.
@luckow Events like this might be useful for some targeted marketing. If Cloudron kept a blog of some sort, we might be able to recruit new users by publishing a story highlighting how Cloudron self-hosting can offer an alternative to the usual, proprietary options.
In this case, people might be looking for some other solution for providing identity. After creating the article, ensuring that it is disseminated to platforms where it is more likely to receive a read would help. It would need visiting sites like slashdot, reddit, etc and linking the story with a brief introductory paragraph.
the main difference is where the emails are stored when not in transit
This was the case up until a few years ago. Nowadays a large part is deliverability.
Every system on the internet can theoretically sent mails to any other system and this means that there are a lot of people actually using this to send spam. This has caused large providers to block out entire ip ranges and datacenters. So if you don't want to silently end up in the junk folders of gmail and office 365, your best bet is to send through them as well. Its not impossible to host your own mail, and there are still mail relays you could use to improve your chances, but it is definitely something to consider when self hosting mails.
Not so much intense, more annoyed by my own mistake.
I'm pretty confident in the cloudron backup system since I destroyed my cloudron multiple times like this with installing other software, tinkering with code yada yada.
But having the restore error on me made my heart race a little I must admit.
Knowing this error seems cryptic and off I knew something must be wrong.
I even tried coping the whole backup into the system and restoring that (Filesystem Mountpoint) with the same error.
So I knew something was up.
I am glad I run into this issue so I can provide this experience and a more newbie user does not have to stress themself out with this.