@LoudLemur actually the Cloudron dashboard has dark mode via css @media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) selectors. So in case your system has a dark-mode which your browser respects, it should be automatic.
I wasn't talking about fail2ban reporting, only. I was also referring to the built-in "rate-limiting" of Cloudron (and other security features, e.g. the cloud firewall) where there's currently little or no transparency what's happening.
Since Cloudron "takes over the server" I think it would be a good opportunity to add transparent monitoring of the system's security features similar to the "System info" tab...
@foliovision Cloudron should create the DKIM records if you're using the DO API for your domains. Cloudron does not delete existing records so if you add something in manually, rest assured it won't get wiped by Cloudron.
AFAIK GnuCash is software that hast to be installed on a client PC. What Cloudron does is delivering webapps with docker containers. If you have to download an executable and run it on your local PC, Cloudron is the wrong choice and won't be able to deliver such type of software.
@roofboard well basically. You need the cloudron cli as documented here and a git clone of the repo i linked before.
Then in the clone you run cloudron build followed by cloudron update. Along these commands you need to specify the name of your docker image (which requires a docker registry, which could be the docker hub, on Cloudron itself or somewhere else).
You can update an existing installation with a custom fork, and with the right parameters also bring it back to the official app.
I remember Shinobi having the best user interface when I tried it and a few of other options a couple of years ago. I ended up taking the motioneye route because I found it easier to configure, integrate and maintain.