Cloudron has some documentation on how to setup an instance here:
I think this documentation was written with deployment on a commercial VPS in mind. Is there a similar guide written with the goal of helping setup one's home PC in mind?
- Which changes would be needed?
- What sort of issues might crop up when dealing with the router / firewall / keeping the rest of the home network safe, whilst allowing the Cloudron PC to connect to the outside world?
@LoudLemur Girish has a blog post about this: https://blog.cloudron.io/installing-cloudron-on-a-home-server/
I like to think that the instructions at https://docs.cloudron.io/installation/ are clear about how to best install, run and use Cloudron. It is not "some documentation"... it IS the documentation. I've made a new topic under Discuss about this.
@LoudLemur As @scooke mentioned, there is a blog about it, but the basic steps are the same. Difference here is opening the ports on your modem (or firewall) manually. The defaults are gonna be 25, 465, 587, 993, 443, & 80 (basic email and web server functionality) though according to that blog post, only 443 is required