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Get Google search results, but without any ads, javascript, AMP links, cookies, or IP address tracking. Easily deployable in one click as a Docker app, and customizable with a single config file. Quick and simple to implement as a primary search engine replacement on both desktop and mobile.
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MicroBin v1.2.0 released
MicroBin is a super tiny, feature rich, configurable, self-contained and self-hosted paste bin web application. Imagine cloud storage, but simpler, and with cool features like URL redirection, automatic file expiry and raw file serving support. Release announcement and notes https://microbin.eu/v1.2.0/ GitHub Repository https://github.com/szabodanika/microbin


[Question] about NAS operating system
I bought a 2 bay NAS and I plan to flash it with the TrueNAS operating system. As I was reading the installation instructions I came across a section that said one of the 2 drives will have to contain the boot/UEFI partition, and can therefore be used for nothing else. Am I reading this correctly? I have 2 4TB HDDs that I plan on using in both bays and I'll have to use the entirety of one of those bays just to hold a small boot partition and nothing else? There are also 4 slots available for M.2 NVMe SSDs so I'm looking at using a small SSD for my boot partition there if this is true. My apologies if this is a dumb question as I'm kind of new to this stuff.
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Lenpaste v1.2 is out. Lenpaste source code and installation guide: https://git.lcomrade.su/root/lenpaste. Installation on a Raspberry PI is supported. # UI: History tab History is not transferred to a server, but is stored locally in your browser. ![](https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/0947b327-d43a-450d-9359-1ba15c7eb683.png) # UI: Copy to clipboard button ![](https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/af279999-5669-46f2-857f-16afedc1507d.png) # For instance administrators - Rate-limits on paste creation (env: `LENPASTE_NEW_PASTES_PER_5MIN`). - Add default paste life time for WEB interface (env: `LENPASTE_UI_DEFAULT_LIFETIME`). - Add terms of use support (file: `/data/terms`). - Private servers - password request to create paste (file: `/data/lenpasswd`). # Fixes - Fixed a security bug that could cause an attacker to overflow the disk. - Fixed not saving settings in some browsers. - The interface now displays the full name of the language instead of its code. - Fixed compatibility with WebKit browsers (for example: Gnome WEB). # List of public Lenpaste server You can find a list of public servers or add your own public server at https://monitor.lcomrade.su/ ![](https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/723d54a1-1331-430e-ac38-e1db9b2a4bf8.png) PS: I will be glad to receive constructive criticism and suggestions.

Questions about Jellyfin
I remember reading a post about someone setting up Jellyfin and some other software and essentially just waiting around a few days after shows come out and they end up being available in their media library. Like, some kind of pirating software that just grabs the right media. Is this a thing or am I misremembering?
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[This year's survey can be found here](https://utwentebs.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bq49sD4aLtF7nqm)

Odroid just released the possibly best low power server on the market
After discontinuing the H2+ due to the parts shortage they now have the H3 and H3+ with an Intel N5105 / N6000 CPU. The box has 2.5 Gbit ethernet and can even be used with the NVMe to ethernet net card. This makes for a really awesome low power server and should even be a really capable OPNsense box with that net card. The case options also look amazing, small and simple yet flexible. Having only two SATA ports might be a bit limiting for data horders but then again it's easy to add more via USB anyway. I'm really liking what I see there. Especially with power prices surging all over the world, I think this might be a really great low power server recommendation?

How have you optimized your Pi-hole?
A few months ago I set up a Pi-hole at home. I tried to create a decent blacklist by first adding some regexes I found online and then doing some manual optimization by finding ads and blocking the ad requester through the queries page. But in the end it did not work so well. I still get a lot of YouTube ads, for example. So I still rely on uBlock for my ad-blocking. I just read that Chrome is planning to start weakening ad blocker plugins. I use Firefox, but it is still worrying that the space could potentially keep moving in this direction over time. So I am now more invested in learning how to have more control over my ad-blocking. Has any of you managed to optimize your Pi-hole to the point that it is possible to browse the internet without an ad-blocker? If so, how did you do it? Are there other good ad-blocking alternatives?
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