See what I did there? #dadjoke (I know, I’ll show myself out). Seriously though, with the amount of time and effort I have put in so far (and will continue to put in), I thought it was time to give myself a little bit of a backup of my HomeAssistant config. Looking around, github seemed …
Category: Web Systems
Home Assistant… you git.
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Hass.IO Of all things, not something I expected I’d do. But, as it turns out – automation is definitely nice. I’ve got Wake-on-LAN working, and my lights etc – so I can turn on the lights in my office and boot up my workstation, with one button, on my phone. Everything is ready to use …
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Reverse Proxy (with Apache)
I did a little write-up on how I achieved reverse proxy nirvana with IIS a while ago now. It made things a lot nicer for me. Like, a lot. I have a few friends/colleagues/acquaintances who run Apache (I run IIS in my homelab environment, that’s the only reason I went with it), so I figured …
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Not long ago I posted about configuring ‘Monitorr‘. As an internal tool, it was surprisingly useful. However, I quickly decided it could be much more useful as a landing page for people who I’ve given access to my media. It handles linking and monitoring of multiple services – some only I have access to, some …
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Reverse Proxy (with IIS)
I run a lot of different pieces of software on my server. Sonarr, Radarr, Lidarr… just to name a few. All of these different systems listen on different ports, and I got tired of having so many ports forwarded and so many different ports to remember. Enter: Reverse Proxy.
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