I believe you are familiar with the concept of self-hosting. Instead of opting for a Software as a Service (SaaS) and paying for it, you deploy and manage open source software yourself. Need cloud storage? Deploy Nextcloud on your home server or on your cloud server.
Why am I telling you this? Because self-hosting has always been a core part of Linux Handbook with several tutorials on various software deployments.
I am creating a dedicated self-hosting section from this edition to share tutorials and software for self-hosters like me. I hope you like them :)
💭 Let's see what else you get in this edition:
- Tricks on working with gz compressed log files without extracting them
- ripgrep > grep
- Terminal tip
- Memes for Linux lovers
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