Documentation: Records and Information #

Jellyfin # Introduction # Jellyfin is a free and open-source media server and suite of multimedia applications designed to organize, manage, and share digital media files to networked devices. It is an alternative to Emby and Plex. This will serve as a guide to configuring Jellyfin in a Debian Proxmox LXC with hardware transcoding on Intel hardware.12 Installation # This guide will cover the installation of Jellyfin on Debian Bullseye with non-free repositories enabled.
1.18 1.18: Caves & Cliffs # Ore distribution # World generation # World generation hasn’t changed this substantially since the Update that Changed the World (1.7). There are a lot more nuanced things that changed as well, such as the fact that shadow seeds don’t exist anymore as a result of the fact that the world generation code now uses all 64 bits of the seed to generate the world.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies & Network UPS Tools # Clever name, right? Uninterruptible Power Supplies # During the past few months, I have been spending [quite a bit of money] on upgrades to my homelab. Amongst the last of these upgrades (hopefully the last for the foreseeable future as I am now unemployed) was a UPS, or uninterruptible power supply. Now I won’t go into the details of what UPS one should get, as that’s highly dependent on your specific power needs, wanted features, et cetera.
Vaultwarden # Introduction # I began using password managers with my installation of LastPass in September of 2017. I became obsessed with securing my accounts following this: I would use 2FA and generated complex passwords at any chance I got. I transitioned away from an (unfortunately) common practice of using the same, or a variation of the same password across multiple services. However, most of this was done using LastPass.