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I Heard You Like GPUs in Servers... GPU Passthrough on Linux and Docker

We’ve already figured out how to pass through a GPU to Windows machine but why let Windows have all the fun? Today, we do it on an Ubuntu headless server that’s virtualized, run some AI and Deep...

I Built Something for Your Homelab...

I am betting you have at least 3 infrared remote controls in your house. I am also willing to be you would love to automate some of these from time to time. Well don’t worry I have the solution...

Meet Guacamole, Your Remote Access Gateway

Do you have a lot of virtual machines? Are you running Windows, Linux, and Mac and need remote access from a single UI? Well, Apache Guacamole is for you! Apache Guacamole is a clientless remo...

Bridge Mode with UniFi Access Points

Do you have some places where you can’t run ethernet? Do want to extend your ethernet without pulling more cable? Well this is the guide for you. In this step-by-step tutorial we’ll use a Ubiq...

Build & Deploy Your Own Code in Your Homelab!

So you’re a software engineer or a developer who wants to self-host your own code in your own homelab? Well this is the tutorial for you! In this step-by-step guide we’ll walk through setting u...

SSL, Traefik, and OAuth for Rancher! (Google, GitHub, Keycloak, Azure, and more!)

Do you want to self host your Rancher UI securely in your homelab? Have you thought about putting your Rancher UI behind Traefik and your reverse proxy to get free SSL certificates using Let’s En...

Portainer 2.0 -- Now with more Kubernetes!

What’s new in Portainer 2.0? Well, a ton. With the release of Portainer 2 you now have the option to install Kubernetes. This makes installing, managing, and deploying Kubenetes really easy. ...

Self-Host All Your Homelab Services with DuckDNS -- Free Dynamic DNS Running on Docker

Are you trying to access your self-hosted services outside of your firewall? Are you tired of trying to remember your IP when away, or worse yet, having your ISP change your IP address? Have yo...

Self-Hosting Your Homelab Services with SSL -- Let's Encrypt, MetalLB, Traefik, Rancher, Kubernetes

Are you self-hosting lots of services at home in your homelab? Have you been port forwarding or using VPN to access your self-hosted services wishing you had certificates so that you can access ...

Self-Host Code Server in Your Homelab -- VS Code in a Browser!

Have you ever wanted to run VS Code in your browser? What if you had access to your terminal and could pull and commit code as well as push it up to GitHub all from a browser or tablet? That’s ...