I put my UPSes on generic rails that support it from the sides. I just wasn’t comfortable with the cage nuts and bolts taking the full stress of the UPS in my rack.
Not that I’m aware of. You’d interact with the password database via another app.
Based on your criteria, I would suggest you use something like Keepass with the DB synced via Nextcloud. This allows you access to the local DB file if NC goes offline.
I’ll consider it a drop-in replacement when Kubernetes can use it.
At this point, Reddit should be considered an informational reference only. Most, if not all, of us have removed Reddit from our daily lives. Therefore, don’t worry about the upvotes/downvotes over there because they matter less than they ever did before. If you need an answer to a question, use their search functionality.
I’m curious: what’s the use case for multiple users? Seems like PhotoPrism is a fancy photo gallery. Not sure how multiple users is needed for that.
What are the other basic features that aren’t available for free?