Currently my home server runs a few services that have a web UI. I currently access them by typing in the IP address and port number, but it’s now starting to get annoying to remember the ports.
What’s the best way to handle this?
I’ve thought of two solutions:
1. I’m running a local DNS server, so I probably would be able to make CNAMEs from something like `adguard.server.local` to the IP, and do a reverse proxy with something like Caddy
2. Maybe there’s some unified dashboard app that is a reverse proxy with some simple frontend where I can just navigate to `server.local` and click a button to choose which specific service I want to see?
What are your opinions on this?
Hello! I have a server that runs 24/7, and have recently started doing some stuff that requires scraping the web. The websites are detecting the server’s IP to not be residential though, and it’s causing issues.
I’d like to host a proxy server on the small server I have running 24/7 in my house, so that everything for that 1 page could be proxied through it. Does anyone have any idea how I’d set up a server like that? Thanks.
Hi, I've made a port of [catppuccin](https://github.com/catppuccin) for Lemmy. Might not be a unix rice, but thought this would be a good place to post it, since you can use it to fit it with your rices.
It works as a custom theme if you run an instance, and as a Stylus theme!
Hello everyone, I didn't really like the darkly lemmy theme, so I've decided to port Catppuccin Macchiato Pink.
You should be able to see it in action by going to [my instance](https://lemmy.neoney.dev), as I've set it to be the default there.
I've shared both the final CSS that you can use as a [custom theme](https://join-lemmy.org/docs/en/administration/theming.html) if you're an instance owner and as a theme for the [https://github.com/openstyles/stylus](Stylus) extension, and the `_variables.scss` file if you want to modify something using https://bootstrap.build