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I picked up a used Raspberry Pi 3, loaded Raspbian on 64 GB SD, a 128GB USB
stick, and loaded Synchronet and Mystic BBS packages on it.
I have pi-hole running in a proxmox cluster and may move it to the pi, since
I can plug it directly into my cable modem.
Are there any other ideas for Pi-friendly network servers on a home network?
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Kurt Weiske
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KW> From: snipped-for-privacy@f1.n70.z17885.fidonet.org (Kurt Weiske)
KW> I picked up a used Raspberry Pi 3, loaded Raspbian on 64 GB SD, a 128GB KW> USB stick, and loaded Synchronet and Mystic BBS packages on it.
KW> I have pi-hole running in a proxmox cluster and may move it to the pi, KW> since I can plug it directly into my cable modem.
KW> Are there any other ideas for Pi-friendly network servers on a home KW> network?
Try nextcloud if you have a NAS. Or a plex server
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Sean.Rima
Any linux machine made out of an old PC can serve NFS to a pi, or if you must, SMB.
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The Natural Philosopher
-=> The Natural Philosopher wrote to Kurt Weiske Any linux machine made out of an old PC can serve NFS to a pi, or if TNP> you must, SMB.
I have a fairly high-powered router running DD-WRT. I've got it sharing via SMB, and with an add-on, it'll support user-mode NFS. It's supposedly not as fast as kernel mode, but should do for my purposes - shared storage for Proxmox and the Pi.
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Kurt Weiske
You can run docker on the rPi 3. I note dockerhub has an image for pi-hole

Lots of other good server stuff on dockerhub, just check the images have an ARM version.
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Pancho

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