It's a bit like an OS specifically designed for installing web apps. I use it and really like it.
Self-hosting made a bit easier.
My notes on Setting up YunoHost.
Truth: setting up Yunohost and using it to install Invidious, is easier than just installing Invidious by itself.
Interesting the default preference for subfolders rather than subdomains. I kind of prefer subdomains, but I feel like that's maybe just familiarity. Obviously some nice reverse proxy magic being set up by YunoHost too, would be interesting to look at that.
The way the YunoHost SSO straight in to NextCloud works is pretty sweet.
The fact YunoHost has the Anarchist Library as an app tells you something about its ethics :) (I think it's partly because it's building on top of Debian, which also bundles that library IIRC).
I check for updates via the YunoHost admin section (foo.bar/yunohost/admin/#/update) once a week. The System updates seem to just be whatever apt finds for updates. The Application updates are the apps you've installed via YunoHost.
Haven't got a good story for this yet. Just relying on Hetzner daily server backups for now.
3.1 In my garden
Notes that link to this note (AKA backlinks).
- free software governance
- Cloudron vs Yunohost
- Issue during YunoHost update: An error occurred during the signature verification
- Problem logging in to YunoHost after upgrade
- Self-hosting conundrum
- Self-hosting platforms
- Setting up YunoHost
- YunoHost Invidious upgrade gives "Not enough free space"
- YunoHost 'Corrupted YAML read'