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Connect Caddy to Porkbun

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Caddy offers a great web and proxy server experience with minimal configuration and automated TLS certificates. Learn how to connect Caddy to Porkbun to get TLS certificates by managing your DNS records for you automatically. 🐷


Quadlets might make me finally stop using docker-compose

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Sure, docker-compose is great, but could we get similar functionality using just the tools that are built into CoreOS? Can we get automatic updates, too? Yes we can! 📦

Deploy a containerized Ghost blog 👻

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Ghost delivers a great self-hosted blogging platform that deploys well in containers. Let’s deploy it on CoreOS along with Caddy. ️📝

CoreOS as a pet

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CoreOS provides a fast track to running containers with a light weight immutable OS underneath. This doesn’t mean that you can’t keep it around as a pet instance. 🐕

Second try at self-hosting Mastodon

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Although my first attempt at self-hosting Mastodon was a failure, I went back for a second attempt with docker-compose. 🧗‍♂️


docker-compose on Fedora CoreOS

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My go-to method for managing containers easily is still docker-compose. It works really well on Fedora CoreOS. 📦

Adventures with the mastodon herd

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Ongoing changes at Twitter led me to take a second look at mastodon, including running my own mastodon instance. 🐘

Mount NFS shares in kubernetes

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Access files over NFS within kubernetes pods with a quick volume mount. 🗄


Run Xorg applications with podman

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Package up graphical applications in containers and run them with podman. 🚢


Get faster GitLab runners with a ramdisk

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Many cloud providers give you lots of memory with each instance and you can speed up tests and builds by using a ramdisk.



Improving LXC template security

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I’ve been getting involved with the Fedora Security Team lately and we’re working as a group to crush security bugs that affect Fedora, CentOS (via EPEL) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (via EPEL).


Docker, trusted builds, and Fedora 20

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Docker is a hot topic in the Linux world at the moment and I decided to try out the new trusted build process.