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  • I used option 1 (KeePass synced to Google Drive) for years. It’s nice that you know you have control of your passwords at all times, and as long as you can access your cloud storage account and can download a KeePass app, you can get your passwords. It works reasonably well most of the time, but I was consistently running into edge cases that weren’t as smooth as I’d have liked (mostly apps on Android)

    I switched to vaultwarden (option 3), and immediately fell in love with things mostly just working. However, since I was hosting it out of my house, I had a bit of a disaster recovery problem. If i had say a fire, I could easily lose all copies of my vault, which would be… suboptimal.

    After reviewing the options, I switched to straight bitwarden. I’ve been happy with the experience, and once I have disposable income, I plan to get pro long enough to have emergency contacts available so my family can still get important passwords in case of the worst.

    All options have their pros and cons, but IMO password storage is something that deserves to be given proper consideration.




  • I’m using this portable monitor but it is kind of finicky, and I worry it’ll break easily. It’s the biggest one I could find at a reasonable price, and happens to fit my backpack.

    I’ve used it with my 3440x1440 freesync monitor at home, and it works as well, but like anything, whether you can game at that resolution is very dependant on the specific game and settings you use.

    I’ll add, because the deck doesn’t have thunderbolt, plan on using HDMI instead of type c. It’s possible you can find a type c (non-thunderbolt) dock that supports powering and driving a monitor over type c along with the deck, but I wasn’t able to find one.






  • What do you mean by opposite position?

    That there’s an overlap between people who think “climate change is manmade and requires systematic change to overcome” and also “terraforming Mars is a laudable long term goal, but can’t be done at the expense of the earth”?

    Yeah, there’s a lot of overlap there, it’s not particularly hypocritical.


  • MajinBlayze@lemm.eetoMemes@lemmy.mlSpace Karen's fans be like
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    10 months ago

    More the other way around, I know a surprising amount of climate change deniers that think we need to colonize Mars to save the human race.

    I’m not trying to say it can’t or it shouldn’t be done, but it has to be both. We have to find a way to live sustainably and also expand.





  • MajinBlayze@lemm.eetoSelfhosted@lemmy.worldAmount of RJ45 Ports on Home Server?
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    11 months ago

    Are you confusing “ports” with “interfaces”? I can see that happening since we do colloquially refer to both as ports depending on context.

    Each service will bind to it’s own “port” which is tied up by that service. However each interface (the external physical connection) supports like 65,000 software ports.

    So in practice, no, you don’t usually need more than one physical network connection to run multiple services.