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Ldap-auth(https://github.com/nginxinc/nginx-ldap-auth) software is for authenticating users who request protected resources from servers proxied by nginx. It includes a daemon (ldap-auth) that communicates with an authentication server, and a webserver daemon that generates an authentication cookie based on the user’s credentials. The daemons are written in Python for use with a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication server (OpenLDAP or Microsoft Windows Active Directory 2003 and 2012).

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|------------------------------------------------- | General Information |------------------------------------------------- Linkwarden is a self-hosted, open-source collaborative bookmark manager to collect, organize and archive webpages. The objective is to organize useful webpages and articles you find across the web in one place, and since useful webpages can go away (see the inevitability of Link Rot), Linkwarden also saves a copy of each webpage as a Screenshot and PDF, ensuring accessibility even if the original content is no longer available. Additionally, Linkwarden is designed with collaboration in mind, sharing links with the public and/or allowing multiple users to work together seamlessly. |------------------------------------------------- | Register for an Account |------------------------------------------------- After the start of the Container you need to Sign up for an Account in your own Application. |------------------------------------------------- | SSO/OAuth Integrations |------------------------------------------------- Here are all the SSO/OAuth integrations Linkwarden has -> https://docs.linkwarden.app/self-hosting/sso-oauth

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This simple container will update a namecheap dynamic dns domain. You must set an 'A + Dynamic DNS Record' for the host and enable Dynamic DNS in the manage page for your domain. For more info see: https://www.namecheap.com/support/knowledgebase/article.aspx/29/11/how-do-i-use-a-browser-to-dynamically-update-the-hosts-ip/

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Previously PiAlert - this can be installed in the same config directories The system continuously scans the network for New devices, New connections (re-connections), Disconnections, "Always Connected" devices down, Devices IP changes and Internet IP address changes. Scanning methods are: Method 1: arp-scan. The arp-scan system utility is used to search for devices on the network using arp frames. Method 2: Pi-hole. This method is optional and complementary to method 1. If the Pi-hole DNS server is active, Pi.Alert examines its activity looking for active devices using DNS that have not been detected by method 1. Method 3. dnsmasq. This method is optional and complementary to the previous methods. If the DHCP server dnsmasq is active, Pi.Alert examines the DHCP leases (addresses assigned) to find active devices that were not discovered by the other methods. NOTE: remember to set the scan subnets in the pialert.conf, or in the settings UI. It can take up to 15 minutes for the first scan, subsequent scans are much quicker

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NetBird-Client

Network ServicesManagement

NetBird is an open-source VPN management platform built on top of WireGuard® making it easy to create secure private networks for your organization or home. The NetBird Client application (or agent) is a software that is installed on your machines. It is an entry point to you private network that makes it possible for machines to communicate with each other. Once installed and registered, a machine becomes a peer in the network and can be managed from a self-hosted or cloud daashboard. Note: This is not neccessary to install if you just want the server stack.

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NetBird-Dashboard

Network ServicesManagement

NetBird is an open-source VPN management platform built on top of WireGuard® making it easy to create secure private networks for your organization or home. The Dashboard service provides a user friendly interface for management of peers and the overall network. Look at the "Additional Requirements" for the other two parts of the server stack.

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NetBird-Management

Network ServicesManagement

NetBird is an open-source VPN management platform built on top of WireGuard® making it easy to create secure private networks for your organization or home. The Management service is the central coordination component for NetBird. It keeps the network state, public Wireguard keys of the peers, authenticates and distributes network changes to peers. Look at the "Additional Requirements" for the other two parts of the server stack.

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NetBird-Signal

Network ServicesManagement

NetBird is an open-source VPN management platform built on top of WireGuard® making it easy to create secure private networks for your organization or home. The Signal Service or simply Signal is a lightweight piece of software that helps peers to negotiate direct connections. It does not store any data and no traffic passes through it. Look at the "Additional Requirements" for the other two parts of the server stack.

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Netbootxyz(https://netboot.xyz) is a way to PXE boot various operating system installers or utilities from one place within the BIOS without the need of having to go retrieve the media to run the tool. iPXE is used to provide a user friendly menu from within the BIOS that lets you easily choose the operating system you want along with any specific types of versions or bootable flags.

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Netbox(https://github.com/netbox-community/netbox) is an IP address management (IPAM) and data center infrastructure management (DCIM) tool. Initially conceived by the network engineering team at DigitalOcean, NetBox was developed specifically to address the needs of network and infrastructure engineers. It is intended to function as a domain-specific source of truth for network operations.

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NginxProxyManager-CrowdSec

Network ServicesManagement, Web, Other, Other, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

This is a drop in replacement for jlesage/nginx-proxy-manager This fork includes the OpenResty Crowdsec Bouncer Please see the crowdsec_support branch for the changes as Nginx Proxy Manager (NPM) allows adding proxy hosts through a password-protected multi-user WebUI. Add free Let's Encrypt SSL certificates to secure your web services. They are renewed by NPM automatically. Default login: [email protected] Password: changeme

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Observium is an autodiscovering network monitoring platform supporting a wide range of hardware platforms and operating systems. Directions: /config : this path is where Observium will store its PHP config file and the database which contains data for users, devices, and data. /opt/observium/logs : this path is where Observium will store its logs. /opt/observium/rrd : this path is where Observium will store its Round-Robin Database (RRD) data.

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A docker image to run OpenLDAP, The container default log level is info. Available levels are: none, error, warning, info, debug and trace. To use this container with phpldapadmin, create a custom network that both containers are on and then link them using --link openldap:PHPLDAPADMIN_LDAP_HOSTS in the extra parameters of the phpldapadmin docker container (which should be equal to HOSTNAME in this container). Any other docker that wants to use LDAP credentials will need the same extra parameter including Let's Encrypt if you are using linuxserver.io's ldap-auth container.

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Portainer consists of two elements, the Portainer Server, and the Portainer Agent. Both elements run as lightweight Docker containers on a Docker engine. Portainer uses the Portainer Agent container to communicate with the Portainer Server instance and provide access to the node's resources.

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Portainer Business Edition is a fully featured service delivery platform for containerized applications that can be used to manage single and multi-cluster Docker, Swarm, Kubernetes and ACI environments. It is designed to be as simple to deploy as it is to use. The application allows you to manage all your orchestrator resources (containers, images, volumes, networks and more) through a ‘smart’ GUI and/or an extensive API. Notes: • If you would like to extend the capabilities of Portainer, getting extra features over containers, networks, volumes and images, you will need to install the Portainer Agent separately. Search for 'Portainer-Agent' in the Community Apps. • This container needs a license to operate, for additional information on obtaining a FREE license visit https://www.portainer.io/pricing/take5

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Portainer is a lightweight management UI which allows you to easily manage your different Docker environments (Docker hosts or Swarm clusters). Portainer is meant to be as simple to deploy as it is to use. It consists of a single container that can run on any Docker engine (can be deployed as Linux container or a Windows native container, supports other platforms too). Portainer allows you to manage all your Docker resources (containers, images, volumes, networks and more) ! It is compatible with the standalone Docker engine and with Docker Swarm mode.

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This container (based on PostgreSQL 16) is specifically configured for seamless integration with the Immich container, which requires PostgreSQL equipped with pgvecto a robust Postgres extension enabling vector similarity search functions. The specific version used is tensorchord/pgvecto-rs:pg16-v0.2.0 Configuration Parameters POSTGRES_PASSWORD - Superuser password. Default postgres Note -- If you change this value, remember to update it in the Immich container configuration as well. POSTGRES_USER - Username for the superuser. Default postgres Note -- Alterations to this setting should also be mirrored in the Immich container. POSTGRES_DB - Default database. Default: postgres Note -- Any change here should be replicated in the Immich container configuration. Storage Data and Configuration Path: /mnt/user/appdata/postgresql_immich This is the directory where Postgres stores its application data and configuration files. Network Port 5433 This port is mapped from the default PostgreSQL port 5432 to avoid conflicts if another PostgreSQL container is using the default port.