Tag: reddit

YSK: Drag and drop YouTube links to VLC to play them without ads

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ YouShouldKnow), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Drag-drop youtube links to VLC and it will play them without ads and with the great player features included in VLC

NEW: reqman, it’s like postman, but without GUI … tests your rest apis with simple yaml files

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ Python), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. https://youtu.be/ToK-5VwxhP4 (one minute video) Reqman is a command-line based tool (available on all platforms), which let you test your rest apis, by describing your requests/tests in simple yaml files, […]

Free Dynamic DNS based on Cloudflare

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ selfhosted), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. http://bit.ly/3372Yrs

Hate loud office radio as much as my team does? We took matters into our own hands. [rant]

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ sysadmin), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. This is going to sound petty, but when the person in question doesn't listen to multiple requests to resolve the situation, you have to do something about it. Sorry […]

Leaving Fitbit, Export years of data to Apple Health?

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ fitbit), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Is there a way to export my Fitbit data to Apple health? I’ve been recommended Sync Solver but the description says only does daily syncs. I am looking for […]

Free compute instance on Oracle Cloud

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ selfhosted), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Didn't see this posted, but you can get two free compute instances on Oracle Cloud for an unlimited amount of time. https://www.oracle.com/cloud/free/

Best way to manage 100-200 Raspberry Pi?

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ sysadmin), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Hey r/sysadmin, ​ I am in the process of configuring a fleet of Raspberry Pi's and i am not sure how i want to remotely manage them. The Raspberry […]