NVM-Express user space tooling for Linux. Works like smartctl, but is nVME specific. Gives you much the same information.
In the Arch Community package repo.
A password manager/generator that takes a master password, a URL, a username, and optionally a serial number (for when you have to change passwords) and (re)generates the password for you. Requires no database or third party storage - the right password is always generated for you. Desktop versions, browser plugins, and a cli tool.
No notepad feature, so no storing your 2fa recovery codes there.
A leading cloud VPS and server provider in Europe, offering powerful and reliable services out of 5 global locations. Our mission is to provide the best possible experience to all of our Clients and make renting server infrastructure as easy and straightforward as it can be.
A bit less expensive than Digital Ocean but the specs are a notch or two above DO per price point. Terabytes of storage on-board seem to be the norm.
Raindrop.io is the best place to keep all your favorite books, songs, articles or whatever else you come across while browsing.
We're not trying to reinvent the wheel; we're working on a tool that does everything you expect from a modern bookmark manager.
Collections of links. Folksonomy tags. Filters. Finds duplicates and broken links for you. Full text search. Automatically makes copies of every page you bookmark to prevent link rot.
Unlimited bookmarks, collections, and devices indefinitely at the free level. Additional features (probably collaboration) at paid tiers.
Passky is simple password manager which works on a zero trust architecture. That means only user will be able to decrypt his passwords. So users can safely store their passwords on any server. That means if a server on where all passwords are stored get hacked, hacker won't be able to decrypt passwords and data on this server will be useless for him.
Dockerized webshit, but can be run outside of that context using official instructions for doing so.
REST API only. There are multiple clients for mobile devices, browser addons, and even a webapp.
A selection of adapters that let you plug Compact Flash cards into SCSI buses.
A curated list of services and alternatives that respect your privacy because PRIVACY MATTERS.
WebUI for smartd storage device monitoring. Parses output of smartctl, builds an easy to read dashboard for quick reference. Tries to be intelligent about how it does things. Consists of a collector and a dashboard.
A much more advanced disk usage utility for Linux. Reminiscent of htop in terms of how it displays things. All text mode. Responsive to terminal reconfigurations. Sortable. Can output JSON on demand.
Greyprints for 3d printing a modular hard drive rack. Modular. Mount a bunch of standard PC hard drives vertically. Bolt some fans onto the side to blow air across them and keep 'em cool. Seems like this would be an ideal setup to use with some hot-swappable drive connectors.
Downloaded to Windbringer. Fab, rivet into Leandra's chassis to replace the awkward steel drive backet that requires pulling out all the cards.
droppy is a self-hosted file storage server with a web interface and capabilities to edit files and view media directly in the browser. It is particularly well-suited to be run on low-end hardware like the Raspberry Pi. Responsive and realtime - use your browser. node.js unfortunately.
This library implements a simple "filesystem" inside an IMAP folder. The filesystem can be symmetrically encrypted (using the cryptography library's AES-128 Fernet construct), it supports concurrent readers/writers and file versioning. The motivation for this tool is that an IMAP account is the most commonly available form of standards compliant "cloud storage" available to the general public. This makes an IMAP account a compelling location for app backups or basic synchronization, and Mailfile's sister project, Mailpile, needs exactly such features.
FUSE compatible using fusepy.
Python v2.7, unfortunately.
A F/OSS alternative to Dropbox. Also seems to have some wiki functionality available. Written in Vala.
put.io is a service that takes care of downloading most of the things.
Really, really cheap cloud hosting. VM, bare metal, block storage, dedicated clouds. Data centers around the world. Claims 100% SLA and SSD storage. Multiple OSes, including Linux, OpenBSD, and you can upload your own.
LastPass users can add documents, PDF files, and images as attachments to Secure Notes . If there are files that you want to keep that shouldn’t be stored unencrypted on your machine or that need to be portable, then LastPass is the place to back them up.
First page of an explanation of building your own cloud infrastructure.
A personal storage server for storing blobs of data. Basically a dumptruck for posts, files, and whatnot. Search, browser, and visualize. Can be mounted as a file system using FUSE. Can back up socnet data. CLI and web UI.
Github repo: https://github.com/perkeep/perkeep
Publishing things on the Net for as long as the Net exists.
An open source utility for Windows (32 and 64 bit) that will securely erase files and directories on a Windows machine, in addition to scrubbing free space and OS-related temporary files that could leak information. It can even wipe an entire system if you need it.
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