On my neverending journey of finding balance between usability, battery life and privacy I've set a new course. I started experimenting with Docker. For a long time I didn't want to touch it with 10 feet paddle, all because I thought it was super complex. Geehz, was I wrong.
Fast forward two weeks. While fiddling around trying to merge my containers into one docker compose yaml file, I suddenly felt the resamblance with writing good ole' batch files in MS DOS. I got quite handy with those back in the day. Whipped up custom fonts and ASCII colours in them. All of those hours researching for just a fancy start-up menu post-boot I could present to my Dad. Updating it every couple of weeks 🙈
<script> var apiKey = "ddf588929e9305aa72c48ab2a9"; var tweetBtn = false; </script>
version: "3.8" services: proxy: image: nginx:latest container_name: proxy network_mode: "bridge" environment: - TZ=Europe/Amsterdam dns: - 126.96.36.199 volumes: - /home/docker/proxy/nginx.conf:/etc/nginx/nginx.conf - /home/docker/proxy/nginx/stream.log:/etc/nginx/stream.log - /home/docker/proxy/nginx/server.log:/etc/nginx/server.log - /home/docker/proxy/nginx/error.log:/etc/nginx/error.log - /home/docker/proxy/nginx/nginx.pid:/var/run/nginx.pid - /home/docker/proxy/nginx/cache/:/etc/nginx/cache sysctls: - net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=0 ports: - 555:555/udp restart: unless-stopped