LUP 316: Self-Hosted Secrets¶
- Air Date: 2019-08-27
- Duration: 55 mins 22 secs
About this episode¶
Safely host your own password database using totally open source software. We cover BitWarden, our top choice to solve this problem.
- Chris Fisher
- Wes Payne
- Brent Gervais
- Alan Pope
- Alex Kretzschmar
- Brent Gervais
- Dan Lynch
- Ell Marquez
- low-memory-monitor: new project announcement — low-memory-monitor, as its name implies, monitors the amount of free physical memory on the system and will shoot off signals to interested user-space applications, usually session managers, or sandboxing helpers, when that memory runs low, making it possible for applications to shrink their memory footprints before it's too late either to recover a usable system, or avoid taking a performance hit.
- Fedora Switching To The BFQ I/O Scheduler For Better Responsiveness & Throughput - Phoronix — Following Chromebooks switching to BFQ and other distributions weighing this I/O scheduler for better responsiveness while maintaining good throughput capabilities, beginning with Fedora 31 there will be BFQ used as well.
- Pinebook Preorders — Public #Pinebook Pro pre-orders start in the morning PDT (California, USA Time) August 25. The NEXT pre-order window will be mid-September; so don't worry if you won't get a pre-order now, it won't be a long wait for the next pre-order window.
- LINUX Unplugged - Blog - Summer Sprint 2019 — Working remotely certainly has its advantages and I love the ability to sit in the comfort of my own home doing work I’m passionate about. That being said, I think it’s equally important to spend time together in meat space. There really is nothing like looking across the table at your co-workers while you try to flush out new ideas, make important decisions, or just share a meal. Not to mention, Washington is beautiful this time of the year...
- Subscribe to Self Hosted — Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self hosters" who share their lessons and take you on the journey of their new ones.
- Self Hosted Coming Soon — Self Hosted Teaser
- OGGCAMP 19 - OggCamp 19 — We’re at The Manchester Conference Centre in the Pendulum Hotel near Picadilly Station the weekend of October 19th and 20th 2019.
- Jupiter Extras — New ideas, great interviews, events, and other content you will love. We bring you the Extras.
- Texas Cyber Summit — October 10th-12th, 2019 at the Grand Hyatt in San Antonion
- Kyle Spearrin's GitHub
- Behind the scenes with the Bitwarden password manager | Opensource.com — I've used password management tools for years. I became frustrated by the complexity and barrier to entry many of the existing solutions offered. There was also a lack of quality, open source solutions available. I thought things could be done better and that there was great value in doing so.
- Install Bitwarden for Linux using the Snap Store | Snapcraft — Bitwarden is the easiest and safest way to store all of your logins and passwords while conveniently keeping them synced between all of your devices.
- bitwarden/cli: The command line vault (Windows, macOS, & Linux). — The Bitwarden CLI is a powerful, full-featured command-line interface (CLI) tool to access and manage a Bitwarden vault. The CLI is written with TypeScript and Node.js and can be run on Windows, macOS, and Linux distributions.
- bitwarden/mobile: The mobile app vault (iOS and Android). — The Bitwarden mobile application is written in C# with Xamarin Android, Xamarin iOS, and Xamarin Forms.
- Bitwarden on F-Droid
- Bitwarden Password Manager on the App Store
- Bitwarden Password Manager - Apps on Google Play
- Bitwarden—Linux Apps on Flathub
- Import your data from LastPass | Bitwarden Help & Support
- Why should I trust Bitwarden with my passwords? | Bitwarden Help & Support
- What are organizations? | Bitwarden Help & Support
- dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs: Unofficial Bitwarden compatible server written in Rust — This is a Bitwarden server API implementation written in Rust compatible with upstream Bitwarden clients*, perfect for self-hosted deployment where running the official resource-heavy service might not be ideal.
- Starting a Container · dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs Wiki
- Manage your passwords with Bitwarden and Podman - Fedora Magazine — You can also sync your passwords across devices if you have a cloud-based password manager like LastPass, 1Password, or Dashlane. Unfortunately, none of these products are open source. Luckily there are open source alternatives available.
- Installing and deploying | Bitwarden Help & Support
- Bitwarden Completes Third-party Security Audit - Bitwarden Blog
- Wayland Buddies | LINUX Unplugged 315 : linuxunplugged — A lot of the "Wayland is really smooth" talk really means "Mutter is really smooth", since it's gnome-shell's compositor Mutter that has to implement everything which Xorg used to do.
- aguinet/usbtop: usbtop is a top-like utility that shows an estimated instantaneous bandwidth on USB buses and devices.
bfq, bitwarden, cloud, dan lynch, docker, fedora, foss, io scheduler, jupiter broadcasting, lastpass, linux podcast, linux unplugged, low-memory-monitor, memory pressure, oggcamp, oom, oomd, password managers, passwords, pine64, pinebook pro, podman, rust, self hosted, self hosted show, systemd, usb, usbtop, wayland