How To Create A Reusable Proxmox Template

Allowing you to spin up multiple cloned VMs

April 25, 2024 · 4 min · Greg Hilston

Local LLMs, AI Agents, and Crew AI, Oh My!

A walk through of how I run LLMs locally, in a Crew-like fashion.

April 19, 2024 · 8 min · Greg Hilston

How To Self Host A LLMs Web UI

How to self host a web UI to interact with LLMs, local or remote

April 18, 2024 · 2 min · Greg Hilston

How To Self Host LLMs (like Chat GPT)

How to easily run local LLMs

April 17, 2024 · 3 min · Greg Hilston

How to Dockerize JupyterLab

A full example of this repository can be found on my Github here. I often find myself exploring data using Python, Jupyter Lab, Pandas and various graphing programs. This has caused me to want to have a light weight, easy to use, and portable approach to standing up these tools. In the past, I have found myself using tools like pyenv to install a desired version of python for each project....

April 2, 2024 · 4 min · Greg Hilston

How To Downgrade Rounds The Game to Maintain Mod Compatibility

Mod compatibility was broken by a new update…

March 24, 2024 · 2 min · Greg Hilston

How I Survive Power Outages

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March 1, 2024 · 6 min · Greg Hilston

How To Self Host A Palworld Dedicated Server

Using Docker

January 23, 2024 · 3 min · Greg Hilston

Setting Up A Reverse Proxy

We’re going to leverage Docker, Cloudflare DNS, and Caddy to set up a reverse proxy for our home-lab, which is both easy to configure, and automatically handles SSL certs for us. Previously, I used Nginx Proxy Manager, but I’ve grown to not love this application, as its both difficult to have your configurations live in code, as well to have SSL certifications both be made, and renewed automatically. Additionally, I previously used Namecheap DNS, as my domains are registered there, but I have found their API to be less then desirable....

January 1, 2024 · 3 min · Greg Hilston

Caring For Your Sourdough Starter

I’ve been maintaining a sourdough culture since early 2020. It’s lived in three different homes, and has been driven across the entire country. I’m always trying to convince anyone to get into baking bread, and frequently give away part of my culture, so someone else can begin enjoying sourdough bread. This post is being written so I can share how to take care of one’s sourdough with friends and family. Everything I’m about to write can be more formally learned by following the wonderful King Arthur sour dough recipe, which all of this is based on....

September 15, 2023 · 2 min · Greg Hilston