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[hosts] dnsutils.dig -> doggo
Stops pulling in dnsutils, which pulls in the entirety of bind. Instead
use doggo, and alias it appropriately.
2024-05-22 17:32:36 -04:00
data [] Update nextcloud-office 2024-05-11 00:49:24 -04:00
home [hosts] dnsutils.dig -> doggo 2024-05-22 17:32:36 -04:00
hosts [hosts] dnsutils.dig -> doggo 2024-05-22 17:32:36 -04:00
lib [data] Initialize data 2024-05-10 02:00:02 -04:00
modules [modules.forgejo-runner] Disable ipv6 in containers 2024-01-27 16:01:29 -05:00
oldconfig [oldconfig] Fix waybar css 2024-03-10 13:58:56 -04:00
overlays [meta] Flake updates 2024-05-22 17:00:28 -04:00
patches fix patch 2023-09-08 19:34:18 -04:00
pkgs [] Move radicale htpasswd from package to agenix file 2024-05-07 01:12:01 -04:00
users/thehedgehog [home] fix some more config stuff 2023-12-29 22:14:56 -05:00
.editorconfig [meta] Update editorconfig 2024-02-20 23:49:37 -05:00
.envrc [env] Update envrc 2024-01-11 11:59:50 -05:00
.gitignore marvin: Update storage 2022-05-10 15:05:44 -04:00
flake.lock [meta] Flake updates 2024-05-22 17:00:28 -04:00
flake.nix [meta] Flake updates 2024-05-22 17:00:28 -04:00 readme: some updates 2023-03-16 16:30:23 -04:00 [meta] Update todo list 2024-05-12 16:24:10 -04:00

PyroConf, a custom Nix config

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This is PyroNet's (relatively) production-grade NixOS config repo. It contains configurations for 3 different machines, as well as home-manager configurations.

I try to keep the configuration organized. All home-manager related items go in /home, host configurations go in /hosts, and custom packages are in /pkgs, among other folders.

My machines serve production infra for * domains. There are a few exceptions:

  • My blog, and the root domain which are served by OMG.LOL. I highly recommend their services, as you get a great domain name at a company that cares about you. If you do sign up, consider using my referral link, as I get 3 months of service credit if you sign up through it.

There are some services I run that many homelabs do not. They are:

  • Authoritative DNS for my domains, run on prefect.
  • A Tailscale tunnel from marvin to prefect which allows me to run services on marvin while having them be externally accessible.
  • Email services for my domains, also run on prefect, with all email data backed up hourly to marvin, ensuring data reliability.
  • Connections to the DN42 network, run on prefect.

I also run many typical homelab services, such as:


If you have any questions about any of the services I run, or would like to reach out, my contact info is on my profile here


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