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mojoaar ,
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Could not have said it better myself.

mojoaar ,
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+1 on OCI free tier (ARM) - works like a charm. No need to spend those $5 a month of what OP want’s to do.

mojoaar ,
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Are running 2 Dell’s at home with Linux desktop on them. A 7280 and a 7480 model. Support for drivers etc just works. Dell get’s A+ from me in regards to ease of use with support for Linux. HP’s, not so much - what a struggle…

mojoaar ,
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We are using 845 G8/9/10/11 (AMDs) at work and from my testing with Ubuntu 22.04 LTS I have the opposite experience - nothing works. First problem as I recall (+1 year since I tested) was wifi driver problems.

mojoaar ,
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Maybe - but I seem to recall also checking out Debian testing also = no joy.

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I dont trust either in regards to my data - the same goes for Google and Meta for that matter 🙂

But in regards to what I saw in the WWDC video vs M365 Copilot, I have to say I’m looking forward to see what Apple brings in regards to functionality. To be specific it is the actions part I’m looking forward to see.

We have been POC’ing M365 Copilot at work and I have to say that for something they charge 30 dollars a month (with no ability to do actions) the feeling is: meeeh…

mojoaar , (edited )
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I would not go down the route of doing it myself. Take a look at something like: migadu if it is simple mail hosting you are looking for.

mojoaar ,
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Yeah, you a right. Didn’t read that requirement carefully enough.

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I personally just use NPM in front of all of the services I make available public. It’s easy and handles the let’s encrypt certificates also.

From my Ubiquity router I just have port 80 and 443 forwarded to the NPM.

mojoaar ,
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Instead of buying small VPS’s like this, why not just use OCI free tier? Their ARM compute performs pretty damn good.

Yes I know it’s Oracle (buuuuh), but this free tier/ARM compute is actually pretty good. Used it before to deploy stuff like Mastodon etc.

From the site:

Arm Compute Instance Arm-based Ampere A1 cores and 24 GB of memory usable as 1 VM or up to 4 VMs

Always Free 3,000 OCPU hours and 18,000 GB hours per month

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