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Welcome to Nebula Core!
Nebula Core is a privately owned an operated "cloud services" provider built and maintained by Victor Rossi, a hobbyist designer, photographer, and tech enthusiast. Nebula Core is the central component in a growing network of machines and services, and aims to reduce Nebula users' reliance on major cloud platform providers like Google or Amazon.
If you've got a Nebula account (formerly Catserver account), log in with your credentials in the upper right. Having an account allows you to access the full array of features and services offered by Nebula Core, and allows you to provide some feedback, if you see fit. It's pretty neato.
If you need an account, send me an email and I'll set you up. Due to limited resources, accounts are only provided to friends and family at this time.
Check out our new public Discord (link on the sidebar) and chat about tech, games, NebulaCore, or just share memes. Members also have access to a couple special channels that can automate downloads and, eventually, more!
2021-03-06: Discord! Bots! Automation!►
In other news, the site has been updated to PHP 8 for faster performance, and finally lives on a Linux server instead of my legacy XAMPP stack under Windows Server that I've been copy-pasting between machines for nearly a decade Everything seems to work, but let me know (via Discord!) if you find any bugs.
Every time I post on here I feel like I have to apologize to the ether for the months that have gone by. Despite being stuck inside for the most of the year, I haven't found the time (or, more accurately, motivation) to tackle any of the numerous upgrades this site's in desperate need of. Instead, I've mostly been playing around with my growing collection of Ubiquiti mFI sensors, exploring replication and high-availability VMs with Proxmox, and staying up until 3am growing stupid-sore playing Beat Saber.
2020-06-08: I finally did it! Login with Active Directory!►
Fixing the gaping security holes on this site...? Well, sorta. I've finally written the plugin for Nebula CMS that will allow authentication against my Active Directory domain controller. Honestly, I'm pretty stoked about it. My native authorization was weak at best, and having separate credentials for nebulacore.net and the various other AD-connected services (FTP, NextCl
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If you visit this site regularly (hi there, one person!), you'll have doubtlessly noticed it's been down quite a lot during the last few months. The reality of the situation is that NebulaCore's web services, used by primarily myself and just a couple other people, have taken a bit of a back-burner position to my desire to entirely change the way everything is set up from a software perspective. Around this time last year, I decided to commit to moving away from Windows Server as my primary host OS, mostly due to HyperV performance and stability issues, as well as complications using software like Docker under Windows.
2019-10-29: Someday I'll finish this project... but not today!►
I also wanted to try out something a little bit stupid, which is a very typically "me" thing to do, and try moving my main workstation into NebulaCore's hardware as a VM itself. This would allow me to save a bit on my power bill, since I'd typically only have the one machine running rather than two, and I'd be able to leverage the lar
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I've spent most of the day (so far) working on updating the Linux VM that hosts Nebula Foundry, NextCloud, Minecraft, etc to Ubuntu 18.04 "Bionic Beaver". While waiting for things to happen, which there's been quite a bit of, I threw together a new wallpaper like I used to do all the time back in the Catserver days. The image in my mind while creating it was that Omnimax pre-roll video that played before IMAX movies at OMSI back in the 90s, and it reflects, in a way, the kind of design influence I've been feeling lately. Here's the video I'm talking about: Youtube link
2019-03-05: New Nebulacore Wallpaper!►
Suitable for 4K and Ultrawide monitors. Click the image above to view or download.
I've moved again. Finally, this time, to an area where gigabit internet service is offered... sort of. Unfortunately, while my download speed is now theoretically one gigabit (actual performance varies), the fastest upload available from Comcast is 40 megabit. Actual measurements show it closer to 50, but regardless, this is hardly blazing. Still, at over 20mbps faster than my previous service, this should amount to a sizable difference for some services, particularly Plex. Technically 2gbps symmetrical is an option here as well, though unless you guys want to start pitching in on operating fees, at $299 per month is not particularly reasonable for me at the moment. I think I've got everything up and running, but as always, let me know if there's something I missed.
2019-02-12: Finally back online after the move! Now with improved speeds (and more)!►
In other news, last month I deployed a webapp to allow for password recovery of your Nebula Core services password. This still doesn't sync with Nebulacore.net, since this doesn't leverag
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