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Server Software

Guides for those who want to free themselves from the monopolistic and proprietary world of modern internet services. Run your own independent server to help yourself and others.

Monero Node
Contribute to the Monero network by hosting a copy of the blockchain.

Blocky DNS
A secure DNS server that blocks ads.

A commenting server for your self-hosted blog

TOR Daemon
Run a relay or a service on the largest anonymizing network.

Voice call with friends, even over Tor/I2P.

A simple guide to installing and using the Mongo Database.

Mine Monero on the decentralized P2Pool network.

Matrix Dendrite
A faster server implementation of Matrix written in Go.

Matrix Synapse
Host your own federated messaging server using the Matrix protocol.

Host static websites, services over HTTP(S) and more.

A STUN and TURN server that allows users to perform WebRTC calls while being behind NATs.

A collection of guides on installing and managing SQL databases on the server.

A simple imageboard engine written in PHP.

Host your own DNS server to block ads and social media.

A minimalist XMPP chat server.

A chat server based on XMPP.

Your own self-hosted video-site, also compatible with Activity Pub.

Client Software

Consider these guides “for the home”; anything and everything you can do on a desktop or laptop, without having to run your own server. Configuration and customization any home user may find useful.

KISS Linux
A minimal source-based Linux distribution.

Encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify messages and files.

NVIDIA on Linux
A simple guide on how to use NVIDIA on Linux.