GoatCounter is an open source web analytics platform available as a hosted service (free for non-commercial use) or self-hosted app. It aims to offer easy to use and meaningful privacy-friendly web analytics as an alternative to Google Analytics or Matomo.
I am going to walk you through running GoatCounter on OpenBSD. This approach utilizes the built in Let’s Encrypt and SQLite support, so extra setup pertaining to certs or a larger relational database system like Postgres is not necessary.
This guide was made on OpenBSD 6.8. No steps should change between OpenBSD versions.
I go over how to setup a Miniflux server on OpenBSD. Miniflux is a minimalist and opinionated RSS feed reader.
These steps should apply to OpenBSD 6.8 or greater.
I go over how to setup a Syncthing server on OpenBSD. Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program. It synchronizes files between two or more computers in real time, safely protected from prying eyes.
This guide will help you connect to Pritunl OpenVPN server from pfsense.
NZBHydra is a meta search for NZB indexers. It provides easy access to a number of raw and newznab based indexers. You can search all your indexers from one place and use it as indexer source for tools like Sonarr or CouchPotato.