Over the years since hearing about Urbit in 2017 I have deployed Urbit planets, moons, and comets in various ways: locally, VPS, Raspberry Pi, Docker, and Port. The only way left for me was deploying it on a Kubernetes (K8s) pod. Typically I would not even think about deploying anything
I recently began migrating all my services (Prometheus, Grafana, Collabora, Home Assistant, Nextcloud, Redis, Node-red and PiHole) off of dedicated Raspberry Pis/make shift server devices to my 4 Node Raspberry Pi 4 K3s cluster. It took a mad amount of time, reading, tinkering, and troubleshooting but I was able
So you've just deployed Urbit on your local server and now you realize you want to to be able to access Urbit anywhere. You've heard of Tailscale, an amazing VPN solution that allows you to access Urbit but you do not want a VPN solution. You want your Urbit externally
What is Urbit or Arvo? Urbit OS is another name for Arvo; they can be interchanged similar to Mac and Apple. Urbit OS or Arvo are an operating system. Will it replace Windows Mac OS, or Linux? No, it will not. Think of Urbit as a gateway to a new
Urbit is a decentralized personal server platform. It has been in existence since 2013 the platform is written in Nock, Hoon. They are currently having a online launch party tonight. This is the link to the launch.