Anyone willing/able to give me some help with #yunohost ?
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[Poll] What do you use #YunoHost for?
Please *contact me*. All I need is the domain name, which EU Member State it's located in, and the rough topic of the instance. Approximate user count welcome, but not necessary.
Please help. This is important.
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So I've setup #algo on a free ec2 instance, and I've connected my home server #yunohost to it... But now I'm stuck about how to reach my server with its URL. I have the ports open on ec2, and ufw... But I'm not sure how to 'forward' them I guess? My home connection has a dynamic IP, handled by yunohost/dyndns. It's a miracle I've gotten this far, but can someone give me the next hint please? The whole point is so I can get a letsencrypt cert.
My tried and true android setup for years :)
Trying to get a letsencrypt cert, on a home server, with an ISP that blocks incoming port 80. DNS provided by #YunoHost, so I can't use DNS challenge method. What is my best option?
1. Migrate to a new (configurable) domain? (scared to do this)
2. Rent a VPS, run openVPN and forward all traffic through that? (would this even work?)
3. ? (You tell me)
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