A number of times, I want to create a Window Subsystem for Linux instance out of a Docker container.
The main reason for doing something like this is when a particular Linux version is not available for
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But today, when I tried to log in from the browser extension, I kept getting an error.
Searching in the forum, I found the issue – I had to update the Vaultwarden server.
Since I was running Vaultwarden as a Docker container, and I had run the docker command directly, so I decided to create a
docker-compose.yml file instead this time.
After installing the CloudBeaver as a Docker instance, I was trying to connect to the Postgres instance which I was running on my local machine.
In the HOST field, I tried with
localhost which obviously wouldn’t work since that refers to the VM itself.
After some searching I found that to connect to the host, I need to set the connection as
I have been using LastPass for password management since like forever.
I became a paid customer in 2014. It was initially $1/month. Then it got hiked to $2/month and currently it stands at $3/month. That’s $36/year which was working out too much for me.
Furthermore, the free option is limited to a single type of device. Since I wanted to use it across desktops and mobiles, there was no option except for the $3/month plan.
I had been looking at bitwarden for quite some time now but read that it’s too resource heavy. I then came to know of biwarden_rs which is a rewrite of bitwarden in Rust and compatible with upstream Bitwarden clients. I had then forgotten about this for some time until I head the news of it being renamed to vaultwarden via a Reddit thread.Continue reading