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This is a work in progress and there is more to develop. Ideally, these are the features that it would have.
Your home-server does more than just apps – it’s intended to leap your tech world forward
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Capabilities & Features
The Eanix Home Server runs on Debian Linux and consists of an app store with the ability to automatically update and manage your apps, giving the home server a wide variety of capabilities and features. The possibilities are endless. We put you in control.
The higher the price, the more powerful the home server. All servers come with either an APU (Starter) or a GPU (Essentials to Dragon). These are necessary for some of the features that are available for the home server. The higher tiers also have increased storage, speed, and memory capacity and would be ideal for larger families. Dragon is the ultimate offering, capable of handling nearly anything you can throw at it including AI, with the potential to render a 30 second deep fake in a few hours. A process that would take 3+ days on older hardware such as an RTX 2070.
While the project is strongly based on open source software, a few exceptions have to be made to ensure quality and security. Below are the 3 main charges outside of any app that you purchase for use on your Eanix Home Server.