[ QPKG Integration] - Based on BitWarden_rs
MariadDB embedded running on port 23309
use port 8000 HTTP
disable all ADBlock on webrowser (or create rules)
prefix install : /opt/Bitwarden
for HTTPS unset in startup file (for LetsEncrypt for myqnapcloud) and HTTPS will go over port 8000
Note: building the Vault needs ~1.5GB of RAM. On systems like a RaspberryPI with 1GB or less, please enable swapping or build it on a more powerful machine and copy the directory from there. This much memory is only needed for building it, running bitwarden_rs with vault needs only about 10MB of RAM
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