You can still use bcrpytjs on raspbian but you would need to lower the bcrpyt_rounds setting from the default 12.
Yeah, either lower the rounds, or if you don't mind compiling it (npm does it automatically), use bcrypt instead.
@meetdilip Ya, it's not up to date on http://www.techiewiz.in/ is it NodeBB 0.4.x? then you can run npm update nodebb-plugin-emoji-extended to update. after server-restart a link should be within composer-help.
To expand on @pitaj's reply --
Correct, there is no difference in the code between the hosted version and the open source version. However, the hosted version does come with support ticket access and scheduled upgrades are free as part of the monthly fee.
We also handle set-up/install, as well as scheduled backups of the data both locally and externally.