tag: software

  • Changing password managers, LastPass to Bitwarden

    ,  tagged software personal IT

    Converting from LastPass password manager to Bitwarden, or getting started with Bitwarden, there being no time like the present.

  • Hacking wakeup for USB and Bluetooth

    ,  tagged software ubuntu

    Getting reliable wakeup from suspend from bluetooth keyboard or USB mouse.

    Article incomplete; don't know where to put enable to make it sticky across reboot.

  • Docsy Theme to-do

    ,  tagged software hugo

    Converting the blog and projects site to Docsy Hugo theme.

  • New, new horses

    ,  tagged Blog Software Hardware

    Since we'll be travelling for the forseeable future, I decided to move the blog off the little server and up to Amazon Web Services, where it will be somebody else's problem to keep it running, accessable and online.

  • Wayland on Ubuntu (19.04)

    ,  tagged Software

    Initially, not seeing many problems, and kudos to the project teams who undoubtedly worked had to bring things to this level.

  • New Horses

    ,  tagged Hardware Software

    First, I succumbed to the lure of more screen space. Then, the Ryzen hype from AMD was just irresistible, and I succumbed again. And finally, I've ditched Windows for Linux (ubuntu). But I feel fine about it.

  • Wildcard cert via acme.sh

    ,  tagged Software

    New standard for single-tenant, multi-vdir sites: configure nginx as outer server with paths for each service; run the services as separate vdirs with whatever server they ship with; let nginx terminate the SSL sessions for all of the vdirs and run the service in HTTP. This is easier if you use a single wildcard cert for the domain.

  • NGINX supporting multiple services, doing TLS for all

    ,  tagged Blog Software

    My first direct engagement with Ngnix, employing its vaunted reverse proxy capability.

  • The Server Rebuild

    ,  tagged Blog Hardware Software

    [Update 28-Jun-2020: And now they're found! Running containerized Ghost changed the path to the images and I never had the patience till now to go looking. But it would be helpful if Ghost export would capture the images too...] [Update 20-jul-2019: Sadly, I've lost all the photos of the server components due to bad juju during an unintended blog rebuild. I can't immediately find backup copies, but will keep looking. They gave this post some real pizzaz!