What is Hugo?
Hugo is “The world’s fastest framework for building websites”. You can learn more here.
Simplified it takes your input files, which are formatted using the Markdown syntax, and a template and creates a ready to upload website from that.
After editing the changes can be previewed locally by using
hugo server --disableFastRender --ignoreCache
which will provide a http server that serves the website on
localhost. Once satisfied the output of the
public folder is pushed to the webserver and the changes are live immediately.
Recently I needed to build mesa on my OrangePi One Plus to get the most out of the current Panfrost support. However the building always failed because the board locked itself up. Some research showed that it most likely ran out of memory.Continue reading
In first place two things came to my mind:
- is there a source code available as there is proabably no chance that there are arm binaries out there?
- if so will it compile on arm64 since it lacks of compat to armhf? Running stuff native is more awesome anyways.
Well I gave it a shot and it have to say it is working nicely:
And done. pic.twitter.com/CaRzwv2xY6— Ben Zucker 🇺🇦 (@DieZuckerbude) April 4, 2020
…moved to a fresh VPS using Debian 10 as OS. Also IPv6 is now configured and available.
The mailserver stuff has been discarded. Too much effort to maintain for way too less throughput.
…as every year, James!
Gesundes neues Jahr!
Sending a message to a webmaster with his public key… The idea behind this I actually got from an April fools released by c&t magazine. To cut a long story short they claimed that weak GDPR phrasing could be a reason that common letter post might need to be properly encrypted. They even provided a tool that extracts a websites public key use it to encrypt a provided message.
Anyway. I was thinking how I could use this to send webmasters encrypted messages when they do not offer public keys emailing. And for some reason I do not was to ask them for keys. Maybe because I am incredibly clever and shy at the same time … never mind.
To get a basic understanding how symmetric and asymmetric encryption - to say the relationship between public and private keys - works just watch this video. I started adding captions in English. Hopefully they will be released into the wild soon.
THX @dunkelmunkel Feel free to watch more of his videos 😉Continue reading