Let's consider some examples of how to get the package file names and paths
on Arch based system. Let's start with the command that is a
bread-and-butter, pacman package manager.
Determine which package(s) own a file
To find out which package owns a file, two very similar approac…
This post is a sequel to my
previous post. The post demonstrated how
to setup HTTPS for Nginx by obtaining a certificate via 3rd party client
called acme.sh. There is also some basic underlying theory about these
terms. Consider reading it if feeling uncertain.
Start by creating …
Modern Internet is full of encryption. In many ways, using encryption is
still optional, although non-encrypted communication of any form is getting
rarer every day. There are factors that contribute to this trend. As a
specific example, some top-level domains, like .app or .dev,…
Steps below explain to keep the forked version up to date with the upstream
branch of a forked repository. I know this was already documented many
times, but I was struggling with it for some time, until I have found the
workflow that suits me the best, so I documented it.
Since Arch, Nginx and Ansible are already all pretty mature tools by
themselves, I though that installing Nginx on Arch system using Ansible
playbook would be a matter of seconds. But judging from an actual
experience, it is a little bit harder.
ansible nginx role do…
I wanted to finally start getting into signing my commits, mainly because
among any other reasons, it increases the overall confidence in my work.
With the GitHub's decision to display a yellow warning stating Unverified
near the commit list, the trend towards signing will almost…
Do you ever actually feel fatigue? How do you think about it?
What is a fatigue?
The definition that fits the term fatigue in the discussed context the
most, found on lexico.com:
A lessening in one's response to or enthusiasm for something, caused by
If I had to i…