Trying to learn Ansible on Arch node I made a decision to purge Nginx
sudo systemctl stop nginx.servie
sudo pacman -Rnc nginx
sudo rm -rf /etc/nginx
Hoping that reinstalling nginx (or maybe nginx-mainline) would restore
sudo pacman -S nginx
To use ansible on the Arch based system, either for a local provision or on
the VPS such as Linode or Contabo to name the ones that I have tested,
these steps are required:
Install Community General Collection:
ansible-galaxy collection install community.general
Today marks the release date of the Gitea 1.14.0, only a few days after the
release of the patch version 1.13.7. Although 1.14.0 is a minor release
from the semver's perspective, it contains a lot of changes. I decided to
add comments on the Features I am the most excited about.
Fediverse is still an unknown for a lot of people. It is also unregulated
by no central entity and everyone can impose their own rules. Critics say
that such environment attracts actors that are thrown out of other
communities and that these actors are actually bad actors.
Most servers I connect to have the option PasswordAuthentication set to
no, meaning I do more often than not see an error:
Permission denied (publickey).
The reasons for this are multiple, but in my scenario, this happens because
there are no identities (keys) present in the SSH…
Performing my mundane periodic software package upgrade on a laptop I did
not expect anything spectacular to happen. The
Informant did not stopped the upgrade
due to some breaking news. There was no problem with mirrors, key
signatures, cyclic dependencies or incompatible package…
There is a feature in Gitea that got me a little puzzled recently.
At first, I thought it is related to Project Milestones (a Kanban Board in
Gitea). After clicking around at everything I have found, and even removing
all the boards and milestones, the icon with a progress bar p…