My significant other and I got ourselves a new home server.
After playing with it for a week, I’ve decided that Hugo will indeed be the blog software I use for now.
While I very much liked the idea of Octopress generating static pages, I do not know enough Ruby to deal with problems I had after updating my base OS.
On customer site, I am quite often forced to use a Windows machine to access the Linux boxes I work on. This means I will not have an ssh-agent (nor a gpg-agent) running on the machine I’m sitting at (the Win box) and the Linux boxes I access via putty tend to have shared home directories.
Long story short, I need one agent per Linux box taking into account that I may have more than one login shell to the Linux box (i.e. multiple putty windows) and config files including the hostname.
from time to time I need to configure an apache httpd with Kerberos authentication, a quick braindump follows.
New SSL certificate.
This is an update of the post from 2013-09-13
While I do like Lennart’s blog posts on systemd, I waste way too much time finding specific articles. So here are my own links with post title.
Testing QR codes.