I’m a gitea user for a long time now. Gitea is a nice application to build your own light and fast version of git hosting services like GitHub or GitLab. Gitea has one problem thought. It doesn’t update automatically. A issue for that is open nearly 2 years: https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/518#issuecomment-441742904 If there is one thing that I really hate, it is that a security sensible web application doesn’t update automatically. Because of that I have begun to write a update script for gitea before 4 months.
After installing FreeBSD to my workstation, I wanted a desktop environment. I’ve installed gnome3 after reading the official documentation https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/x11-wm.html. But nothing has worked. So, I installed the nvidia-driver for my two GPUs. The first documentation I’ve found is from “7.3-RELEASE”: https://docs.freebsd.org/doc/7.3-RELEASE/usr/share/doc/en/articles/compiz-fusion/nvidia-setup.html. (I use 11.1-RELEASE) Don’t use that documentation to make your settings in /boot/loader.conf! There stands: nvidia_load="YES" And that’s simply not right for the newest driver! You should enter the following line:
Yesterday I have installed FreeBSD alongside to a existing Windows 10 instance on my Workstation. Today, I want to show you how to do it. Prerequisites My setup is a SSD with Windows 10 already installed and more than 100 GB free space. Procedure Install FreeBSD normally (but pay attention to use the free space for freebsd during the partitioning). After the install, you can switch to the shell to take final settings.
I bought a APU2C4 Board (from the swiss company “PC Engines GmbH”) and multiple components because I want to build a custom pfSense router. I’ve ordered the device several weeks ago and haven’t used it until now. That’s because I made a few mistakes (which i want to write now): First Mistake: I used a power supply with 12V and 2A from china. Visible by: The LED on the back of the device blinks 5 times - then no more again.
I’ve already using different blog systems like WordPress and Ghost, but this is my try to start a blog in english about personal and development topics with Jekyll. Maybe is the domain not my best choice (.de is the domain for germany), but as I haven’t any project on it, I will use it. I will be using GitHub as hosting service. That will have a few great side effects: you can download my whole blog via git clone, in the same way you could mirror my blog and if you want to notified when a new change happens, you could subscribe my Blog via the “Watch” Function of GitHub.