The Synology now comes with a built in “Let’s Encrypt” client, but unforunately it only supports HTTP-01 challenge, which means if you want to use it you need to open up your Synology to the Internet. The Internet is a scary place, so we’re going to use the DNS-01 challenge to validate we own our domain name.
I recently installed Ubuntu on an old Mac Mini, and I ran into a problem where I couldn’t get a bluetooth keyboard to wake the device (actually a Harmony Hub remote, but it presents itself as a bluetooth keyboard). I did some digging and found this offline page which describes a method for enabling wake-from-suspend for USB devices. This is an attempt at slightly simplifying this.
Here’s what I do when I want to set up a Jest on a React project.
There’s lots of various writeups out there on how to do this, but this one is mine. In this article, we’re going to explore setting up Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi, and tunnel all our DNS queries to CIRA’s “Canadian Shield” DNS service using
cloudflared. Since I’m using CIRA as my DNS provider, I thought I’d also set this up in an official CIRA Raspberry Pi case:
I’ve been meaning to learn how to use jscodeshift for a while. Today we’re going to use jscodeshift to convert some old React 15
ref="container"code to some new React 16
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