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Website Switched to Hugo

In my last post, I stated that within a few days, I would officially generate and publish the website using Hugo. I then proceeded to publish that post using Hugo. Close enough. If I remember correctly, I ended that post listing off a few tasks that I wanted to complete before switching the site (oops). Well… they’re complete now. Here’s how.


Transitioning Website to Hugo

While I have loved using Cryogen to create this website for over a year and a half now, I have started the transition to using another static website generator. Specifically, I have been experimenting with Hugo. This post will detail why I am switching, what I have ported over thus far, and what still needs to be completed before generating the official site with hugo.


Simple Reverse SSH Tunnels

Last week, I was on vacation with my family. While I didn’t work a ton on personal projects, I was at least able to spend some time on my TunelBeacon project again. I will write a dedicated post about that project down the road when I am further along. Basically, it will be a simple GUI to create reverse ssh tunnels, that family and friends can startup in order grant me temporary access to their computer when they need support.


Back to Solus

Well, that was faster than I expected. This past weekend, I wiped the Fedora installation on my main computer, and replaced it with Solus. My Fedora install broke, and I needed to use a Fedora Live CD to fix it. I thought that if I had to use a live CD to fix the issue, I might as well just do a clean install. With the idea of a clean install in my head… I thought (possibly influenced by my recent motivation to play with Go), that I might as well do the clean install with Solus


Dabbling with GO

After spending most of this month’s dedicated learning time working on system, server, and network activities, I have been itching to start some home programming again. To motivate myself, I even considered dabbling with a new programming language… and with very little internal debate, I decided to just Gopher it (I’m so sorry).