I have implemented a test irrigation system using a solar pond pump. My sunniest balcony has no power and I always forget to water. Now i just need an alert when the reservoir is getting low.
One of my older Trezor’s had a little hardware issue (USB port broke off). when i went to look for my paper backup, it was not where i expected. With no backup, I had no way to transfer the coins or tokens. This is essentially how coins get burned. Without access to the key, they aren’t your coins. it would be a shame to loose these assets, so i sought out a solution.
Luckily, i had some expert help. my guy, referred me to his guy. amazing work. Huge thanks to Bill, for averting catastrophe. now i am putting my new paper backup somewhere safe. (and somewhere else, also safe)
I’ve been automating SSL renewals for almost as long as i’ve been deploying them. for the most part, it is very smooth and easy to do. (thanks mostly to certbot and the hard work over at let’s encrypt) The trouble comes up with non publicly addressable servers and other custom setups. cough cough. . . Unifi. . . cough cough.
I recently discovered a tool that makes all those complicated setups as easy as the original certbot installs. acme.sh is that tool. two lines! not since screen have i regret any time i spent not using such a tool.
./acme.sh –renew -d “unifi.domain.com”
./acme.sh –deploy -d “unifi.domain.com” –deploy-hook unifi
I’m doing experiments with UTM to create a single purpose XP system with zero network access. in this picture, i am trying to fix a damaged system while simultaneously installing a fresh one. eventually got it working like a champ, and now it’s almost as portable as an app. Huge thanks to 4PCTechs for your insights and archive of ancient drivers!