Originally posted on my gemini capsule
SDF comes to your pocket: meet Termux
Recently, I stumbled across Termux. It is a combination of terminal emulator and apt based package manager which makes it possible to do development related stuff right at your fingertips everywhere you go.
What you can do …Read more...
beastie is finally up
beastieis a new accessible host inside sdf clusters which uses OpenBSD as the OS and same
$HOMEdirectory as other sdf's hosts.
beastieis great, frequent fsync errors may occur randomly because there are chances that NFS mount shared between sdf clusters is being …
On my previous post about
beastie, I wrote my experience with OpenBSD on sdf.org. So far my experience is awesome. Everything works as expected, with small glitch about sdf file server.
The problem(s) encountered on beastie
When writing text file withRead more...
vim, at the point when I …
Originally posted on my gopher site.
When I opened my email on some forgotten time, I got an invitation to try a shiny new host with sdf features but built with a different os.
The hostname is
It has different ssh public key thanRead more...
Here at sdf.org, various thing can be done. Securing email communication with either gpg or s/mime is possible. Why bother? Well, because the standard exists and it's fun.
Obtaining S/MIME certificate
For this to work, a client certificate is needed. Go ahead to your favorite Certificate …Read more...