Rob Garth Mildly Useful Stuff

Running Jekyll/gh-pages locally

Running jekyll locally can be great for testing Github pages before pushing to your account, and it’s pretty simple. The following worked on fedora. This assumes you already have a gh-pages repo and you are in the toplevel directory of that repository.

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Resetting a Yubikey

I needed to reset a locked yubikey running in CCID (smartcard) mode, and came accross this Gist. https://gist.github.com/pkirkovsky/c3d703633effbdfcb48c.

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Cert testing from the command line

I am always forgetting openssl command-line options. Just some quick commands for testing the validity of ssl certs from the command line

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Using Google Drive as a backend for Duplicity

Dupicity can use Google Drive as a cloud backend for your Linux Workstation backups. The following works on Fedora.

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New Blog

I have been running a Wordpress blog on Redhat Openshift for several years. Recently Redhat’s free-tier was removed. I hadn’t updated the blog in a few years, so I decided to start fresh.

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