Could You Please Tell Me Again How to Configure My OpenWrt?
Everytime a new OpenWrt release is out, I’ve the same
question: How do I upgrade and reconfigure my wireless access point the
exact same way it was before? Yeah, it sucks not being able to simply do a
sysupgrade or a
apt-get dist-upgrade and be done with it. But that’s
how it works with OpenWrt: when you upgrade to a major release version, the
configuration is gone.
FreeBSD on my workstation
About an year ago I tried to use FreeBSD on my laptop. The installation went just fine, I’ve installed the 13.0 release with encrypted root-on-ZFS. Then I went on configuring everything, getting a graphical window manager, a browser, the email client, etc. Unfortunately, even before I finished all that, I started to see occasional system freezes that would require an hard reboot to recover.
Trying Sphinx for Website
As I said in my previous (and initial!) post, I’m not really happy with Hugo for managing my website and blog. It somewhat does the
job and allowed me to finally put Camandro.org
online. But if I want to change something, I’ll need to dig into awful
html code. And… OK, I’ll say it: I hate markdown. There, I’ve
said it. Hence, I’ve started looking into Sphinx (look! even the name is cooler!).
Initial post and introduction
- Update: 2022-09-26
Here I am. Finally. After many years of using this camandro.org domain, I’ve finally decided it was time to use it for something other than email. I know personal websites aren’t really trendy these days, nor are blogs. But I’m not trendy myself. But hey! I’ve even joined a social network! I’m on mastodon. Ok, not really a trendy social network, but that’s something.