Moved this blog to WordPress.com and shutting down my other web projects for now. In other news, I got GitLab up and running on HoneyDickII. Created my first projects but having some trouble getting them into Atom. I might have to learn what ever Atom is extended in just so I can have a nice … Continue reading Moved … Change is in the winds
I heard about this online tool on MageTalk and gave it a spin ... not the best score 😦 Will need to improve it.
I read a few blogs but none were too helpful. I asked in the IRC chat, was some what helpful. So, this is how you can download content from UE4 marketplace and add them to your UE4:Linux. It involves Win10, so I hope you have a local copy. Boot into Win10 Download and install Unreal … Continue reading UE4:Linux and adding downloadable content
Recently, I learned that you are not suppose to leave laptops plugged in all the time ... I the SMRT! It was time for new a laptop and I was looking at switching back to Linux. Been using OSX for the last few years. It was weird, booting a computer into Windows 10 when the … Continue reading Time for a new laptop
I picked up a nVidia TX2 a few months ago. I haven't had too much time to play with it.
As Magento has raised in popularity and use, more bad guys are going after it. Thanks to people way smarter than I, we meow have some tools to help protect ourselves: https://magento.com/security/best-practices/detect-malware-new-discovery-rules
If you've been using Let's Encrypt for you SSL, you have been probably using the older './letsencrypt-auto --update' method of renewing your certs but LE has teamed up with CertBot to make renewal even easier. If you are using Debian Jessie, here are the commands (assuming using Nginx): apt-get install certbot certbot renew --dry-run /etc/init.d/nginx stop certbot renew