It took me a few tries but finally this blog is fully powered by hugo and gitea with drones.io \o/
2 days ago I played around again with Debian on my laptop and finally had a working gpg setup with minimal efforts. But an old friend of mine also returned - instant shutdown without any warnings. So I deceided to do a firmware upgrade to the latest available - which bricked my BIOS. No hint out of google helped so I decided to get me a refurbished ThinkPad X230 from LUXNOTE which will arrive tomorrow - sadly on the day after my last night shift so it will take some time to set it up and see how it´s going.
It took me a few tries but finally this blog is fully powered by hugo and gitlab (version control and CI/CD) \o/ One link that took me in the right direction
If you are using gpg2 instead of gpg then git will eventually throw an error about not being able to find your key or even the gpg binary. Just do a git config --global gpg.program gpg2 and add the following to your gitconfig [gpg] program = gpg2
Since I’ve not been using that much addons (apart from spam filter) and this blog is mostly a documentation bin for myself used for my daily/weekly/whatever findings/rants in/about the linux/windows world I decided to turn away from wordpress. Now I’m using vim and hugo to create and render a static blog - which is of course much faster than wordpress. I’m now using a git repo to track changes of this blog which is automatically built on the git server and rsync’ed to the webserver after a git push on my client.