at the end of last year, our shower stopped working correctly… long story short, this led to the bright idea that we should rip out the shower and put in a tub. which gave me this…
- misl, docker
now that i have a slimmed down image from the previous post lets get it up and running as a service. i did not do any reading before trying this so i took the working
docker runexample from earlier post and jumped straight in with…
- misl, docker, dotnet-core, aspnet, raspberry-pi
after getting a working image, i pushed the image to docker hub. i then copied the guidmaker.pfx to my raspberry pi:
- misl, docker, dotnet-core, aspnet
as i learn docker, and with my professional life working primarily in the microsoft ecosystem, i have read many blogs, articles, and tutorials. these have been educational, yet i continue to run into issues and nuances as i work to move a dotnet core aspnet app into a container. i am documenting these here as i run into them.
- misl, pi-hole, raspberry-pi
my home network started off 15 years ago with a dsl connection, wifi access point, and two computers. since then, the kids have grown, the devices have multiplied, one wan connection has become two, and the home routinely burns through 1.5 terabytes of bandwidth per month.
working to consolidate where and how i post on the internet for reasons that there is no need to get into. with that, looking to make this the canonical location.