I guess this is Part 2 (or “The Sequel?”) to my post from 2017 on migrating to Jekyll, although when I wrote that original post I figured I would either follow up on it within a couple of months or I wouldn’t follow up on it at all. Nevertheless, I have been making some changes lately to the site, and I wanted to make another post on it.
I, like hundreds (if not thousands) of others, have finally acquired a VR system for personal use, thanks entirely to the Oculus Rift + Touch going on sale for $399. While I have only used it for a few evenings over the last week or so since it arrived, I can definitely say nearly of my previous concerns with today’s VR were unwarranted.
I’m honestly not entirely sure why. Probably because I wanted to learn something new. It also seems to align with my recent side projects pretty well. Whatever the reason, I am currently in the process of switching my blog from WordPress to Jekyll. This is not a how-to guide, or an article on the benefits of Jekyll over other blogging platforms; rather, this is simply my thoughts so far on the migration process and Jekyll in general.
This is a collection of notes I took while setting up a new NAS running FreeNAS 9.10. The issues I ran into initially were around enabling SSH and correctly configuring SMB/CIFS Shares for Windows. Maybe I just missed something obvious, or maybe these are actual issues that have plagued others before, but I plan on updating this as needed.
I can’t image this is a common problem, but I recently needed to implode a multidimensional array into all possible combinations for a side project. Since I may need to use this again (or maybe someone else needs something similar), I thought I would post my solution here and attempt to explain it.