PostgreSQL management is a never-ending rabbit hole and in my case I just want to create a user, a database and set up some ownership.. without resorting to SQL or complex configuration frameworks.Read more →
I thought it would be fun to gather together all the amazing looking fictional supercomputers!Read more →
I’ve added a Dyslexia accessibility feature to my website which loads a Dyslexia-friendly font, woo!
This involved creating a small toggle function to turn the feature on and off, but when I reload the page it’s gone, so I had it bake a cookie so the function could trigger automatically on-reload. This still wasn’t enough I didn’t want every visitor to load the font, only users who click the toggle button, so I added a section to dynamically load the font.Read more →
My notes on wiping Windows 10, which configuration options to watch out for and a list of useful programs. The whole process of wiping, installing and provisioning with a basic set of programs can be complete in an hour with a fast Solid-State Drive and modern hardware.Read more →
More fun with BeatSaber! Mods provide more stats, effects and even allow a third-person mode for streaming.Read more →
Here’s a list of useful piped commands or just commands for which I need a refresher on which arguments to use. For example, using Awk to print between two known lines, or seleting a line in sed are good examples of infrequently used commands which are really useful.Read more →
A smattering of useful commands for dealing with package managers!Read more →
inotifywait to watch for file changes recursively in the current directory. I use
$CHECK to ignore unwanted directories and filetypes.
Download the Telegraf client from influxdata.com, extract the telegraf directory to a sensible place and edit