Recently, I decided to transfer all my websites based on a combination of Jekyll + GitHub + GitHub Pages, from fully automatic building with capabilities of GitHub Pages hosting to manual building on my laptop MacBook Pro with macOS Catalina 10.15. In this article I will show you how to install in macOS the tools necessary for local work with websites built on the Jekyll platform. Let’s begin.Continue reading →
Recently I discovered the following; every new Terminal window that opened under macOS showing the mysterious noticeContinue reading →
You have mail.. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to manage (read, delete, etc.) the mails from this notice.
Attempting to download macOS Catalina from the Mac App Store you may find that a small version of the “Install macOS Catalina.app” file downloads to the “Applications” folder, rather than the complete 8.1 GB installer file.Continue reading →
Every time we perform an update withContinue reading →
gem updatethe default behaviour is to install a new version of a gem and continue maintaining the older version of that gem. Most likely, if you have been using Ruby for a while, your system will be full of gems, and more specifically, outdated gems. So how do we uninstall a Ruby gems that are no longer needed? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to uninstall a Ruby gems.
Pi-hole is a fantastic product for your home network that allows ad blocking at the network level. I thought that it is updated in the same way as all other parts of the system; using theContinue reading →
sudo apt-get updateand then
sudo apt-get upgrade. But when I logged into my Pi-hole web interface yesterday, I saw a red message saying
Pi-hole Version v4.3.1 (Update available!). So how do I update my Pi-hole? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to update Pi-hole software to the latest version.