ox-hugo (github link) is a fantastic package that can help transform org-mode notes into HUGO blog posts. The installation is very easy if you use vanilla Emacs (i.e. just use MELPA).
However, on the current develop branch of Spacemacs, I encountered the problem of dependency mismatch where ox-hugo requires org package while Spacemacs uses org-plus-contrib package. As a result, on starting Spacemacs it will try to delete org package and the reinstall org after it tries to load ox-hugo.
Network Attached System (NAS) is a good invention that makes managing and sharing our daily lives so much more convenient. In general, I like the idea of having a storage device connected to the Internet without relying on cloud storage or a always-on heavy PC.
However, people would need a domain name to bind to the IP address of the NAS in order to remember it. If you bought a domain name from some providers (like Google Domains or GoDaddy), and bound a subdomain to the IP address of your NAS, is the problem solved?
First, I can only think of the tips from a PhD student’s point of view. I do not consider myself a role model as a PhD student, and I can summarize some tips that I wish I could do better on.
1. Read papers. Reading papers could be a intimidating tasks for new graduate students. However, it is the fastest way to build up your confidence in talking about any certain subjects, or writing articles.
Recently, I’ve come across a set of discussion happened on the NANOG mailing list about a DDoS ransom incident. I find it rather interesting, and summarized a few notes about this incident.
What happened? A small company has received a ransom note from a very well-known group for potential DDoS attacks. The magnitude could be several hundred Gbps. Asked on NANOG mailing list for help. The attack group could most likely to be Armada Collective Primarily DNS and NTP amplicafication Web requests of 80 million per hour Suggestions from NANOG members Roland Dobbins from Arbor: Upstream ACL (access control list) Nick: If they pay the ransom: the attackers can come back at any time for more.
Using jail to separate individual running services is very easy to achieve in FreeBSD. In my case, I put my several websites into different jails just for easy maintenance and a clear mind. With the jails set up, it is then becomes the most important job to enable a stable backup plan for all the jails.
In this article, I will introduce my way of backing up jails using ezjail, rsync, and crontab.