After resetting networking on my iPhone, I ran into LetsEncrypt cert issues on my phone again (with my mail server). For some reason iOS keeps trying to use an old cached version of the certificate.
Finally found the solution. And all it was, was to configure Dovecot and OpenSMTPd to use the .fullchain.pem instead of the .crt for that domain.
Everything is happy again.
Rocking My Face Off
Since it's my Friday today, I'm having a Rock My Face Off Friday.
AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (Live at the Apollo Theatre in Glasgow).
One of the greatest live performances I've ever seen.
Old, Gory Movie
I just remembered the movie Dead Alive (I think that may have just been the North American title) also known as Braindead. Possibly the goriest movie ever made. TIL it was directed by Peter Jackson. Yes. THAT Peter Jackson.
Now I really hope I can stream it for find a working download for it because I MUST watch it again.
Turns out its the enclosure. Maybe I need to consider a powered USB 3.0 enclosure. I did try the other on a USB 3.0 hub but it's not the greatest hub so I wouldn't be surprised if that was also causing issues.
I think the biggest "flaw" I've found in Pascal (or at least the MPL version of it) is that functions can only be loaded from the top down.
With Free Pascal / Delphi / Lazarus Units you can declare functions in the "interface" section and then define them (I think I used declare and define correctly here) in the "implementation" section.
This vexed me for a bit while trying to write a menu for my application. Until I learned about Repeat / Until loops which makes all of this much easier.
I watch over the stuff with blinky lights. Pretty boring and entirely unremarkable.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.