systemctl status … will display an excerpt. If the error is displayed when starting Caddyserver from a console, but is not shown in the logs if an initdaemon such as systemd is used (which logs stdout and stderr), then Caddyserver’s authors have forgotten to Flush stdout and/or stderr before exiting. found: https://caddy.community/t/cant-start-caddy-with-systemd-service-file/3447 I wish I’d found this little gem a long time ago!
When you see $9.95, do you think: WOW, $9 That’s almost $10 That’s $10 When I see fuel is 174.9c although I may say one seventy four in my head (simply because that’s what I’m reading), I recognise the .9 to mean “close enough to one”, and so I think in my head $1.75. Maybe […]
According to quite a few users on Stack Exchange, Ubuntu doesn’t cache DNS queries, but I got into an awkward situation where I couldn’t hit an internal server because my installation was convinced my internal server was being hosted on an external IP. It wasn’t entirely incorrect, because the server is (sometimes) available externally, but it’s only […]
Jason really likes his haircut. I think he’s afraid it’ll grow out before he gets to school. I convince him that it’ll still be there on Monday. Then Harry asks, “what about Tuesday?” Yes, it’ll be there Tuesday buddy. We then went through the rest of the week. It might be a bit short for […]
So many things about the iPhone are actually good or useful. iOS reminders is not one of them!
Not that anyone would need a Windows 98SE product key, at least I hope not, but cleaning out the garage I came across this beast.
Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself: I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it Groucho Marx
This should have been two topics, but I just went with it. Window Tax The Long S Window Tax I happened across a YouTube video of an old house built in the UK. It looks as though the building was either of Georgian or Victorian periods, but upon going through the building, it’s likely that […]
I have long come to realise that Australia is a nanny state of rules and regulations. There’s a rule for just about everything, and I’m starting to realise this is beginning to hamper us when in reality these sort of things should be making our lives better. Safer. After having spent a lot of time […]