It’s been over a month since my last blog – the longest gap since I started blogging 2 years ago. Yes, it’s been 2 years since I started on this journey of talking to myself 🙂 There are just too many things fighting for my time at present, with my new contract, daughter and dog taking up most of it.
I’ve been looking into potential replacements for the current internet/intranet solutions at work, so decided to have a play with MediaWiki as they are using this for a few things, but could be using it more.
Although this is going to be similar to my New Year update at the beginning of 2020, this New Year TrueNAS update feels very different! I’ve been working from home since March 2020 and for at least some of the year had a little more time to play around with...
A major FreeNAS upgrade to TrueNAS has been on the cards for most of 2020. TrueNAS 12.0 was released in October, but I’ve waited until the first U1 release before attempting my FreeNAS upgrade. How did it go? Well, there’s some good and bad…
I had a few spare hours yesterday and had been meaning to try and recreate the MediaWiki docker container inside a FreeNAS jail. A few gotchas were found but they were resolved pretty quickly, and I now have my own APE Wiki!
So I covered off setting up the Virtual Machines here, but I expected some fun and games trying to replicate my Docker & Portainer environment on FreeNAS0 so thought it deserved its own blog. Turns out it wasn’t that big a job.
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