Time Machine is the backup utility that’s been built into MacOS since I started using OS X back in 2008. It’s really great and has a wonderful interface, although has some limitations and has never really played nicely with FreeNAS. The latest FreeNAS U2 point release I installed today might just fix that though…(more…)
Unlike my update at the end of last year, I go into the New Year with FreeNAS up-to-date. I’m running the latest version (11.2-U1), my jails are all on the latest version of FreeBSD (11.2) and they are mostly running the latest packages. I’ve even updated the versions of PHP some of them are running. 2019 should be a quiet year!(more…)
I’ve recently updated my Nextcloud jail to 15.0 and noticed one of the Apps wanted a newer version of PHP. It was running PHP 7.1.17 (which isn’t really that out of date) but I thought it might be time for some PHP updates across a number of jails…(more…)
So many major updates as the year comes to an end. Last weekend, FreeNAS 11.2. Today, WordPress 5.0 (well, actually 5.0.1 as I’ve held off for a little while!)(more…)
It’s been a while coming, but FreeNAS 11.2-RELEASE is finally here and whilst I was somewhat apprehensive about updating to the first release, it’s been relatively painless and everything is still working!(more…)
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.(more…)