✅ Basic file system / editor (stored in browsers IndexDB)
✅ Full x86 assembler (most likely bugs)
✅ Limited x86 emulator (only supports limited number of instructions so far)
Next step to emulate more instructions and write a BIOS
I'm not sure if it's just a mistake (there are a couple on the lines above) or they are just shit posting in this technical documentation from April 1983
Did someone copy check this document?
; read/write the 8086 general and segmentation registers
; with all one's and zeroes's
one's and zeroes's??
I finally got my web based x86 assembler to be able to assembler a simple example.
It re-assembles as you type and if it's valid you can download the output executable. This example runs in dosbox (or dos if you have an install) and will print 'hello world!' then wait for a keypress. In this case it creates a .com file.
It turns out Traefik doesn't support TCP forwarding until version 2 and, but 1.7 is the latest stable version and what is installed on k3s by default 😬
❌ Using HTTP Challenge
❌ Using TLS Challenge
✅ Using DNS Challenge
I'm still not exactly sure what was wrong with HTTP challenge except it didn't seem to be answering the .well_known requests correctly.
TLS challenge requires complained that it didn't have the right certificate (isn't that the point of this, to get a certificate?)
At least I have wildcard certs now 🤷 but lost 8 hours of my life 🙄
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