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 🙄
And that, my friends is the end of today's journey. We didn't see the deer today, but I'll leave you with a photo I took last time.
From here we start our journey back out of the park towards Richmond and the station there. On our way we see a tree with interesting bark.
Walking back to the entrance to the area, some plants are flowering. It feels early in the year for this. On one of the shrubs we spot a bumble bee.
Stopping to look more closely we smell the sweet scent of the flowers.
At the distant end of area from where we entered is a pine tree with some twisted branches. As we stand below it we can hear some insects making loud clicking sounds.
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