For a while now I have been thinking about upgrading my network, and since moving I have been having more and more issues with my 2TB Apple Time Capsule where I am forced to reboot it often. Besides rebooting it I have also been experiencing a poor or often times slow signal now that I live in much larger than when I lived in Denver.
I recently started running into an issue when trying to push commits to git. The error was as follows.
error: cannot run gpg: No such file or directory error: could not run gpg. fatal: failed to write commit object
It seems as though a recent update messaged up my whole Git/GPG setup.
After a little bit of research, I was able to resolve this with the following command.
git config --global gpg.program $(which gpg)
I was using Pi-Hole on my local network for some time on a VirtualBox VM that I had set up but recently removed it from my network as it was acting up and causing another possible fail point on my network that I just didn’t feel like troubleshooting at the time.
However with the release of the new CloudFlare 18.104.22.168 DNS, I thought I would revisit my Pi-Hole setup, this time actually running it on one of the many RaspberryPi’s that I have sitting around collecting dust.