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Thursday, May 13, 2021
This guide assumes you’ve already installed and configured Plex to your liking, hosted on Windows. This was tested on Windows 10 Enterprise but should work on any version of Windows 10. I also assume you’re running Plex on the default port, 32400. After this is done, Plex will continue to respond on that same port as well, in addition to 80 so as not to affect any connected apps.
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
So recently, and by recently I mean around the beginning of the year, I got an upgrade for my 3D printer: an auto bed-leveling kit. Where before this thing was a curious toy I enjoyed fiddling with occasionally, now with the huge pain-in-the-neck task of bed leveling removed, this thing could actually be useful!
Monday, January 13, 2020
I mean, I didn’t fix Finder. There’s some problems that are too much of a dumpster-fire even for me. But I did fix this issue.
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
So, as part of my home setup that I bravely refer to as a homelab, I have a number of large supermicro servers (2U apiece) that serve as 3D rendering rigs. These are the loudest machines I have by far, especially when they spool up their fans fully to cool themselves.
Monday, August 5, 2019
So when last we spoke, dear Internet, I lamented how I’d not been blogging and was setting a goal to update this more often. That I missed doing it and forgot how fun it was.