Posts Tagged ‘Linux

By default kubernetes tls secret must consist two fields a tls.key and tls.crt. It works perfectly fine in most of the cases, but not when we need mutual tls which is handled by ingress-nginx. This kind of ingress requires a secret with a “ca.crt” field to validate client certs. Obviously it tricks a kubectl which […]

It is already 12 months since I started using my (first since very long time) desktop PC. In my previous blog post I’ve described reasons why I decided to resign from Apple hardware. In this one I will tell you how I managed to drop OSX and its ecosystem with minor pains. I feel that […]

I must start from small confession. I am not an computer kido. My first computer was AMD K6 with 266 Hz clock I got for Christmas back in 1999. I’ve seen in my life Amiga, but I wasn’t part of long standing battle between platforms. I’ve seen Norton Commander on my friend PC who got […]