Jenkins – Connecting To GitHub and some Python

Welcome to Jenkins!

Jenkins is a tool to help with Continuous Integration /  Continuous Delivery (CI / CD). I originally looked at installing Jenkins as a Java web app on my Raspberry Pi during this post: https://geektechstuff.com/2019/05/26/installing-apache-tomcat-jenkins-raspberry-pi/ . I am now hoping to expand a little bit more on using Jenkins by building a freestyle project that connects to … Continue reading Jenkins – Connecting To GitHub and some Python

SHA256 File Hash Values And How To Check Them (Raspberry Pi / Mac OS X / PowerShell)

Image showing SHA-256 value

Imagine that you are a software company and host an awesome free piece of software. One day your site is hacked and the download file for your software is replaced with a malicious version of the software. It might be days (or longer!) before you notice. Or what if someone is intercepting traffic and altering … Continue reading SHA256 File Hash Values And How To Check Them (Raspberry Pi / Mac OS X / PowerShell)

Installing PowerShell Core on Raspbian (Raspberry Pi)

pwsh (PowerShell Core) in action

PowerShell Core is a version of PowerShell that can be installed on Windows, Mac OS X (I covered it here) and Linux, i.e. Raspbian. For this blog post I am going to using my Raspberry Pi 4 and Raspbian (Buster). "PowerShell is a task automation and configuration management framework from Microsoft, consisting of a command-line … Continue reading Installing PowerShell Core on Raspbian (Raspberry Pi)