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(Netherlands) we don't have that kind of extreme weather.
Unfortunately, as things are going, you should suffix that with 'yet'.
Before Sandy, not even my street had ever been flooded in a hurricane. The ocean keeps getting ever so slightly warmer, atmospheric patters will drift. I see the furniture piled up on the Texas streets and it's all too familiar.
Sandy made it, with higher tropical storm force winds, all the way to Canada. The "safe" places have tornadoes and/or massive fires.
I even wrote an article about LetsEncrypt and how the cert request is sent only to the server at the IP you registered the site with...
At the moment, the server is running on a computer at home...so when I set up my client's server for the real McCoy, and I try to register the cert, I keep getting "cert registration failed." I checked the firewall on Windows and on the router for the appropriate open ports, everything looked good.
So why won't it register the cert?
I put the whole project of getting everything running on the client's server aside for a week, as there were other pressing things to do. On my way to may 3-day-a-week job, it finally hit me.
As a small excuse, the router did mention that if you don't configure it in some particular mode, anything coming in port 80 will be hijacked by the router. Rabbit hole, in other words.
I was under the impression that I killed an Arduino Mega, so I did the safest thing as a new guy (didn't tell anyone, and order a new one) got the rat b*****d thing working had to replace a component on the shield. So now have a replacement winging it's way to me. Also I have managed to break the system I am supposed to be testing (the person with access the code is away)
I have managed to break the system I am supposed to be testing
Better you than your customer.
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