I had to restore a gitlab installation and after that I had to recover admin rights.
So I needed to go through gitlab-rails and the console, and it requires a bit of patience before the prompt shows up
root@testgitlab:~# gitlab-rails console production Loading production environment (Rails 4.2.10 …
So I've had this pelican site for .. ehm.. $time ..
First .gitlab-ci.yml was easy, just use the basic stuff from examples, but then I needed some extra stuff.
Had to make a requirements.txt to add a few basic python packages (which pulls in an extra dusin).
So after doing a bit of configuration and installation:
sudo apt install -y blockdiag nwdiag apt-utils git python-pip graphviz python-blockdiag cp -R ../pelican-plugins/liquid_tags plugins/
Doing some config:
PLUGIN_PATHS = ['plugins'] PLUGINS = ['i18n_subsites','neighbors','tag_cloud','post_revision','post_stats','liquid_tags.graphviz','liquid_tags.diag']
It was time to try it out with something that …more ...
So, I tried earlier to use bootstrap3 as a theme, more acurately, I tried messing around with themse from Pelican Themes, only very themes worked so in desperation I started reading some documentation, and it always seemed to simple..
Tweak the pelicanconf.py, and it just works.. also bootstrap3 needs …more ...