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README.md


Silo City Labs website using Github Pages.

Learn more about Github Pages at https://pages.github.com and the official documentation. Anyone can create a pull request to publish an article or make a fix based on issues. We just ask that you copy one of the templates in /content/post/samples/. Only admins are allowed to save drafts in the repo.


Building locally for Admins

To work locally with this project, you'll have to follow the steps below:

  1. Fork, Clone this project
  2. Install Hugo
  3. Preview your project: hugo server
  4. Add content
  5. Generate the website: ./build.sh

Read more at Hugo's documentation.

Preview your changes

If you clone or download this project to your local computer and run hugo server, your site can be accessed under localhost:1313/hugo/.

Setup

Install to /opt/blog/

Enable service systemctl link /opt/blog/daemon/blog.service

Copy settings file and edit

cp settings.default.yaml settings.yaml

Start Service systemctl start blog

Make sure port forwarding is handled on your routers

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