Let’s get on Discord Saturday and test out our voice connection, troubleshoot any problems.
Given the Whatcom County health recommendations to avoid groups of 10 or more, and the general minimization of activities at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, our D&D group meetings are suspended. I would encourage participants to move games online. There are already several members on Discord (a chat app) and it will be possible to play games remotely.
Please reach out for any connection details if you would like them.
Sorry for being tardy on this. Here’s the March Schedule:
Mar 1 No Game
Mar 8 game!
Mar 15 game!
Mar 22 game!
Mar 29 game!
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Bellingham Folk Festival is Feb 24-Feb 26th.
We do not know what the March schedule is at this time. This post will be updated when events like rehearsals are scheduled.
The AWOL gnomes from Faroth island stole a jeweled sword from a Yuan-ti captain. This news is heard by the Thieves Dragon Guild, established by Rodorax hundreds of years ago. This jeweled sword interests him in his dreams, and Rodorax’s dream voice speaks to the guild leader, establishing a grand bounty on the sword. Bring the sword to the cairn east of Galentaspar and be paid richly.
Well, what proud, devious and frustrated naval commander would not pay for such knowledge? What will happen when they all meet and the cairn east of Galentaspar? Who else has ears on that string, who would send our heros on their quest?
There will be OWL classes on Nov 24 and not Dec 1. Dec 1 is also a travelling holiday for many people. Let’s move our Dec 1 game to Nov 24.
Projects like OPNsense.org provide you with an .img file that you would dd to a USB device to boot from. This is not obvious how to use from VirtualBox. You need to convert that into a VMDK file. Basically, the command I used was:
vboxmanage convertfromraw OPNsense-19.7-OpenSSL-serial-amd64.img /tank/VMs/4544-opnsense-19-freebsd/opensense-19.7-usb.vmdk –format vmdk
Then attach that VMDK file to your virtual SATA controller and when you boot really quick! Hit F12 and choose option 2. That’s your USB device.
Get the recent easy-rsa scripts:
# git clone openvpn/easy-rsa git checkout v3.0.6 # copy easy-rsa directory to /etc/openvpn/server cd /etc/openvpn/server/easy-rsa ./easyrsa init-pki ./easyrsa build-ca # this will need a password ./easyrsa gen-dh ./easyrsa gen-req servername.com nopass ./easyrsa sign-req server servername.com # requires ca passwd from above
Now you can edit your server/server.conf file and fire it up with
systemctl enable openvpn@server systemctl start openvpn@server
and watch journalctl while you do that.
Generating a client:
./easyrsa gen-req clientname.com nopass ./easyrsa sign-req client clientname.com #requires ca passwd
Example conf file looks like:
client proto udp dev tun remote support.foo.net 1194 keepaliave 10 120 keysize 256 cipher AES-256-CBC verb 3 compress lz4-v2 key ... cert ... ca ...