Ind.ie is now Small Technology Foundation.
Commit 18dc30ee authored by Aral Balkan's avatar Aral Balkan

Update example domain

parent c4585c27
......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ To prepare your Pi to use as a headless web server, connect a keyboard, mouse, a
1. On the Raspberry Pi, select _Preferences → Raspberry Pi Configuration_ from the Raspberry menu.
2. In the settings box that appears, set the `subdomain.doma.in` name you will serve your site from in the _Hostname_ field.
2. In the settings box that appears, set the `subdomain.your.domain` name you will serve your site from in the _Hostname_ field.
3. In the Interfaces tab, select the _Enable_ radio button next for the _SSH_ field.
......@@ -112,12 +112,12 @@ tunnels:
insecure-web:
addr: 80
proto: http
hostname: <your-reserved-subdomain.doma.in>
hostname: <your-reserved-subdomain.your.domain>
bind-tls: false
secure-web:
addr: 443
proto: tls
hostname: <your-reserved-subdomain.doma.in>
hostname: <your-reserved-subdomain.your.domain>
ssh:
addr: 22
proto: tcp
......@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ site enable
## Testing it
You should now be able to hit _https://subdomain.doma.in_ and see your “Hello, world!” page.
You should now be able to hit `https://subdomain.your.domain` and see your “Hello, world!” page.
## Updating your site
......@@ -186,10 +186,10 @@ Now that your site is live, how do you make it a bit more exciting?
2. Make sure Site.js is also installed on your main computer and then issue the following command:
```sh
site --sync-to=subdomain.doma.in --exit-on-sync
site --sync-to=subdomain.your.domain --exit-on-sync
```
3. Hit _https://subdomain.doma.in_ again and you should see your new site.
3. Hit `https://subdomain.your.domain` again and you should see your new site.
To learn more about Site.js, read the [Site.js documentation](https://source.ind.ie/site.js/app/blob/master/README.md).
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