Jekyll is the engine behind GitHub Pages
to build, deploy and publish your Blog Site easily. Using Jekyll, you can blog using
beautiful Markdown syntax, and without having to deal with any databases.
Roman’s Blog is published using this amazing technology, however
my first steps were not easy.
To use it basically means to execute the following commands:
However the reality was not so easy. This blog post described the steps done to install and use
on my Fedora 32.
This simple command was a nightmare:
Because I found so many installation errors such as:
And this other one:
Prepare your Fedora 32
After some researching (ok, googling it) I found that you need to install something else that ruby. The
final list of dependencies you have to install is:
Then you could come back to the original commands to execute locally your GitHub pages: