Did the usual stuff in the CLI just now, updated the Ghost software. Minor upgrade, but I went ahead and upgraded, anyway.
No hiccups this time.
the Ghost CLI has some vulnerabilities, though. Either that or
npm, itself. Made it seem like
npm had vulnerabilities (not 100% sure what
npm even IS, I just know I use/need it sometimes).
6 vulnerabilities - 5 moderate, 1 critical
I am not jumping down a rabbit hole of troubleshooting stuff by auditing
npm, though. I will fool with it later, and wish for the best. Haha.
rawtxt.digital saw an update the other day, but that meant going into the files on the VPS and just re-ordering the blog posts, themselves. The server didn't need updates/upgrades, because it is simply Linux and Apache - no MySQL or PHP, as those are not needed for that site.