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---Logopened Fri Feb 10 00:00:38 2017
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00:10<deem>Hello, is anyone there?
00:10<linbot>deem: If you have a question, feel free to just ask it -- someone's always willing to help. If you don't get a response right away, be patient! You may want to read
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00:29<Kenneth_>Hello Linode!
00:29<Kenneth_>Hello Millisa!
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00:32<millisa>Hi? Again?
00:34<Kenneth_>Just wondering, If we're going to upgrade
00:34<millisa>What do you mean?
00:34<millisa>You can upgrade whenever you want?
00:35<Kenneth_>I'm sorry, Here's the whole question. If we're going to upgrade one our linode (Hard Disk) Is there another payment?
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00:37<millisa>You pay for what you have. if you have a 2gb linode that is $0.015/hr, you will be charged for every hour you have it. If you upgrade it to the 4gb linode, you start paying the $0.03/hr rate.
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02:29<sam_>when i " apt-get remove zsh" , then i cannot login my vps
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02:30<millisa>why not?
02:30<sam_>Permission denied, please try again.
02:31<millisa>did you change your shell to something other than zsh before removing it?
02:33<sam_>no. just 'apt-get install zsh' , 'zsh', then i found in the wrong server; "apt-get remove zsh" "logout"
02:34<millisa>login with lish as root, and change your shell to smoething valid (bash is usually there). chsh -s /bin/bash youusernamehere
02:35<sam_>when i use weblish, i can view a splash after login; but immediate return to login screen
02:35<millisa>are you logging in as root?
02:37<millisa>you'll likely need to boot into the finnix rescue environment and fix it from there
02:37<sam_>ok, I have a try, thx!
02:37<millisa>(unless you have some other user on the system that didn't have zsh as its shell)
02:38<sam_>boot into the finnix rescue environment
02:38<sam_>chsh -s /bin/bash root
02:39<millisa>you'd need to chroot over to your system's root
02:40<millisa> <-- that shows you how to boot into the environment. there's a section on 'Change Root' that you'd want to do before doing the 'chsh'
02:40<millisa>well, and the section above it about mounting the disk
02:40<millisa>the finnix boot is similar to what it'd be like if you booted off a cd to fix your desktop
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02:42<millisa>so, boot finnix, mount disk, chroot, do your chsh, then exit out, reboot back into your normal boot
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02:53<sam_>thank you very much! i works now!
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03:28<Zimsky>I works too
03:29<Zimsky>I works good
03:29<Zimsky>how's it hanging mr-spoon
03:31<rick111>!point mr-spoon
03:31<linbot>rick111: Point given to mr-spoon (1).
03:32<FluffyFoxeh>!point FluffyFoxeh
03:32<linbot>FluffyFoxeh: Error: You cannot give yourself points.
03:32<FluffyFoxeh>!boo linbot
03:33<linbot>FluffyFoxeh: Error: You do not have access to this feature.
03:33<dwfreed>!boo FluffyFoxeh
03:33<linbot>dwfreed: Point taken from fluffyfoxeh (-1).
03:33<rick111>!boo FluffyFoxeh
03:33<linbot>rick111: Error: You do not have access to this feature.
03:34<dwfreed>at the moment, boo is restricted to just a few people; that'll change at some point, once mcintosh finishes rewriting the "backend" in python
03:34<dwfreed>most linbot commands are just aliases
03:34<dwfreed>a lot of them just call 'web title' :)
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04:00<not_zimsky>!point Zimsky
04:00<linbot>not_zimsky: Point given to zimsky (2).
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04:00<Zimsky>problem solved?
04:07<arlen>!boo Zimsky
04:07<linbot>arlen: Error: You do not have access to this feature.
04:08<Zimsky>!ban arlen
04:08<Zimsky>!voteban arlen
04:08<arlen>!kickban arlen
04:08<Zimsky>whoever wrote linbot, please learn to irc
04:08<Zimsky>pretty sure it's stated in some supplementary RFC that bots should use NOTICE
04:09<Zimsky>not send a PM for invalid command messages
04:09<arlen>!point Zimsky
04:09<linbot>arlen: Point given to zimsky (3).
04:09<Zimsky>most excellent
04:12<praetorian>!point praetorian
04:12<linbot>praetorian: Error: You cannot give yourself points.
04:12<praetorian>lies, too
04:12<praetorian>!point linbot
04:12<linbot>praetorian: Point given to linbot (1). Their biggest fan is praetorian (1).
04:12<Zimsky>go back to rome
04:12<praetorian>go back to vodka
04:13<Zimsky>way ahead of you
04:13<praetorian>its only 6pm here.. way too early to be that far in here =)
04:13<Zimsky>go back to cooking shrimp
04:13<Zimsky>on a barbecue
04:13<Zimsky>6pm is too early? wat
04:14<Zimsky>it's never too early
04:14<arlen>5 o'clock somewhere
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04:38<Guest421>I need help with my server
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04:48<praetorian>Zimsky: no bbq's here
04:48<praetorian>its not 6pm in sydney either
04:48<Zimsky>isn't sydney like, on fire or something
04:48<Zimsky>or was that just all of australia
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04:54<praetorian>i dunno
04:54<praetorian>i'm trying to keep warm
04:54<praetorian>going to go drink beer soon to remedy that
04:54<Zimsky>why don't you just eat some dirt and stick your head in the toilet
04:54<Zimsky>same thing right
04:57<praetorian>i mean,
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05:55<Mark>hello, I'm stuck in the Xen->KVM migration queue. Can I cancel the migration?
05:57<sandeep>you should probably open a ticket
05:58<Mark>I already did it. No response more than hour
06:00<Mark>somewhere there is a live chat with Linode tech support?
06:01<sandeep>I believe theres phone support
06:02<Mark>thank you. will try to catch them this way
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06:08<arlen>gotta catch 'em all
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09:18<linbot>New news from forum: Email/SMTP Related Forum • DKIM Postfix configuration- opendkim-testkey returns unknown hash error <>
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10:01<wltjr>dwfreed: thanks good to know, I did not think it should have been routable just want to make sure. I guess they were forging the IP
10:01<wltjr>dwfreed: just interesting how it carried in logs, maybe an upstream issue as I did find one I need to report at min, ASSP
10:02<wltjr>dwfreed: even if forged in smtp, I would have assumed assp to be looking at the actual connection, not just what was told, something seems amiss
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10:02<wltjr>dwfreed: no chance this came from within atl?
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10:04<Peng>wltjr: If you see a ::ffff: IP address in your logs, it virtually always means, "It was IPv4 traffic from, but you've configured your software to only open an IPv6 socket."
10:04<Peng>s/you've configured your software/your software is configured/
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10:06<wltjr>Peng: I defenitely have both ipv4 and ipv6, the particular attack could not occur via normal ipv6 or ipv4
10:06<wltjr>assp has some bug I need to report, if you put say ::ffff:, it basically becomes a wildcard maching any IPv4 mapped address
10:07<wltjr>first time ever turned one of my mail servers into an open relay
10:07<wltjr>very targetted attack as every email had my domain and the same from email address, not one I ever use
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10:09<wltjr>let me dig out an email and log entry to show, its interesting
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10:31<wltjr>cant find the email that belongs to this log entry but I think you get the idea ->
10:36<hawk>wltjr: The auto whitelist in the log, what are the requirements for that? That sounds to me like the real problem
10:37<wltjr>hawk: that was part of it, but it should not have made it that far even smtp auth failed, and it was not a IP address in SPF
10:38<wltjr>thought some other entries were more interesting
10:39<wltjr>here is another that was considered spam ->
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10:41<rb2145>Can anyone explain what the swap image is? :\
10:42<Peng>It's equivalent to the page file on Windows, if that helps.
10:42<@caker>it is where Linux swaps memory to disk
10:42<hawk>wltjr: As for what you said about it not occuring over "normal ipv6 or ipv4", the logs look exactly like what "normal ipv4" connections will look like with the configuration that Peng described earlier.
10:44<rb2145>When does it come into use though? What kind of data is going through the swap partition
10:44<wltjr>hawk: doesn't make much sense because most is over ipv4, ipv6 stuff is rare, usually just gmail and a few others using ipv6 for smtp
10:44<hawk>wltjr: I'm not sure what you mean
10:45<wltjr>it came from having an ::ffff:x.x.x.x entry in my accept all file, which instead of matching that address specifically seemed to become a wildcard ::ffff:
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10:46<wltjr>hawk: Peng message mentioned software configured only for ipv6, this is configured for both and most traffic is ipv4 not ipv6
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10:46<Peng>rb2145: Data that's in memory.
10:47<Peng>rb2145: Equivalent to when Windows pages something out, if that helps.
10:47<rb2145>OK thanks guys
10:47<wltjr>here I think this shows the problem
10:48<wltjr>[2670]: [Worker_1] [SSL-in] ::ffff: info: PB-IP-Score for '0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0' is 810, added 60 in this session
10:48<hawk>wltjr: No, that's not quite what he said. The difference is having a single socket that accepts both (in which case v4 addresses get mapped into v6 like above) or having two separate sockets, one for v4 and one for v6 which truly only does v6.
10:48<wltjr>that should not be 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0 but ::ffff:
10:48<rb2145>So it's mostly for when RAM is full...
10:49<wltjr>hawk: listening on both, :::25, though I think it can do it the other way just the same
10:50<wltjr>hawk: I do have dovecot set to listen only on ipv6, also does ipv4, but logs do not have the ::ffff: bit, just ipv4 or ipv6 address
10:51<wltjr>have to check firebird think its similiar, also listens on just ipv6
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10:52<hawk>wltjr: What software is this that is listening, btw?
10:52<wltjr>hawk: ASSP ->
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10:55<hawk>wltjr: Ok, not familiar with it. If it breaks horribly because of these mapped addresses, that's obviously a bug. That mapping isn't really anything strange even, but would just depend on the specifics of how it handles its listening sockets.
10:58<hawk>wltjr: Some other variation on its configuration in terms of what to listen on might let it see plain v4 addresses, if that helps it work.
11:06<wltjr>hawk: I am reporting as a bug and pretty sure it is
11:06<wltjr>hawk: see this -> ::ffff: <> to: blocked by
11:06<wltjr>denySMTPConnectionsFromAlways strict:
11:06<wltjr>hawk: but if you notice aboce it was logging some ::fff: as 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0
11:07<wltjr>seems like in some places its treating ::fff: as 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0 and not looking at the ipv4 address
11:07<wltjr>other places it does look at the ipv4 portion
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11:08<wltjr>hawk: still curious how the ::ffff: is showing up at all, I usually only see that for LAN ipv4
11:08<wltjr>this is totally normal -> ::ffff:
11:09<wltjr>but its also because of whiteListedIPs '
11:09<wltjr>all the spam I was getting was NOT from any of my white listed ips, or in spf, etc it was crazy
11:09<wltjr>guess I pissed someone off or someone was testing out some tools on me
11:10<wltjr>old school, all spam emails were ed related... I rarely see that spam these days, that was the original spam back in the day, viagra, blue pill etc
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11:11<wltjr>also never seen spam have my domain in there so many times, or be so consistent on that, I have other published email addresses and one it was using is not published or ever used
11:16<wltjr>I think comcast is doing this
11:17<hawk>Doing what?
11:17<wltjr>I just saw valid email from a client out west, and the IPv4 maps back to comcast, but shows as ::ffff:
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11:17<wltjr>comcast is mapping ipv4 in ipv6
11:17<hawk>I doubt it
11:17<wltjr>saw some of that the other day
11:17<wltjr>hawk: I am look at an email that just came through
11:18<wltjr>reverse dns on the ip is comcast
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11:18<hawk>wltjr: But are you looking at what the application logged or the traffic on the wire?
11:18<wltjr>hawk: the email headers
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11:18<wltjr>hawk: logs are the same
11:18<hawk>wltjr: Ok, so what your application logged / wrote into headers, then?
11:19<wltjr>and in this email I can see a private lan IP as well
11:19<hawk>wltjr: Which will depend on what the OS told it, which depends on how it set up its sockets
11:19<wltjr>hawk: not really, received from headers are generated locally but with info from remote
11:19<wltjr>most ipv4 traffic is logged as plain ipv4 address, this is new
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11:20<wltjr>and the only ips I am seeing that are valid and not spam with ::ffff: is comcast, and in the US comcast is one of the few ISPs doing IPv6
11:20<hawk>wltjr: Anyway, my point is just that normally when you see those addresses, it was perfectly normal ipv4 on the wire.
11:20<hawk>And a completely *local* thing
11:21<wltjr>Received: from unknown ([::ffff:x.x.x.x] helo=[])
11:21<wltjr>hawk: no way it can be local, no way I could know it came from
11:21<hawk>wltjr: I'm not sure what you're saying now
11:21<wltjr>I do not even use that range, that seems like what comcast has in their router
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11:21<wltjr>hawk: that was in the email header
11:21<hawk>wltjr: Who wrote the header?
11:21<wltjr>x.x.x.x is a valid comcast address
11:22<wltjr>hawk: even if my software wrote that, how could i know about
11:22<hawk>wltjr: I don't know what you mean when you say that
11:23<wltjr>hawk: if your familiar with email headers and such you will understand, that came from their router I assume, it set the helo address to that but its real ip was a valid ipv4, but it showed up as ipv6 mapped ipv4
11:23<wltjr>hawk: here to make you feel better -> mail2[16147]: [Worker_1] Delayed ip
11:24<wltjr>hawk: it logs normal ipv4 ipv6, and now I am seeing these ::ffff: with public ipv4 addresses
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11:25<hawk>wltjr: The "from unknown ([::ffff:x.x.x.x]" part is just the software that received the mail writing the source address it was told by the OS, right? Which is not at all in conflict with the change from v4 to mapped addressing being entirely local
11:25<wltjr>hawk: here is an example ->
11:25<wltjr>not my ip just one google produced from comcast ffff :)
11:26<wltjr>hawk: assp is not producing the ::ffff: in that case it is not stripping it off and doing a lookup on the ipv4 portion, another bug :)
11:27<hawk>wltjr: I don't think ASSP is producing it. I think it's opening the sockets in such a way that the OS wants to send v4 traffic to its v6 socket, and the OS then does this. As was mentioned several times already.
11:28<hawk>Anyway, this clearly isn't leading anywhere. I have no idea what is wrong with ASSP, I was just trying to elaborate on when these mapped addresses typically occur.
11:29<wltjr>hawk: that could be, if comcast is sending ipv4 via ipv6, that would make sense
11:30<wltjr>hawk: but its not anything on my end really, they could send it as regular ipv4 just the same
11:31<hawk>Well, what I'm saying is that it normally occurs for plain v4 traffic, and that the mapping happens *locally* because the software accepts v4 through a v6 socket
11:31<wltjr>that would explain why when its valid mail I only see it from comcast addresses
11:31<wltjr>hawk: yes it can accept ipv4 via ipv6, but it is listening on both individually, it must be a sender choice
11:33<wltjr>just saw two emails from same person, one came via ipv4 mapped ipv6, and the other regular ipv6, ISPs are doing some weird stuff
11:35<hawk>*shrug* maybe. If I were you I'd take a look at the traffic on the wire to actually confirm what is up and whether it's local only (the typical case) or not.
11:37<wltjr>hawk: per what has been mentioned and what I am seeing, looks like ISPs moving to IPv6 are starting to map IPv4 in IPv6 and route over IPv6 when possible
11:38<wltjr>I can see about looking at the connections, if i could ask comcast could get confirmation that way, seems hughesnet, satellite is the same as well
11:38<wltjr>most traffic logged is regular ipv4 and regular ipv6
11:40<wltjr>either way something is changing, as it triggered new bugs in ASSP I had not run into and does not seem like anyone else did, reported to upstream, and fixed my issue yesterday :)
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11:48<wltjr>Eugene: pretty funny
11:49<Eugene>Do you think this is a game
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11:55<rick111>!point Eugene
11:55<linbot>rick111: Point given to eugene (1).
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12:14<SNy>Huh. Is there some common reason for an IPv6 default route to get unset?
12:14<SNy>I just found my box unresponsive to IPv6 attempts.
12:14<SNy>Turns out the IPv6 default gw was not set anymore.
12:15<mrjayribs>I went through the whole Troubleshooting guide for setting up LAMP on my website
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12:18<mrjayribs>However I'm still having troubles
12:19<mrjayribs>I'm new to Linode, but I learn quickly, does anyone have an idea where to sart?t
12:19<grawity>start by explaining what troubles you have
12:21<mrjayribs>I've configured my linode to a webhost, apache is running, mysql is running, I set hostnames and hosts, but when I check my website online it does not show up
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12:23<alexf>"doesn't show up" it not accurate enough. You're getting *some* kind of error, and what that error says helps begin the troubleshooting process
12:27<mrjayribs>alexf: Thank you for the advice! Well, I'm getting a "Unable to connect" when I put in my URL or IP
12:28<alexf>mrjayribs: what's the IP?
12:28<Peng>SNy: Did your cat log in and start firewalling ICMPv6?
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12:28<neonguy>Hey, sorry if this is a stupid question, but I can't seem to find the answer on Linode's web site. If I start with the $10/month plan and am happy with everything but need more storage, what are the upgrade costs?
12:29<mrjayribs>Peng: What is cat log in? And I did not start firewalling ICMPv6
12:29<alexf>neonguy: there's nothing specific to storage. If you want more space to upgrade to the next largest plan. The cost is as much as that plan costs. No fee to upgrade
12:29<grawity>neonguy: storage-only upgrades are not offered (yet)
12:29<alexf>mrjayribs: Peng is troubleshooting SNy's issue, not yours
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12:29<Peng>mrjayribs: I was half-joking. By a cat i literally meant any of SNy's feline friends.
12:30<alexf>also that
12:30<alexf>what's the IP
12:31<mrjayribs>Peng: My bad!
12:31<neonguy>Oh, that's not good. So customers have fixed storage requirements?
12:32<neonguy>Thanks for the info guys. I see most of my apps staying static in terms of RAM and CPU but definitely need to increase storage progressively over a period of time.
12:33<Peng>neonguy: shows what plans are available, including the storage figure. No more and no less. :<
12:33<relidy>neonguy: You can migrate your machine to a larger overall plan (which will give you access to additional storage, as well as CPU, memory, etc)
12:33<alexf>mrjayribs: nothing's listening on port 80
12:33<alexf>is Apache running?
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12:35<mrjayribs>Apache is running
12:35<alexf>well it's not listening to port 80. Firewall?
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12:37<mrjayribs>alexf: perhaps the Harden SSH access?
12:37<alexf>that affects ssh, port 22
12:37<mrjayribs>alexf: fail2ban probably does the same
12:37<alexf>not port 80. What distro, what firewall installed/running? How are you determining that apache2 is running?
12:38<alexf>mrjayribs: unless you configured fail2ban to work with apache (which isn't set by default): no.
12:38<linbot>Please paste longer snippets over at and not in the channel
12:40<mrjayribs>alexf: I never installed a firewall
12:41<mrjayribs>alexf: Thanks for your helpo
12:43<alexf>what distro? Some include firewalls by default
12:43<mrjayribs>alexf: Ubuntu 16.10
12:44<alexf>meeting time!
12:44<mrjayribs>alexf: :O
12:44<@cmullen>Hey mrjayribs, I'd put together a bpaste with the following commands:
12:44<@cmullen>iptables -S
12:44<@cmullen>netstat -tulpn
12:45<@cmullen>curl -IL
12:45<@cmullen>I'll take a look at that for ya
12:45<mrjayribs>cmullen: Cool thank you!
12:45<@cmullen>you got it we'll see if we can get this figured out
12:47*alexf called it - firewall
12:48<@cmullen>cool so you are missing the almight iptables rule to open up port 80
12:48<@cmullen>you should be ready to rock if you run this ufw command my guy:
12:48<@cmullen>sudo ufw allow http
12:48<@cmullen>give it shot and let me know
12:50<mrjayribs>cmullen: Thank you cmullen! Thank you alexf!
12:50<@cmullen>oh man young blood is on the scene, mrjayribs is an operating internet member now
12:50<@cmullen>glad that was it! alexf gets the thanks he did all the leg work
12:51<mrjayribs>alexf: Thank you!
12:51<alexf>...told you it was the firewall
12:51<alexf>give cmullen the credit, I don't even work there anymore
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12:51<mrjayribs>cmullen: Yeah. So The port 80 was closed, what did sudo ufw allow http do?
12:52<SNy>Peng: No. I also don't see any indication of some agreement or something failing. Though I am not sure where to look. A quick glance at usual places didn't yield anything.
12:52<alexf>mrjayribs: ufw knows http means 80, so allowing http means opening port 80
12:55<@cmullen>yeah that command is UFW's simple way of refencing port 80. So know if you check that "iptables -S" command again you'll see there is a rule in there allowing connections on port 80
12:55<@cmullen>UFW's simple way, but I guess it's actually longer than "ufw allow 80"
12:56<@cmullen>but it does look nice
12:56<mrjayribs>Ah dope. That's pretty sweet. Linode is pretty sweet. I like linux and the internet and this has both.
12:57<alexf>cmullen: since he's already on 16.10 and has ufw, might as well learn the easier syntax of ufw versus the full iptables chains
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14:42<tanja32>Is there someone there is able to help setting up a openvpn server. I have setup the openvpn server and må ipad are able to connect but no internet over vpn. And I have also created a forward rule for trafic from that openvpn interface ( I think ) but that is not helping
14:47<bdube>tanja32: I think push_routes is what you want to investigate
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14:49<tanja32>bdube: thankds for your respons unfortunally the openvpn client on the ipad gets the route so I dont think that is the issue
14:51<bdube>ok. I gave up with android clients. I can access the vpn but routing over it never worked for me.
14:51<bdube>I got to where you are with the ipad client
14:55<tanja32>I'm sorry to hear that and yeah I'm also thinking if its better that I buy a vpn instead ( there is able to run tcp and non standard port ) because this is also giving me some issues
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15:38<Peng> :<
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16:13<Eugene>Have you tried turning yoursellf off and back on again
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16:22<Peng>Not until my health insurance is fixed
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16:23*csnxs laughs from the UK
16:25<Peng>Companies are going to kill me and then deny the claim
16:25<Peng>(It's fine probably.)
16:26<Zimsky>Peng: are you an american in america
16:26<Zimsky>specifically, the united states of america
16:27<dzho>you'd think I'd recognize that URL by now
16:27<Peng>Zimsky: Where else? I'm east of California, and we're not planning to secede, as far as I know.
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16:27<Zimsky>the north really should secede from the south
16:27<Zimsky>god the south of USA is just so shit
16:28<Zimsky>peng: anyway let me join in on the laughing from not-america
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16:28<Zimsky>I love my country.
16:30<Zimsky>I had this disease once that got me hospitalised for 3 weeks, and I only had to pay for the train ride back home
16:31<Peng>Trains should be free
16:31<Peng>I'm in America.
16:31<Peng>We don't have trains.
16:31<Peng>But if we did they'd cost money.
16:32<Zimsky>csnxs: your railway network is trash
16:32<dwfreed>Peng: we have trains, just nobody uses them
16:32<Zimsky>"I think there's the wrong kind of track on the track"
16:33<Zimsky>oh noes! we used the wrong kind of paint on our carriages
16:33<Peng>dwfreed: Yes and no.
16:33<pharaun>that's not our rail network
16:33<Zimsky>those are fine
16:33<Zimsky>in uganda
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16:34<dwfreed>Peng: "This project, Brightline, is due to begin operations as early as 2017."
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16:37<JeremyE77>Start a high speed rail org -> dont make a rail -> threaten to make a rail where people dont want one -> dont make a rail = Keep lots of money :) AMERICA!
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16:40<Zimsky>ayyyy mr-spoon
16:40<Zimsky>!point mr-spoon
16:40<linbot>Zimsky: Point given to mr-spoon (2).
16:42<Zimsky>spoon is like ken bone
16:42<Zimsky>he's awesome just because he is
16:42<Zimsky>ken bone could torture kids in his basement and we'd all still be like "WELCOME TO THE BONE ZONE Y'ALL"
16:43<Zimsky>slightly related; trump and pence could come out as a secretly gay couple and people would just say "yeah dude no shit"
16:52<Peng>dwfreed: "In November 2000, Florida voters approved an amendment to Florida's constitution mandating the state establish a system of high speed trains exceeding 120 mph to link its five largest urban areas, with construction to commence by November 1, 2003."
16:53<millisa>so they've got that going for them
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17:12<MajObviousman>which is nice
17:12<MajObviousman>oh we're doing points now?
17:20<Zimsky>!delpoint MajObviousman
17:21*MajObviousman taunts Zimsky
17:21<Zimsky>you certainly live up to your name
17:21<Zimsky>you can't taunt Zimsky
17:21<MajObviousman>I have a reputation to keep
17:21<MajObviousman>I just did taunt Zimsky
17:21<Zimsky>that's like saying "I just blew up the moon"
17:21<Zimsky>"uh but you didn't dude, it's still there and stuff"
17:21<Zimsky>"but I did!"
17:22<Zimsky>did you know ethanol makes you drunk?
17:23<MajObviousman>and destroys your engine
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17:38<alexf>TXT record added over an hour ago, default 5min TTL on domain, digging, why no record?
17:38<goose>Anyone else getting an incredible amount of packet loss/latency to/from Atlanta?
17:40<Peng>goose: Looks good to me, surprisingly. :O
17:40<Peng>alexf: Cloudflare caching, maybe?
17:40<goose>I'm using SSH, everything is super laggy
17:41<goose>eh. just passed.
17:41<goose>seems better now
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17:43<HS>Phishing in your servers
17:43<linbot>Linode's abuse contact is , as shown in the abuse contact info for the IP address in question. shows how to look this up yourself.
17:43<HS>Already reported
17:43<@jleal>goose: if you notice it a gain run an mtr between your local machine and the Linode as well as the reverse route (from your Linode to your home machine)
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17:45<@mcintosh>Already removed :p
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18:10<linbot>New news from forum: Email/SMTP Related Forum • Postfix SSL issue with multiple domains <>
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19:38<mmustac>hi alexf! its like day 3 ( or 4 maybe, im bad at days) of us being friends!!! doesnt it just feel amazing!?
19:38<mmustac>no no no
19:39<mmustac>plz let the early mid aughts stay in the past where thry belong
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20:11<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • I have a server that uses PHPMailer, is it safe to use it or I will finish in a RBL? <>
20:12<mmustac>oh christ I finished in RBL once...not a good outcome, really regretted it later
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21:39<mmustac>this movies looks amazing...if any non plebs have seen it plz let me know what you think:
21:40<mmustac>warning, its not a capeshit comic just a heads up
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22:01<mmustac>this is the painter it the Polish painter is about, hes really amazing:
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22:02<mmustac>most normies prob know his work from this one piece, which dont get me wrong, is amazing. but ust th surface.
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22:03<mmustac>anyway if you can find the movie about the really strange end of his life and relationship with son, I highly recommend it. Ill shutup now.
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