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01:00<montigny34>hey all :)
01:01<montigny34>could somebody help me with mysqli_select_db ?
01:01<arlen>new school project?
01:01<nate>montigny34: Probably could help if you'd be more than vague :P
01:01<montigny34>pardon arlen: ?
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01:02<arlen>montigny34: when you were 'bobby' you said you were working on a project
01:02<arlen>school project *
01:02<montigny34>who's bobby?
01:02<arlen>;)
01:02<millisa> he'd say, and smile in that special way
01:02<montigny34>nate: https://pastebin.com/EPDxBF4Z
01:03<montigny34>pretend the commented out part is uncommented, it runs the first part but when I switch databases it returns blank instead of error (don't ask why my success message says error lol)
01:04<montigny34>i looked at the documentation for object oriented on the php site and as far as I can tell I'm doing the correct thing?
01:13<Cromulent>you still have a security vulnerability in your code
01:13<montigny34>yes I know, I'm going to rewrite it once I can get the whole thing to run properly lol
01:13<montigny34>never used mysqli_select_db
01:15<millisa>Simplify? I just tried the 'procedural style' example on http://php.net/manual/en/mysqli.select-db.php and it appeared to switch dbs as described
01:17<montigny34>procedural doesn't really simplify it though
01:17<millisa>simplify your question.
01:17<montigny34>I'm confused, are you asking me to re-phrase my question?
01:18<millisa>When asking a question about something not working in custom code, to folks that aren't familiar with your code, you don't get as far throwing an excerpt of that code up and saying 'whats wrong with this. one part doesnt work'.
01:19<millisa>You're saying that you're having trouble with the db selection; so start with a simple example that just does that and see if you can get that to work.
01:20<montigny34>https://pastebin.com/1Awmavnc
01:20<montigny34>I edited my code
01:20<montigny34>my example is simple to be fair
01:22<FluffyFoxeh>[01:01:13] <arlen> new school project?
01:22<FluffyFoxeh>10/10 laughed my ass off
01:24<montigny34>ok ok, so i got it working by changing it from a mysqli_multi_query to one regular query before i switch databases
01:27<montigny34>anybody know why having multiple queries makes the change of database not work?
01:32<millisa>seems to work for me
01:32<montigny34>when using a $sql = blah blah and then $sql.= blah blah THEN mysli_select_db?
01:33<millisa>just took the example from the multiquery and the selectdb manual and combined them in this test: https://pastebin.com/yDfAY3pS
01:34<millisa>it output this: https://pastebin.com/hP0rxacH
01:34<millisa>(and of course, don't use root, sanitize your inputs, this is just an example, buyer beware, hakuna matata)
01:36<montigny34>still won't work for me idk why
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03:54<Sanjeev>Hi
03:54<Sanjeev>How cout I created my private Network and devide them into small subnet
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03:55<Sanjeev>and add server in those subnet to take only private Ip not public
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04:30<sfs>morning all. quick question, I ran a couple of nodes already but want to run a box that runs automated openvas scans of my company network. do linode frown on that?
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04:31<millisa>assuming your company's aware of it, I don't see why Linode would care.
04:32<millisa>if you are just some schmo at the company running a scan and the company's IT dept gets upset and reports it as abuse; probably not so much
04:33<millisa>(I have an openvas scanner at linode I use for my folks that ask for it; it's not automated, but Linode hasn't complained about it yet)
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04:35<millisa>(they probably wouldn't have a doc on openvas8 up if they didn't intend for you to be able to use it: https://www.linode.com/docs/security/install-openvas-on-ubuntu-16-04 )
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04:45<sfs_>lol, good point on that doc
04:45<sfs_>its all sanctioned, just another thing on my list of 5,000 things that have to be done yesterday
04:45<sfs_>thansk
04:47<sfs_>always better to ask, as AWS go mental if they see port scans from their own network
04:49<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14414&p=74326#p74326>
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04:51<bytefire>hi, reading about zram, wondering if it will be a good idea to enable it by default for smaller (1G systems)?
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06:06<captainepoch>Hi
06:09<@sjacobs>hello
06:11<Zimsky><arlen> new school project?
06:11<Zimsky>nice arlen
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08:30<Netto>good morning
08:31<Netto>You have free trial?
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08:31<dzho>Netto: they have a 7-day money-back guarantee
08:32<Netto>thanks
08:32<dzho>np
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09:40<ranjeet>Hi Team I have resize my block storage.
09:40<ranjeet>Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/root 89G 23G 62G 27% / devtmpfs 3.9G 0 3.9G 0% /dev tmpfs 3.9G 0 3.9G 0% /dev/shm tmpfs 3.9G 9.4M 3.9G 1% /run tmpfs 3.9G 0 3.9G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup /dev/sdc 296G 174G 108G 62% /mnt/elastic tmpfs 799M 0 799M 0% /run/user/0
09:40<ranjeet>sorry
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09:41<ranjeet>Here you go df -h https://codeshare.io/5w4J1B
09:41<ranjeet>umount /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-0Linode_Volume_elastic umount: /mnt/elastic: target is busy. (In some cases useful info about processes that use the device is found by lsof(8) or fuser(1))
09:42<ranjeet>Please help
10:00<chmod_777>well, like the instructions said - you'll want to determine what process is using the device still.
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11:14<petr_>Hi, does Linode provide something like DO's Floating IP?
11:14<dwfreed>yes
11:14<dwfreed>it's known as IP failover
11:14<petr_>Cool, does it has an API?
11:14<dwfreed>no need
11:15<dwfreed>you just bring the address up and do a gratuitous ARP
11:16*Zimsky arps dwfreed
11:17<petr_>But... how does the IP failover recognize that my primary server has a problem, for instace with a database.
11:18<MajObviousman>it stops responding to ARPs
11:18<petr_>What is "it"?
11:18<MajObviousman>the primary server
11:19<petr_>That should be programmed, shouldn't be?
11:19<MajObviousman>the ARP cache of things sending it packets will expire in some number of seconds. After that, it will need to do another ARP request. The failover server will respond with an ARP reply and the (now dead) primary will be unable to
11:20<HoopyCat>your servers will need to monitor each other to determine which one should have the IP
11:20<MajObviousman>think corosync/heartbeat
11:21<MajObviousman>the pacemaker on each system is constantly checking in with the other systems in the cluster. If the primary stops responding to the checks, then it's time to take over
11:21<HoopyCat>petr_: https://www.linode.com/docs/websites/introduction-to-high-availability gets into the various parts (specifically https://www.linode.com/docs/websites/introduction-to-high-availability#failover for this part of it)
11:22<MajObviousman>whatever system takes over adds the floating IP to its interface (defined ahead of time) and sends a few gratuitous ARP replies to change everyone's cache
11:23<MajObviousman>all of this happens on layer 2 inside the same LAN, so there's no router involvement required
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11:25<petr_>MajObviousman: how can the pacemaker know that the primary server has a problem? i have heard that the secondary server should check the primary server... I thought the secondary server will try the HTTP request on the primary server. ARP sounds like low level. I need to check 200 OK and in case of problem change IP.
11:26<dwfreed>read the guide
11:27<MajObviousman>read the guide
11:27<Zimsky>read the guide
11:27<MajObviousman>I don't much care for keepalived because you've still got a single point of failure
11:28<HoopyCat>petr_: note: there is also https://www.linode.com/nodebalancers/ which is worth looking at (esp. if you're working towards HTTP(S) load balancing)
11:30<petr_>I guess I do not need LB I just need to change IP in case of problem of primary server in one datacenter.
11:31<MajObviousman>correct
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11:33<GC>where are the VPS servers based
11:33<petr_>"The keepalived service uses user-defined rules to monitor for a certain number of failures by a database node." it is too general. What kind of rules?
11:34<Zimsky>in datacenters, GC
11:34<GC>where in the world
11:34<Zimsky>https://www.linode.com/speedtest
11:34<HoopyCat>petr_: rules that are defined by the user
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11:34<petr_>HoopyCat: :)
11:34<MajObviousman>hmm, maybe I'm thinking of a different HA. What's the one with the distributor out front and each node responds as if it were that distributor?
11:35<GC>ok thanks
11:35<HoopyCat>petr_: (implying that the user is you, the reader of the documentation)
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11:35<petr_>Omg, I know, but I just cannot imagin the rules.
11:35<petr_>can you give me an example, please?
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11:36<MajObviousman>if a request goes to a system but there's no reply
11:37<petr_>or does the manager has a clickable configurator, should I prepare some perl script?
11:37<MajObviousman>that would indicate the database server is either overloaded or down
11:37<MajObviousman>I think you should try installing it and following the guides
11:37<MajObviousman>pretty much all of these questions are self-answerable if you just try it
11:38<petr_>Yes, but I am doing a research for a new infrastructure... so I need to know details before the boss will pay it...
11:40<petr_>Because after fail over to the second server I need to promote second database to the master. Is there a space to call these scripts?
11:40<MajObviousman>research costs time. Time = money. Spend a few cents to spin up a $5/mo Linode for a day
11:40<MajObviousman>this will cost your boss a hell of a lot less than you wasting your time
11:40<Zimsky>time != money
11:41<petr_>because maybe the Digital Ocean is better and I dont know it.
11:43<MajObviousman>Zimsky: they are not fungible, but their values can be readily converted from one to the other
11:43<Zimsky>not quite sure about that
11:43<MajObviousman>how much do you bill an hour?
11:43<Zimsky>I don't
11:43<MajObviousman>take your yearly salary and divide by 2050
11:43<Zimsky>I don't
11:44<MajObviousman>don't work?
11:44<Zimsky>I don't have a fixed salary
11:44<Zimsky>one year I might get nothing, another I might get a lot
11:44<MajObviousman>cease being obtuse
11:44<MajObviousman>obtusity isn't a word, I think
11:44<Zimsky>cease resorting to ad hominem attacks
11:45<MajObviousman>obtuseness?
11:45<Zimsky>I changed my mind, you're a cunt
11:45<MajObviousman>yes I am. Now go away
11:45<Zimsky>nou
11:45<MajObviousman>petr_: HA failover techniques are not always vendor-specific
11:46<MajObviousman>the concepts are universal. Different vendors have different implementations some time
11:46<dwfreed>MajObviousman: would you prefer if he were... acute?
11:46*dwfreed ducks
11:46*MajObviousman throws things
11:46<Zimsky>he?
11:46<dwfreed>s/he/they/
11:46<MajObviousman>I suppose in the modern era it's no longer safe to assume every person on the internet is male
11:46<dwfreed>also, something something there are no girls on the internet
11:47<MajObviousman>Zimsky: you earn money, and you can calculate how many hours it took to earn that money. So you can create a dollar per hour calculation
11:47<MajObviousman>whether that's across a year or multiple years, or across individual projects
11:47<petr_>MajObviousman: I see, but it is very sad
11:47<MajObviousman>does not matter
11:48<MajObviousman>so, Zimsky, I say you are being obtuse when you defiantly refuse to acknowledge what is readily obvious
11:48<Zimsky>MajObviousman: every project I take is a fixed number
11:48<Zimsky>based on not the time, but the effort
11:48<Zimsky>time I have
11:48<Zimsky>I don't see time as being an issue
11:49<MajObviousman>then take what I am clearly communicating, what 99% of typical learned people would undestand me to be saying, and translate it into your own metaphor
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11:50<Zimsky>what?
11:50<petr_>HoopyCat, MajObviousman: so, the linode IP failover cannot check HTTP response or call another scripts after the incident?
11:50<ryu>i'm having problems tunneling into my server using mysql workbench i've entered the correct credentials but it says "could not connect the SSH tunnel" how can i troubleshoot this?
11:51<chmod_777>ryu: trying connecting to it with ssh using the same credentials?
11:51<chmod_777>probably a good place to start
11:51<MajObviousman>petr_: Linode has nothing to do with which server your floating IP starts on or fails over to, except to ensure that both/all systems in the cluster are on the same segment
11:51<MajObviousman>once they've ensured that, their role in this is done
11:51<Zimsky>obviously you can average the cumulative income over 365 days to calculate "a salary", but that's doesn't accurately represent anything here
11:51<MajObviousman>so you can use any software you like to do the checking, you can write whatever check you like, etc etc
11:51<Zimsky>s/'s//
11:52<ryu>chmod_777: digging into the logs this is the error it's returning (SSHException: Incompatible ssh peer (no acceptable kex algorithm)
11:53<HoopyCat>petr_: the linode IP failover permits you to bring up a given IP address on multiple linodes. nothing more, nothing less. it is up to you to architect the actual failover and conditions thereof, and there's lots of existing tools to do that. (or, nodebalancers are a service that will do the traffic direction for you)
11:53<petr_>MajObviousman: yes, any software, but I cannot change the IP because it does not have API
11:53<MajObviousman>er
11:53<MajObviousman>I see the knowledge gap now
11:53<petr_>cool
11:53<MajObviousman>let's take this into a different realm
11:56<MajObviousman>did you study Digital Ocean first, by chance?
11:56<chmod_777>ryu: seems like some other workbench users run into that error when updating: https://serverfault.com/questions/692060/mysql-workbench-with-debian-jessie-tcp-ip-over-ssh-does-not-work
11:56<MajObviousman>looking on their floating IP documentation, I see that ou have to assign it to a specific droplet
11:56<MajObviousman>and then make an API call to assign it to a different droplet
11:56<MajObviousman>what's the thing that makes the API call in this model?
11:56<chmod_777>there's a couple of potential fixes there..but this is all assuming that you've configured mysql workbench correctly and that, at some point, it did work
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12:01<petr_>MajObviousman: I just know that they have the floating IP and API... but they don't have an IRC chat :P so I came here first.
12:01<MajObviousman>Linode has no API for moving a floating IP. It doesn't need one.
12:01<MajObviousman>so there's a distinction
12:02<MajObviousman>I think any vendor based on openstack or AWS-like architecture would require an API call to move the floating IP. Linode is a different architecture entirely. Less over-engineered.
12:02<petr_>"what's the thing that makes the API call in this model?" The second or third server?
12:02<MajObviousman>sometimes to its detriment, such as using hundreds of /24s
12:02<MajObviousman>petr_: right
12:03<HoopyCat>it sounds like everything you'd need to do on Linode, you'd also need to do on DO, plus the API call
12:04<ryu>chmod_777 : thanks i had to modify the ssh file works now
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12:04<MajObviousman>honestly, I don't like how DO's doing this. According to their docs, you can't even tell on the droplet if you have the floating IP or not. You HAVE to make a call to the API
12:04<MajObviousman>that's silly
12:05<MajObviousman>"A Droplet can see if it has a Floating IP assigned to itself by using the Droplet Metadata service." or just fecking look on its interface
12:05<MajObviousman>https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-floating-ips-on-digitalocean if you're interested
12:06<MajObviousman>I do like how they have tutorials for three different HA softwares
12:10<lleringhen>Hello;
12:10<lleringhen>Do you use encryption for your Linode?
12:10<Peng>MajObviousman: Would life be exciting without NAT?
12:10<Peng>lleringhen: What kind of encryption?
12:10<lleringhen>LUKS
12:11<lleringhen>I mean, the full disk encryption
12:12<lleringhen>I read that there are drawbacks, like Linode backup service not working
12:14<dwfreed>also needing to enter your encryption key at every boot
12:14<dwfreed>which means if a host needs to reboot, you'll be offline until you're around to do that
12:16<lleringhen>So what the majority of you choose to do? Renounce to encryption and choose other ways for hardening security?
12:16<Zimsky>if your concern is such that you feel you need FDE, you should be running your own hardware
12:17<dwfreed>FDE only protects your data from physical access
12:17<Zimsky>well, not entirely
12:17<Zimsky>you can dump the memory when the vm is loaded and extract the key
12:18<dwfreed>Zimsky: right, by physical access I mean pulling the drive and sticking it in another machine and attempting to read it
12:18<HoopyCat>FDE really only protects you when things are shut down
12:18<Zimsky>^ to both
12:18<petr_>MajObviousman: The DO model for HA is obvious for me. After the API call (for IP change) I will need to promote the second DB to master level and send the email or sth like this. How can I prepare it at linode? The rules sounds like mistery for me. I do not see a bridge between this problems. Give me please more examples.
12:19<lleringhen>So would you also avoid to set up a password for Grub, for securing the boot loader?
12:20<Zimsky>what's your threat model
12:20<Zimsky>what are your risks
12:20<Zimsky>what kind of data are you storing
12:20<Zimsky>you need to establish the actual threat/risk to your infrastructure, and then you can work out the best means to protect against that
12:21<MajObviousman>Peng: err?
12:22<Zimsky>life would be exciting without nate
12:22<MajObviousman>petr_: the Linode model, instead of an API call, you will run a script on the system that A) adds the floating IP to your public interface and B) sends some number of gratuitous ARPs
12:22<MajObviousman>everything else is the same
12:23<lleringhen>I have no really important data to protect, however I was interested in knowing how the average user at Linode treats security
12:24<lleringhen>I still have to create my Liode and gathering information
12:26<lleringhen>I suppose Linode has its means to protect physical threats and grant physical security
12:26<MajObviousman>lleringhen: ever toured a datacenter?
12:26<MajObviousman>it's non-trivial to get inside, even if you belong
12:27<lleringhen>Never, I wish I had
12:27<HoopyCat>main threat in most cases is security issues with applications/configurations
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12:30<Zimsky>for all you know, linode and their datacenter operators could be forced to provide physical ongoing access to the NSA
12:30<petr_>MajObviousman: "adds the floating IP to your public interface" you mean change the IP address to the second server?
12:30<MajObviousman>no
12:30<Zimsky>if you supposedly don't care, then do whatever
12:30<MajObviousman>each server has its own IP address
12:31<MajObviousman>the floating IP address is an additional one
12:31<MajObviousman>you need to leave each server's own IP address alone so you can do health checks and manage the system
12:33<petr_>MajObviousman: I see, I guess I meant the same think
12:33<petr_>*thing
12:33<MajObviousman>ok
12:33<petr_>But
12:34<petr_>MajObviousman: why the B)
12:34<MajObviousman>so your little cluster exists to serve clients of some kind
12:35<MajObviousman>if the primary dies and the secondary takes over the IP, those clients will not know
12:35<MajObviousman>so B is to notify them
12:35<MajObviousman>if you don't do B, then clients will figure it out on their own eventually
12:36<HoopyCat>(more specifically, to notify the routers that the change has occurred)
12:36<MajObviousman>and, I should clarify, I'm using the term "clients" to be generic. In such a hosting environment, your clients will be on a different segment, so all client packets are entering the segment from the router
12:36<MajObviousman>yes
12:39<petr_>so A) and B) is covered by some linode service under the rules? Or how can I practically ensure this model?
12:40<MajObviousman>A and B are done by you
12:40<petr_>how?
12:40<MajObviousman>you script it
12:40<MajObviousman>if you read the guide, it tells you how
12:41*MajObviousman is heading out to lunch
12:42<FluffyFoxeh>lleringhen: usually the threat model on servers is such that FDE doesn't protect against much of anything
12:44<FluffyFoxeh>since most of the danger comes from the internet, not from inside the datacentre
12:47<FluffyFoxeh>thus, I don't bother with it on my linode. I do use it on my laptop because it being stolen is a plausible scenario
12:52<petr_>so instead of simple PHP API call I have to program a shell script for the Keepalived program and send some ARPs
12:53<petr_>:/
12:53<lleringhen>Thanks you all for your advice and suggestion.
12:54*petr_ is heading out to dinner
12:55<lleringhen>In effect, reading the (outdated) information at Linode, it seemed also counterproductive the use of FDE on a Linode
12:58<petr_>lleringhen: Do you have servers only at linode?
12:58<lleringhen>Actually I do not have any server. I still have to sign up for a Linode
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15:57<vinc>hi
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15:58<vinc>anyone help me?
15:59<dzho>!to vinc ask
15:59<linbot>vinc: 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 http://alexfornuto.com/how-to-ask-for-help-on-irc/
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16:11<linbot>New news from status: Connectivity Issues - Between our Dallas data center and Cox Communications network in California <https://status.linode.com/incidents/nvqbwgtwccdc>
16:22<HoopyCat>Cox-blocked
16:22<dzho>d'oh
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16:27<tomferreira>hi
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16:29<pirate96>can anyone confirm the Dallas DC address is 1333 North Stemmons Freeway Dallas, Texas 75207
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16:32<HoopyCat>pirate96: you'd likely want to check w/ Linode directly (and probably have a good reason to know)... do note that i believe there's more than one facility in dallas
16:32<pirate96>OK, thanks. I will open a ticket with them
16:33<pirate96>pesky regulators.... and their need to know
16:36<HoopyCat>mmm, regulators
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18:49<vadim>Hello. Forgive me for forgetting, does Linode pay on an hourly or monthly basis?
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18:50<relidy>!pricing
18:50<linbot>https://www.linode.com/pricing
18:50<relidy>You're charged hourly, but capped monthly.
18:51<vadim>I want to run another Linode for periodic tests and can not understand when it is turned off, the payment will be charged?
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18:51<relidy>If it's provisioned, you're charged whether it's on or off.
18:51<relidy>To not be billed for it, you'd have to destroy it.
18:52<vadim>Understood thanks.
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19:22<csnxs>Owchie.
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19:27<csnxs>!to mcintosh urmom
19:27<linbot>mcintosh: Yo mommas so weird, she walked past a furry convention and they eyed HER suspiciously! (11:0/0) [muorm]
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20:15<Lee>!to
20:15<linbot>Lee: An error has occurred and has been logged. Please contact this bot's administrator for more information.
20:15<Lee>!to Lee
20:16<Lee>!to Lee urmom
20:16<linbot>Lee: Yo mommas so blind, she dated mikegrb and thought it was Ben Affleck! (25:0/0) [mrumo]
20:16<Lee>!to Lee urmom
20:16<linbot>Lee: Yo mommas so stupid she sold her car for gas money! (5:0/0) [roumm]
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20:16<Lee>!to Lee urmom
20:16<linbot>Lee: Yo mommas so stupid she sold her car for gas money! (5:0/0) [urmmo]
20:16<Lee>!to Lee urmom
20:16<linbot>Lee: Yo mommas so ignorant, She thinks the internet is internet explorer. (13:0/0) [mmuor]
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20:16<linbot>Lee: Yo mommas so clumsy, she tore her POSIX ACL! (10:1/1) [ruomm]
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20:18<dwfreed>Lee: protip, don't do that
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20:19<Lee>doh
20:26<arlen>if you want to see all of them, can pm linbot
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20:55<Lee>I followed instructions https://www.linode.com/docs/websites/forums/install-a-simple-machines-forum-on-your-website
20:55<Lee>and then I got this error
20:55<Lee>Table 'forum.smf_messages' doesn't exist
20:55<Lee>it created a bunch of tables automatically.
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21:09<Eugene>Every day I'm Linodin http://i.imgur.com/tB14EJl.jpg
21:10*Zimsky whacks Lee
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