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---Logopened Mon Mar 12 00:00:41 2018
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00:00<sudowoodoer>None of these:
00:01<retro|blah>What is your goal in linking us to that website?
00:04<sudowoodoer>Since idk wtf I'm doing or talking about, I wanted to let you know my IP (according to that site) does not match the rhost
00:05<millisa>you really can't tell which attempt is yours when you tail the log?
00:05<millisa>tail -f /var/log/auth.log . try your ssh attempt. you should see it go by
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00:07<millisa>(and if you aren't familiar with 'tail'. you are in for a treat: )
00:07<sudowoodoer>I was using CTRL + W + V
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00:10<Sanjeev>yes showing unable to conect root
00:10<Sanjeev>too many failed attemtp
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00:10<sudowoodoer>That's what I'm getting, from idk who's IP
00:10<Woet>Sanjeev: no one was talking to you
00:11<millisa>Sanjeev: we were waiting for you to show the output of 'nginx -T' in a pastebin
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00:12<sudowoodoer>How can I SSH attempt while reading the /var/log/auth.log file simulateously?
00:12<retro|blah>Open a new putty window.
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00:14<sudowoodoer>Oh and how do you see it go by if the file is static? Is there a way to quickly refresh it or keep it live?
00:14<millisa>that's what tail does...
00:14<Woet>[12:05:58] <millisa> tail -f /var/log/auth.log . try your ssh attempt. you should see it go by
00:14<Woet>[12:07:05] <millisa> (and if you aren't familiar with 'tail'. you are in for a treat: )
00:14<Sanjeev>'nginx -T' its working
00:14<Woet>Sanjeev: we want to see the output.
00:14<Woet>Sanjeev: put it on a pastebin.
00:14<linbot>Please paste longer snippets over at and not in the channel
00:16<millisa>that appears to only have one server{} block with the name '*' defined
00:17<Woet>Wouters-MacBook-Pro:~ woet$ curl -i ''
00:17<Woet>curl: (51) SSL: no alternative certificate subject name matches target host name ''
00:17<Woet>you should fix your sSL.
00:17<Woet>SSL *
00:17<Sanjeev>ssl only intalled for
00:17<Woet>or, yea, have something listen on itself.
00:18<Woet>dwfreed: you still haven't taken any action on the blatant phishing attempt I suffered from
00:18<dwfreed>Woet: oh blow it out your ass
00:18<Woet>it was just as convincing as mine, just making sure you're on top of things
00:19<sudowoodoer>Woet out your ass
00:19<millisa>Sanjeev: So you know how you created a /etc/nginx/sites-available/ file? Did you make one for the site?
00:20<Sanjeev>yes i know
00:20<Sanjeev>only problem with without www
00:21<Woet>Sanjeev: because you don't have a server block for without www.
00:21<Zimsky>Woet: enough
00:21<Woet>Zimsky: enough what?
00:21<Woet>theres never enough pesto
00:21<Woet>how did you come up with that? just randomly listing things you're eating?
00:23<Zimsky>Sanjeev: ideally you should have both and configured
00:23<Zimsky>'www' is kinda outdated now
00:23<millisa>It also looks like the listen lines for 443 are missing.
00:26<sudowoodoer>Is it safe to copy paste stuff from the /var/log/auth.log file
00:26<sudowoodoer>into this chat
00:26<Woet>on a pastebin, sure
00:26<linbot>Please paste longer snippets over at and not in the channel
00:27<millisa>i personally like for pasting stuff. easy/simple has an expiration drop down
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00:27<Woet>like bpaste?
00:27<millisa>like bpaste.
00:30<Woet>Sanjeev: again, we weren't talking to you
00:30<Woet>[12:21:17] <Woet> Sanjeev: because you don't have a server block for without www.
00:30<Woet>[12:23:26] <millisa> It also looks like the listen lines for 443 are missing.
00:30<Woet>Sanjeev: not every message in this channel is aimed at you. theres 335 people here.
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00:35<sudowoodoer>Should I make the paste for members only or unlisted?
00:37<millisa>that looks like a successful login.
00:37<sudowoodoer>Yeah but when I type in the username it says "server won't accept our key"
00:38<sudowoodoer>I'm @ step 9 here:
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00:38<sudowoodoer>"Server refused our key"
00:39<millisa>and the corresponding auth.log entry?
00:40<sudowoodoer>*Confusion intensifies*
00:40<millisa>When you ssh to the system, the auth.log on the server is going to show something.
00:41<millisa>that is a successful attempt.
00:41<millisa>what does it show when you have the unsuccessful attempt.
00:42<sudowoodoer>I'm able to get in even when it says "Server refused our key"
00:42<sudowoodoer>Should I purposefully have an unsuccessful attempt?
00:42<Woet>sudowoodoer: what username are you using?
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00:42<sudowoodoer>The one I created and put in the sudo group
00:43<Woet>sudowoodoer: so why are you running "sudo nano ~/.ssh/authorized_keys"?
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00:44<sudowoodoer>It says the path is inaccessible otherwise
00:44<Woet>oh, apparently sudo won't affect the homedir.
00:44<Woet>that's a bad sign.
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00:44<Woet>the user should be able to edit its own authorized_keys file in its own homedir.
00:45<Woet>theres a reason theres no "sudo" on the tutorial.
00:45<sudowoodoer>Uh oh... I wonder where I went wrong
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00:47<sudowoodoer>Do you think anything is actually messed up bad?
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01:40<sudowoodoer>How do you execute commands within a user's home directory without sudo?
01:40<millisa>You leave off the sudo.
01:40<FluffyFoxeh>or change directories
01:41<sudowoodoer>How do you get permission to is a better question I guess
01:42<millisa>What are you running that is giving you trouble?
01:42<sudowoodoer>I need sudo before everything when I log into the user I created and added to the sudo grp
01:43<millisa>What specifically are you running that is giving you trouble?
01:43<FluffyFoxeh>does the user own his home directory?
01:44<sudowoodoer>for example if I open nano it says the path is inaccessible, unless I add sudo
01:44<FluffyFoxeh>What *exactly* are you typing into the terminal
01:44<sudowoodoer>nano ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
01:46<millisa>Does the user own the directory and own the file? ls -l ~/.ssh and ls -l ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
01:48<sudowoodoer>Permission denied :O
01:49<millisa>fix the ownerships then. chown -R thatuser:thatuser /home/thatuser/.ssh
01:49<millisa>(er, prepend that with sudo)
01:50*FluffyFoxeh wonders if he owns his homedir
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01:52<sudowoodoer>sudo chop!
01:52<sudowoodoer>seeing those green letters... feels good man
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01:52<FluffyFoxeh>did it wokr?
01:53<sudowoodoer>thank you!
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02:15<sudowoodoer>Do you need to add sudo to read /var/log/auth.log?
02:16<millisa>more than likely
02:16<sudowoodoer>Ok good lol
02:34<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • Moving a website to https <>
02:40<Zimsky>sudo chop?
02:43<sudowoodoer>All these failed login attempts in the auth..log file are making me paranoid O.o
02:48<Zimsky>it's the reality of having port 22 open
02:49<Zimsky>you shouldn't be concerned if you properly configure sshd and keep things updated
02:49<Zimsky>but if it really bothers you, change the ssh port to something higher
02:58<sudowoodoer> @ "Port Forwarding (SSH Tunnels) with PuTTY" - I try enter the information, add, and click open. Upon clicking open I get the Windows "duuung" sound. Is this normal? xD
03:05<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • Just wanted to say Hello! <>
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03:49<diveyez>• Block Storage is currently at capacity in the selected datacenter. Please try again later.
03:49<diveyez>Newark, NJ
03:49<diveyez>any idea when block storage comes available again?
03:49<@bmartin>Yes that is correct. We are currently working to expand our availability within Newark but we do not have an ETA at this time.
03:50<@bmartin>Our Fremont data center currently has availability if that works for you
03:50<diveyez>If I change my linode plan to increase storage, will that work?
03:50<diveyez>My linode is at Newark, cant attach CA blocks to that
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03:51<FluffyFoxeh>You can resize your linode for more storage, yes
03:51<@bmartin>You can change your Linode plan to add more storage or you can migrate to Fremont to attach additional storage.
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05:16<diveyez>Who wrote that?>
05:16<diveyez>Debian does include sudo
05:16<diveyez>Well the linode build does
05:21<@bmartin>Hey diveyez I'll pass that info along
05:22<diveyez>I generally dont use those guides, I just read them to see if anything new was added.
05:23<diveyez>Also, for sec purpose, it might be a good idea to remove the 4.15.7-x86_64-linode102 from the builds as well
05:24<diveyez>It should just have the kernel number not the attached linode reference
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06:51<tafa2>anyone tried the slack alternative?
06:56<ponas>I've heard better things about mattermost
06:56<tafa2>ponas thanks
06:56<tafa2>im basically trying to figure out how to hide the user list
06:56<tafa2>in any of these solutions
06:57<tafa2>doesn't look like it can be done in slack
06:57<ponas>sounds like something that can't be turned off
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07:17<Zimsky>slack and anything designed to be like slack is terrible
07:18<Zimsky>why not just stick with IRC
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07:22<tafa2>Zimsky I love IRC
07:23<tafa2>I wish everyone loved it as much as I did - but alas that is not the case
07:23<tafa2>clients/contractors/designers/third parties etc...
07:23<tafa2>They all want to be #cool and chatOps is an f'ing thing now
07:23<ponas>at $DAYJOB we use XMPP, but the not-so-technical people hate it
07:23<ponas>and slack is out of the question because clouds
07:23<ponas>so mattermost it is
07:24<tafa2> literally took 3mins to install
07:24<tafa2>im really impressed
07:24<tafa2>and there's a slack bridge...
07:24<ponas>matterbridge is pretty good:
07:24<ponas>so I can keep using weechat
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07:26<tafa2>ponas u tried it? The docs threw me off a lil
07:26<tafa2>I don't mind a manual installation - but who doesn't have a one command install these days?
07:27<Zimsky>ponas: what did the clouds do
07:28<ponas>tafa2: well you'd need to configure the bridges as a manual step anyway
07:28<ponas>Zimsky: they leak confidential information I heard
07:31<tafa2>that's not true
07:31<tafa2>I've never heard of any cloud leaking any information
07:31<tafa2>ponas you've been bamboozled
07:38<ponas>oops ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
07:40<Zimsky>ponas: generally that's why I avoid "cloud solutions"
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08:36<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • How To Increase Max File Size Upload <>
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08:56<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • How To Increase Max File Size Upload <>
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09:07<tafa2>ponas mattermost is v good btw
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09:43<Zeke>Hey there! I'm looking for a good read regarding linode load. I'm unsure how to read weather my Linodes should be upgraded or not. Any ideas?
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09:52<Woet>Zeke: if load is consistently higher than core count, probably
09:52<Woet>there you go, enjoy your good read.
09:53<Zeke>Hehe thanks, I'm not sure what graph i should be looking at to find out though
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10:11<Nad>Hi Guys, Does linode is dedicated servers or VPS ?
10:11<ponas>only VPS
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10:12<Nad>Thanks.. How about the speed and reliablity?
10:12<ponas>it's superb
10:12<ponas>you can can check latency/speed from your location here:
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10:56<Woet>bmartin has been very speedy and reliable for me.
10:56<@bmartin>Glad to hear it
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11:58<smallclone>hi, feel free to ask your question
11:58<gparent>my question is... how are you
11:58<maqajma>i need verified my accounte fast
11:58<maqajma>You'll receive an email from us after your account has been reviewed, so hang tight!
11:58<smallclone>maqajma: if your account has been tagged for review they will do so as quickly as possible
11:58<Woet>unfortunately all our time traveling experts are busy helping other people
11:58<Woet>i recommend hanging tight.
11:59<smallclone>gparent: a little hung over but good
11:59<maqajma>how much time i need to wait ??
12:00<smallclone>as long as it takes. it shouldn't take more than an hour generally, but no one here is going to be able to tell you exactly.
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12:00<gatman>any packet loss issues out of Newark?
12:01<maqajma>Can you ask the pesponsable to do that quickly for me , i need my it now
12:01<smallclone>maqajma: no
12:01<maqajma>i need it now **
12:02<smallclone>oh i didn't realize you need it now
12:02<smallclone>the answer is still no
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12:02<smallclone>hi, feel free to ask your question
12:02<chris_>Do you offer SSL Certificates?
12:03<smallclone>no they're not a certificate authority
12:03<smallclone>you can install whatever certs you want on a linode
12:03<smallclone>it's a linux vps
12:03<chris_>Do you happen to know how I can get one free?
12:03<smallclone>^ there you go
12:04<@sjacobs> < for easy letsencrypt ssl cert installation.
12:04<maqajma>Ok ok
12:05<tafa2>Could anyone recommend a good SIP trunk provider in the UK? Need someone reliable and £ competitive - would also like to port several numbers over.
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12:09<maqajma>u are the support Or this is just public chat ??
12:10<linbot>Users with ops are employees of Linode, and know what they're talking about. The rest of us are the ever-so-helpful(?) community. Official Linode contact information:
12:11<smallclone>i'm going to point this out once again: having that IRC chat on the "Official Linode contact information" page is super confusing and people can't be blamed for coming in here and thinking it's an official support channel
12:14<maqajma>Okay sorry for that
12:14<smallclone>nope like i said, not really your fault for misunderstanding
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12:15<gparent>it's totally your fault. self-improvement is life fulfillment.
12:16<maqajma>Ok gparent , dnt hv time fr u
12:17<gparent>what an odd dialect
12:17<smallclone>they don't have time to always use vowels
12:19<maqajma>smallclone ;)
12:19<gparent>or I guess 2fst2frs
12:21<smallclone>furious is a word that really needs its vowels
12:22<gparent>you need your vowels
12:22<gparent>take that
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12:24<@mcintosh>i feel like most people do not mistake this for an official support channel
12:25<Peng_>smallclone: Do you think it could reasonably be made more clear? It does say "Linode community"
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12:25<gparent>the contact page makes it clear it's also for chat
12:26<gparent>not saying mistakes won't happen, but outside of making two separate sections or pages for support and community, I don't think they can do much more.
12:27<smallclone>i think having a separate "community" page for irc and the forums makes more sense
12:27<smallclone>of course they explain the distinction on that page but it's the placement itself that is confusing
12:28<gparent>they could probably just add "For casual" to the actual text and it'd be fine
12:29<smallclone>kinda sounds like a sleazy porn ad though
12:30<gparent>nothing says arousal like web-based IRC tools
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12:50<Eugene>Eery day I' Linodin'
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12:56<smallclone>vry dy 'm lndn'
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13:20<gparent>vry dy 'm rbtng
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14:09<VaseOG>hello whats the difference between the $5 nanode instance and the Standard Linode 2048?
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14:10<VaseOG>because the $5 nanode isnt listed as standard im guessing its different or no?
14:11<gparent>where did you read about this nanode
14:12<Peng_>gparent: "Add a Linode" page.
14:12<gparent>oh I see, I checked both blog and pricing
14:12<Peng_>gparent: They put $5 nodes on the bottom with a cone of shame
14:12<VaseOG>no i couldnt find anything on it
14:12<Peng_>VaseOG: There's no difference. It's just $5 and comes with the resources listed.
14:12<gparent>oh it just looks like they moved it
14:12*tafa2 is so confused
14:13*trelane looks at the cone and notes it's labeled "dunce"
14:13<trelane>crap :(
14:13<VaseOG>so its no diffrent that the $20 standard Linode 2014? @peng_ ?
14:14<Peng_>VaseOG: I mean, it has less RAM.
14:14<VaseOG>i mean im just using it for a discord bot and maybe a few other things
14:15<VaseOG>1 gb of ram should be plenty
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14:19<kezimo|alt>What is the "RFC"?
14:19<kezimo|alt>the RFC documents, that is
14:20<synfinatic>standards which run the internet
14:21<kezimo|alt>So what is FIPS?
14:21<dwfreed>Google exists
14:21<kezimo|alt>@ synfinatic
14:22<synfinatic>yeah, that
14:22<kezimo|alt>FIPS also seems to be a list of standards that run the internet however i have never heard of it before and ive been browsing the tubes since 1995
14:22<kezimo|alt>im asking what the difference between the two is and why ive never heard of FIPS
14:22<synfinatic>probably because you don't sell things to the gov't
14:22<kezimo|alt>I've heard of RFC
14:22<smallclone>that's only relevant if you're working with the government and required to meet their information security standards
14:23<kezimo|alt>I have not heard of FIPS. One encryption algorithm im considering is talked about in FIPS, but not in the RFC
14:23<synfinatic>fips is more of a certification process
14:23<kezimo|alt>and vice versa for another one
14:23<synfinatic>"document all the things"
14:23<synfinatic>RFC says how things work
14:23<synfinatic>just use NSA Suite B and you'll be fine
14:24<kezimo|alt>NSA patriot rainbow table maximus super secret squirtle spy the 2nd
14:24<synfinatic>also, if you are selecting encryption algorithims and you don't know the difference between RFC and FIPS, you're almost certainly doing it worng
14:24<synfinatic>anyways, i'm done wasting my time
14:24<kezimo|alt>The Surveillance Software™
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14:32<Cromulent>when ubuntu 18.04 comes out at the end of april would you upgrade from 16.04 straightaway or wait a few months for early bugs to be fixed?
14:33<Peng_>One line of thought is to wait for 18.04.1 in ~October.
14:33<Peng_>I hate upgrading so I'll wait until 2028.
14:33<Cromulent>hm I'm pretty keen to upgrade - waiting until october seems to be a bit of a wait
14:36<Peng_>You're the opposite of me then :D
14:36<Peng_>I did upgrade to 8.04 as soon as it came out. Went well enough. :D
14:36<Cromulent>I'm just looking forward to 18.04 natively supporting HTTP 2
14:36<gparent>the best part of upgrading ubuntu was when ext4 came out
14:38<Cromulent>I think I must have dealth with that issue but can't remember - I've been with Linode since 2010
14:38<gparent>im not sure I was using linode at the time
14:38<Peng_>Linode switched from ext3 to ext4 by default at some point.
14:38<Peng_>Simpler than like ReiserFS.
14:39<gparent>I remember you could convert the filesystem in place but it had some drawbacks I forgot
14:39<Cromulent>are people still going crazy over btrfs or has that cooled down now?
14:40<gparent>I went crazy about it for a whole evening, but I was scared of losing data from my lack of understanding of it
14:40<Cromulent>there was a time when I was tempted by FreeBSD and ZFS but didn't know enough about it
14:41<gparent>there's really good books about it
14:41<gparent>books are those weird relics with printed characters usually bound together
14:41<gparent>I recently discovered them
14:41<Cromulent>maybe once my bank balance is back in the positive again I'll have a look
14:42<Peng_>gparent: Converting in-place enabled like 90% of ext4 features but not a couple. No upgrading the max number of inodes maybe?
14:42<gparent>there's probably old doc somewhere and discusses this
14:42<gparent>that discusses*
14:43<gparent>I've been using XFS because it auto-tunes to my underlying devices pretty well
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15:54<Demo>One more day, I found out if I've bagged a new job!
15:55<Demo>find out even/
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16:06<AlexMax>Linode DNS
16:07<AlexMax>Is there a way to change the default TTL?
16:07<AlexMax>And if not, does the TTL have a timeout, after which it gets reverted?
16:07<AlexMax>I need to change a bunch of domains to have short TTL's, and I would rather they not be reverted like 2 days after I set them
16:07<AlexMax>I think Rackspace had some reset thing going on
16:09<AlexMax>Oh I think I see where to edit the defaults...
16:09<AlexMax>the SOA record
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17:02<AlexMax>oh dear
17:02<AlexMax>The semicolons in my TXT field got turned into \059
17:03<AlexMax>okay, dig seems to come back with normal semicolons
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17:04<AlexMax>but if I take that zone file that Linode gives me and I transfer it elsewhere, is that a valid thing you can put in a zone file?
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17:04<AlexMax>seems like an octal literal
17:04<Peng_>Octal doesn't have nines
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17:05<Peng_>DNS is quirky
17:05<Peng_>It's probably valid
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17:07<telec>hello, anyone from linode looking on?
17:07<linbot>Users with ops are employees of Linode, and know what they're talking about. The rest of us are the ever-so-helpful(?) community. Official Linode contact information:
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17:09<telec>what does ops mean... excuse my stupidity lol
17:09<AlexMax>Peng_: Sorry, I"m used to assuming that a leading \0 means octal
17:09<Peng_>telec: It's short for operator. People like mcintosh who have an @ or colored dot next to their name.
17:10<Peng_>telec: It's the IRC term for a moderator or admin or similar.
17:10<telec>ah ok, I need to escalate a ticket I have open
17:10<Peng_>AlexMax: You're used to things making sense, but this is DNS. :D
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17:35<Demo>3 minutes to migrate , Linode <3
17:38<Peng_>AlexMax: the zone file escape format
17:39<relidy>!point Peng
17:40<linbot>relidy: Point given to peng. (21)
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17:41<bob>anyone from support?
17:41<linbot>Users with ops are employees of Linode, and know what they're talking about. The rest of us are the ever-so-helpful(?) community. Official Linode contact information:
17:41<bob>are you support?
17:42<Peng_>I'm afraid not
17:42<bob>So how do you get support here?
17:42<Demo>Although we may be able to help :)
17:42<bob>does linode offer plesk?
17:43<Peng_>No, but you can get a Plesk license somewhere(?) and install it if you want to.
17:43<Demo>bob: you're able to install Plesk on Linode, although you would have to handle the license yourself.
17:43<Peng_>You could also probably pay Linode to install it.
17:43<bob>ok thanks
17:44<Demo>Sure anytime
17:44<bob>I'm actually looking foir a host that offers these things out of the bo
17:44<bob>and chat support 24/7
17:44<bob>but I guess I'll keep on looking
17:44<bob>Thank you very much though
17:44<Demo>bob: there's always managed hosting, if VPS isn't suited. :)
17:44<bob>nice of you to help me out
17:45<bob>I just need plesk
17:45<bob>thanks evryone
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17:46<Peng_>!point smallclone
17:46<linbot>Peng_: Point given to smallclone. (17)
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18:28<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • SSL Letsencrypt installation issue <>
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18:30<arooni>trying to get remote clipboard sharing working ;; i have xclip installed; and am connecting from ubuntu to ubuntu with x11 enabled. but if the value of DISPLAY is not set when i connect; it means 1) its the fault of my ssh setup 2) no sense in trying to set it manually right
18:31<arooni>i see debug3: Ignored env DISPLAY ;; when i connect with ssh -vvvvvvvvvvv
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18:38<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • SSL Letsencrypt installation issue <>
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19:18<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • SSL Letsencrypt installation issue <>
19:20<linbot>19:07:23 <HoopyCat> zaaaaaaaaaayo, zaaa-aa-aaa-aaaa-yoooooo, latency come and me wan' go home
19:21<zifnab>sorry talking about network shit at work
19:21<zifnab>knew that song existed somewhere
19:23<linbot>It vends! a pantsuit
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19:54<cbirk>thunder thighs
19:55<cbirk>welp now i have to change my password
19:55<MrPPS>change to hunder 2
19:56<MrPPS>sequel to hunter2
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20:30<spas>i want to ask what kind of payment you have ?
20:30<linbot>Peng would like to point out * doesn't include hidden stuff.
20:30<Zimsky>I'm sure peng would
20:30<Peng_>I added !payment. :P
20:31<Zimsky>keep adding * until it includes hidden stuff
20:32<spas>thanks a lot
20:32<linbot>Install cPanel on CentOS: Linode does not sell cPanel licenses, but it's provided free to Linode Managed customers: Or try a free panel like Webmin: Or just use the command line:
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20:37<MrPPS>hey Guest493
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20:46<ericoc>o they left
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22:09<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • Customized Swaging Machine <>
22:11<Woet>good morning fools
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22:19<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • Api price <> || General Discussion • China storage warehouse factory <> || General Discussion • wholesale stainless sunglasses <>
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22:29<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • hot sales bamboo pallets <>
22:29<linbot>Peng would like to point out * doesn't include hidden stuff.
22:29<Woet>oh ok
22:29<Woet>bhanks: are you in the market for a chinese storage warehouse factory, stainless sunglasses or hot bamboo pallets?
22:30<Woet>bhanks: perhaps even a customized swaging machine?
22:37<@nmelehan>she wants one of these
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22:39<Zimsky>peng's ping made a bit of a pong
22:40<Woet>but does it iron too
22:40<Woet>i dont mind folding
22:40<Woet>i mind ironing
22:40<Zimsky>peng's ping does not iron
22:40<Zimsky>it only pongs and pings
22:41<Zimsky>* Woet is now known as Woet|away
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23:05<@mcintosh>!point linbot
23:05<linbot>mcintosh: Point given to linbot. (1337) (Biggest fan: mcintosh, total: 7)
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23:19<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • Why is PSG chief Al Khelaifi flying out to meet Neymar in Brazil? <>
23:19<Peng_>Sounds on-topic
23:21<HoopyCat>to get to the other side
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23:28<Zimsky>why would it not be on topic?
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23:49<Peng_>Not a PSG fan?
23:57<Woet>nmelehan: still looking for a Linode employee who is interested in actually preventing the spam rather than just deleting it day after day after day after day
23:57<Woet>maybe i should apply because they don't seem to exist
23:58<Ikaros>Well, what would you do to prevent it?
23:58<millisa>maybe a captcha, but my vote is an intern transcription service.
23:59<Woet>1) don't use the default phpBB 2.0 captcha that has been broken a million times
23:59<@bhanks>yeah woet can come be our intern.
23:59<Woet>that's like the obvious step one
23:59<Woet>for bonus points, some other things that could be done:
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