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---Logopened Sun May 12 00:00:36 2019
00:20-!-tux0r [~tux0r@99-72-201-62.lightspeed.rcsntx.sbcglobal.net] has joined #linode
00:20-!-tux0r is "realname" on #linode #linux #debian
00:28<Cromulent>hmm if you have a HTTP/2 server and a HTTP 1.1 client tries to connect will the HTTP/2 server automatically drop down to HTTP 1.1?
00:28<dwfreed>yes
00:28<Cromulent>cool thanks
00:28<Peng>That's up to the server.
00:29<dwfreed>http/2 is typically negotiated during the ssl handshake
00:29<Cromulent>I was looking at using Node.js HTTP/2 class for a simple website
00:29<dwfreed>(unless you're doing h2c)
00:29<Cromulent>no it'll have an SSL cert
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01:41<dcraig>dwfreed, yes, eons ago
01:41<dcraig>rsdehart, can't find the fish tickle option in the new manager :(
01:41<dwfreed>so it probably was before Linode started tracking which distro you deployed from
01:42<dwfreed>so the only way to update that, short of a database edit, is to redeploy
01:42<dcraig>the 'unknown' status is growing on me
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03:06<maskman>hello
03:06<linbot>hi
03:07<maskman>can anyone tell me whats the cpu ghz for mumbai vps
03:07<dwfreed>enough
03:07<Peng>About 2.0 - 2.5
03:07<maskman>how much
03:07<Peng>Probably
03:08<maskman>ok thanks
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03:09<Peng>I just remembered Linode still has some older 2.8 GHz servers (but probably not in new data centers)
03:10<dwfreed>don't the epyc hosts have some decent clocks?
03:10<Peng>...Does maskman know that the India data center is "upcoming"?
03:10<dwfreed>probably not
03:10<Peng>dwfreed: I think one was 2.0 and one was 2.5.
03:11<Peng>with maximum super ultra overclock burst if like 4 GHz
03:11<Peng>of*
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07:14-!-mrtok is "Rod Leathers" on #linode
07:15<mrtok>did you get my credentials? you just sent me a reply that my account was deactivated do i need to redo it ?
07:15<mrtok>thanks for your help/time
07:16<LouWestin>You have to call or email support to find out
07:16<mrtok>that's the thing just sent email and i emailed my driver id and credit card as requested
07:17<mrtok>is your company having problems at my bank coz as of right now you are the only place online that seems to be
07:17<mrtok>out of all the years online the only time i had to send someone my driver id and credit card was at binance and that was banking which i get
07:17<mrtok>this is for a fucken vps
07:17<mrtok>not a medical application or banking etc
07:17<mrtok>so what's the fucken problem ?
07:18<LouWestin>Don’t know, contact support
07:18<mrtok>naw fuck you
07:18<mrtok>go fuck yourself
07:18<mrtok> tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs
07:18<mrtok>1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s
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07:18<mrtok>sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM
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07:18<mrtok>1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s
07:18<mrtok>n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t
07:18<mrtok>sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s
07:18<mrtok>n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t
07:18<mrtok>sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s
07:18<mrtok>n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t
07:18<mrtok>sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM
07:18<mrtok>n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs
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07:18<mrtok>n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs
07:18<mrtok>1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM
07:18<mrtok>n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs
07:18<mrtok>1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s n0t sPaM n0t sPaM n0t sPaM tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s tHIs 1s n0t sPaM tHIs 1s
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07:21<rsdehart>maybe he died
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07:21-!-Edgeman16 is "Edgeman" on #linode
07:22<LouWestin>lol
07:23<LouWestin>I don’t think he realized that this is community support
07:25<rsdehart>basically nobody does
07:25<rsdehart>everyone assumes that this is official we're up in your account and know who you are from the nick you've chosen or something support
07:25<rsdehart>because what else could it possibly be?
07:26<rsdehart>isn't everybody's official support over an anonymous medium?
07:26<LouWestin>Right right. lol
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07:28<LouWestin>You can possibly get a ticket expedited if one of the Ops are on.
07:30<rsdehart>well, right
07:30<rsdehart>but that doesn't make it official chat
07:30<rsdehart>official support
07:31<rsdehart>everyone in here isn't a linode employee
07:31<rsdehart>at no point did mrtok report a ticket number
07:31<rsdehart>he just presumed whoever he was talking to to automagically know who he was
07:32<LouWestin>I don’t think they would say much anyway
07:32<LouWestin>Or could
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07:45-!-NomadJim is "Nomad" on #linode
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08:33-!-Guest2377 is "James" on #linode
08:44<Guest2377>?
08:44<LouWestin>?
08:47<rsdehart>is that your question?
08:48<rsdehart>LouWestin: please extract Guest2377's question by any means necessary
08:48<rsdehart>Guest2377: welcome to Linode community chat
08:48<rsdehart>we're customers hanging out together, with staff in here too
08:49<LouWestin>Are you looking for VPS?
08:51<Guest2377>Sorry I'm learning to use irssi
08:51<Guest2377>it's not like any irc I have used before
08:52<Guest2377>I was staring at a blank screen
08:52<LouWestin>Ah... it’s mostly the commands that are tricky
08:52<Guest2377>I've sussed that I need / to indicate commands
08:52<Guest2377>have done nick, added another window
08:52<Guest2377>used join
08:52<rsdehart>welcome aboard
08:53<Guest2377>thank you
08:53<Guest2377>I'm running LMDE3
08:53<rsdehart>you may want to use nick again for something that isn't already taken
08:53<rsdehart>as evidenced by the fact that you're Guest
08:53<Guest2377>OK I've done that once
08:53<rsdehart>you may be happy being Guest, but many aren't
08:53-!-Guest2377 is now known as MediumTed
08:53<rsdehart>well, if you're Guest after doing that, it was taken :)
08:54<MediumTed>that seems to be Ok
08:54<MediumTed>success!
08:54<rsdehart>well there you go
08:54<MediumTed>thanks for the netiquette/ :-)
08:54<rsdehart>level up!
08:54<rsdehart>we're here to help, even those of us who aren't Linode staff
08:54<rsdehart>there are lots of questions we mere mortals are able to answer
08:54<MediumTed>Thanks
08:55<MediumTed>When people are new and trying most people are really helpful
08:55<dzho>('help' being a four-letter word for 'snark' ;-)
08:55<rsdehart>hey now
08:55<dzho>or for 'carp'
08:56<rsdehart>back in your cell
08:56<dzho>oh wait
08:56<rsdehart>don't make me get the hose
08:56<MediumTed>I think I should have used screen for another terminal
08:56<dzho>rsdehart++
08:56<rsdehart>a lot of us run irssi in screen/tmux
08:56<rsdehart>dzho: :D
08:56<MediumTed>well a motor pike and side carp are the fastest fish in the river
08:56<MediumTed>..
08:57<MediumTed>I have two window running but am having to Alt # between them
08:57<dzho>MediumTed: looks like you'll do just fine
08:57<MediumTed>thnaks you
08:57<MediumTed>I think I should be loading up awesome
08:57<rsdehart>for me alt # would interfere with my window switching
08:58<rsdehart>which is why I have to disable it in my terminals
08:58<MediumTed>Ok
08:58<rsdehart>my irssi window switching, I should say
08:58<MediumTed>I use the windows key when I am running a windows manager
08:58<rsdehart>I meant within irssi
08:59<rsdehart>alt + 3 takes me to irssi buffer 3
08:59<rsdehart>for example
09:00<rsdehart>MediumTed: if you want to keep using this nick on this network try /nickserv help register
09:00<MediumTed>OK so I thinking emacs here
09:00<MediumTed>it's learning the navigation
09:00<rsdehart>hey, whatever paradigm works well for you
09:00<MediumTed>indeed more choice is better
09:00<rsdehart>I don't generally advocate my way, merely share it
09:01<rsdehart>if you're like "hey, that seems good" so be it
09:03<MediumTed>OK so this a forum for a company for cloud storage.
09:04<MediumTed>With some DDoS nasties a few years back
09:04<MediumTed>Sorry rsdehart I'll check out the name reg
09:04<MediumTed>thanks
09:05<MediumTed>so mostly the chat is about problem solving?
09:05<rsdehart>it's a VPS provider. How'd you end up here if you're not seeking to buy VPS service?
09:05<LouWestin>If you’re listed as a guest, it could be that you’re logged in elsewhere or that the nick you’re using hasn’t been authenticated
09:06<rsdehart>I assumed more likely tried to use a nick that was already registered and protected
09:06<LouWestin>Or that.
09:06<rsdehart>MediumTed: it's problem solving but also just general chat
09:07<rsdehart>we have regulars just like any chat room and we shitpost etc
09:07<LouWestin>Nickserv tells you what’s wrong though
09:07<MediumTed>I followed a tutorial on using irssi and ended up here
09:07<rsdehart>that's interesting
09:07<rsdehart>it's a bit strange honestly
09:08<LouWestin>You can run irssi through a vps terminal
09:08<rsdehart>but of course we're glad to have you
09:08<MediumTed>this was the URL: https://www.linode.com/docs/applications/messaging/using-irssi-for-internet-relay-chat/
09:08<rsdehart>oh, well it was a linode tutorial so it's not strange anymore
09:09<rsdehart>if some random non-linode site had a tutorial that involved joining #linode on oftc that'd be unexpected
09:09<MediumTed>OK so this is like a VDS?
09:09<rsdehart>it's a virtual private server
09:09<grawity>it's what others often call a VDS, yes
09:09<MediumTed>Thankyou
09:10<rsdehart>ok I wasn't familiar with VDS, thanks grawity
09:10<grawity>different terminology from different countries, I think
09:11<MediumTed>AFK
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09:24<MediumTed>Thansk everyone - have a good one
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09:25<GunqqerFriithian>oh hah so I did literally nothing and this morning thunderbird had 5 test messages I sent
09:27<GunqqerFriithian>I can receive mail, but not send, fun
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09:35<justme1984>I'm sorry to ask but does anyone know a guide to setup a fast openvpn to get ipv6 access over openvpn? The reason is because my isp has some issues with their dual stack and need to do some work in a hour where I need to use ipv6 so were thinking of setting the openvpn server on my linode to get ipv6 that way
09:43<LouWestin>There’s a guide on Linode
09:44<justme1984>LouWestin: unfortunally I have not been able to find it I have only been able to find for normal openvpn
09:44<LouWestin>Ok
09:48<justme1984>or do you mean the guide where they are using a he tunnel? To be hournest then I could just sign up for a tunnel to my home ip
09:50<justme1984>never mind that one with the broker was only to get ipv6 access from a tunnel broker
09:51<justme1984>else if there arent any guides for it, is it then posible to get desktop on linode to then remote into to that way do my work
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10:09<Gunqqer>so fun fact: vpns block outgoing emails by default.
10:09<Gunqqer>Which means my entire mail setup was working fine
10:14<LouWestin>justme1984: I was going to say, the tunnel guide.
10:19<grawity>justme1984: 1) ask through a ticket for a /64 or /56 address block
10:19<grawity>justme1984: 2) literally just normal openvpn
10:22<justme1984>LouWestin and grawity I have a routed range on my account but everytime I setup a openvpn server then it only routes ipv4
10:22<grawity>please show your openvpn server configuration, then
10:23<justme1984>normal roadworrier from github
10:24<grawity>that tells me nothing at all
10:25<grawity>could be any of millions of various people's github repos, and even then, I need to see your config *specifically*, with all the edits
10:25<justme1984>using this script to setup openvpn https://github.com/Nyr/openvpn-install
10:25<grawity>ah
10:25<grawity>well, that script just doesn't support ipv6
10:26<grawity>the author forgot or didn't care to add it
10:26<grawity>so please don't use random scripts from github (they're nothing like "normal")
10:27<Gunqqer>no no it's perfectly ok to use random scripts, just uh, echo c > /proc/sysrq-tri- wait no
10:28<justme1984>guess then I have to find another solution then because managing manual openvpn is a pain in the ass and have allways been
10:28<grawity>managing? what do you mean
10:28<grawity>like adding new clients?
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10:29<justme1984>the script makes it easy to add, revoke etc users if needed and that is a pain in the manual openvpn
10:31<grawity>that's why there is `easyrsa revoke` etc
10:31<justme1984>easyrsa have never been easy
10:32<grawity>how do you revoke a client with the script, anyway
10:32<grawity>I only see it adding new ones
10:32<grawity>ah there it is
10:33<justme1984>you run the script, and chose revoke and then it tells you what cert there is there
10:34*grawity doesn't actually revoke certs, relies on 'ccd-exclusive'
10:34<justme1984>but yeah I guess I have to inform the person that I cant do the work today ( have to get a working ipv6 connection before 25 min )
10:35<grawity>or you could add two lines to openvpn.conf for the ipv6 addressing
10:37<grawity>the script isn't a black box
10:37<grawity>you can continue using the script to manage/add/remove clients, *and* still do the necessary manual openvpn.conf changes
10:39<justme1984>well again I'm not into openvpn so I have no idea of what to add where etc. Thats why I asked for a guide about openvpn with ipv6 support
10:39*akerl mutters something about WireGuard
10:39<grawity>"server-ipv6 <yoursubnet>/96"
10:40<justme1984>for me vpn is something there just have to work for just in case
10:41*khaberz_ mutters strong agreement witk akerl
10:41<justme1984>akerl: thanks looking into it right away
10:42<khaberz_>Wireguard is orders of magnitude simpler to set up.
10:42<akerl>Notably, it does still require some understanding of networking, so if your premise is that reading openvpn configs is an unknowable black box... best of luck
10:43<justme1984>sadly wireguard is out of the picture because its only pre alfa
10:43<akerl>Mmmmmk
10:44<akerl>That openvpn script you’ve been using doesn’t have a version at all; that seems to make it pre-alpha as well :D
10:44<LouWestin>Either Ubuntu ppa or Debian sid repos
10:45<justme1984>LouWestin: well the client is windows
10:45<khaberz_>I am running the Windows client right now - and while very new it works. Is this for some corporate environment?
10:45<LouWestin>I didn’t look too hard at the Windows offering.
10:45<grawity>there's a Windows client already?
10:45<khaberz_>Yes.
10:46<grawity>(not counting tunsafe)
10:46<akerl>Yea, pre-alpha was announced a day or two ago
10:46<khaberz_>https://lists.zx2c4.com/pipermail/wireguard/2019-May/004126.html
10:46<LouWestin>https://www.wireguard.com/install/
10:46<grawity>hmm is it tap-based or native
10:46<khaberz_>It's already working better (more stable) than tunsafe.
10:47<justme1984>But well I have sent the mail now to tell the person that I cant take the job because of isp issues
10:48<akerl>I’m not sure I could recommend tunsafe in any case, given their handling of interactions with the wireguard project
10:48<khaberz_>akerl: I agree.
10:49<grawity>there's an odd gap between your earlier "I only need the vpn just in case" and "can't take the job because no vpn"
10:50<justme1984>grawity: that is only because there is issue with the dual stack from my isp today and I need to connect to the person with ipv6
10:50<grawity>khaberz_: do you know whether their "wintun" cooperates with existing programs which rely on openvpn-tun?
10:51<akerl>Cooperates in that you can run an OpenVPN-tun-based VPN at the same time as a wintun-based VPN? Or cooperates in that wintun can be used instead of openvpn-tun?
10:51<grawity>mostly the former
10:51<grawity>well, at minimum, can you have them installed at the same time
10:52<akerl>I’d expect that to work, but haven’t tried it
10:52<khaberz_>grawity: I haven't tested this so can't be sure - I would very much assume so based on what I read and heard.
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10:52<khaberz_>grawity: Actually, it does cooperate with my corporate VPN - but that's not a "normal" OpenVPN.
10:57<khaberz_>grawity: I just checked. The "wintun userspace tunnel" completely disappears from the network adapters once you disconnect, so...
10:57<khaberz_>I am pretty confident it will play fine.
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12:13<learner>hey guys i have a problem setting up a certbot cert on nginx. I've followed all instructions and yet it doesn't work
12:13<learner>which pastebin should i use to show you?
12:15<learner>the pastebin.linode.com page gives a security error
12:17<LouWestin>https://pastebin.com/
12:26<learner>https://paste.ngx.cc/43
12:26<learner>that's my set up
12:27<dwfreed>you own mysite.com?
12:27<dwfreed>must be nice
12:28<LouWestin>^That’s probably the issue right there
12:28<dwfreed>(it probably isn't, but we can't help debug if we don't know the real site)
12:28<dwfreed>!redact
12:28<linbot>Please don't redact or change things when you pastebin your configs or logs. It's a lot easier for us to debug if we're seeing the same thing you are.
12:30<learner>dwfreed, i'd rather not share a site that i haven't fully secured in public tho
12:30<learner>https://paste.ngx.cc/a0
12:30<dwfreed>for one, your 443 server block doesn't enable ssl
12:30<learner>that's the openssl issue i've been having
12:31<dwfreed>I bet if you did a curl http://mysite.com:443/ it would work
12:34<learner>dwfreed, yep the issue was that i hadn't enabled ssl. thanks
12:35<LouWestin>It’s usually a tiny thing and an easy fix
12:46<LouWestin>I’ve forgotten to enable Apache. I’m like why doesn’t my site come up? Oh duh...
12:48<dwfreed>itym nginx
12:51<JamesTK>itym h2o
12:52<JamesTK>dwfreed: https://h2o.examp1e.net/
12:53<JamesTK>dwfreed: dnsdist (of all things) depends on it for DNS over HTTPS :)
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14:36<Gunqqer>I love waiting for DNS stuff to propagate to see if it's me settings stuff up wrong or I just have to wait longer!
14:37<gparent>you can just query servers directly via dig, DNS doesn't propagate.
14:37<gparent>unless you mean like registrar changes
14:38<Gunqqer>honestly, I have a solid 5% understanding of any of this
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14:51<LouWestin>Maybe this will help. https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-use-dig-command-to-query-dns-in-linux/
14:54<GunqqerFriithian>well it's been a while and I can't connect to the url so I am going to assume something is wrong
14:58<LouWestin>How many hours has it been?
15:01<GunqqerFriithian>like 5 or 6
15:01<GunqqerFriithian>and knowing me I probably messed up some setting
15:02<LouWestin>My experience has been up to 12
15:03<GunqqerFriithian>12 hours to get mydomain.com to actually point to $ip
15:04<LouWestin>Sometimes it’s quicker. But generally I don’t see full resolve till then.
15:04<GunqqerFriithian>the best part of doing internet stuff :P
15:05<LouWestin>Before let’s encrypt and certbot it was even more fun. XD
15:06<GunqqerFriithian>yeah probably
15:09<LouWestin>Create a CSR, send it to the CA, wait for them send you your signed request, upload cert chain, update the vhost file, etc.
15:09<GunqqerFriithian>yeah I understood maybe 2 of those things
15:10<LouWestin>Certbot, just run it, follow the instructions, and done. SSL complete
15:10<GunqqerFriithian>oh yeah I understand that
15:11<LouWestin>There’s a linode guide for commercial certs, but certbot is WAY easier and free
15:12<LouWestin>You do the stuff a few times, then it gets easier.
15:12<GunqqerFriithian>well so far I've set up a mail server and am currently working on a normal web server
15:12<GunqqerFriithian>I have apache running and can connect with the direct ip, but not the url
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15:18<Peng>What's the URL? What error do you get?
15:20<gunqqer>friithian.dev, ip is http://172.104.26.74/
15:21<akerl>Both of those show the same content for me
15:21<gunqqer>what? It doesnt for me
15:22<JamesTK>https://127.0.0.1
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15:22<gunqqer>the url shows an unable to connect error
15:22<gunqqer>for me
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15:22<LouWestin>I’m seeing the index page
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15:22<GunqqerFriithian>whack
15:22<JamesTK>!botsnack
15:22<linbot>Thanks, JamesTK! Om nom nom
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15:24<LouWestin>I mean the directory
15:24<LouWestin>There’s a pictures directory with a picture of a river
15:24<GunqqerFriithian>so it's just me who can't see the stuff on my own site :P
15:24<Peng>http://friithian.dev/ returns an Apache index page.
15:24<Peng>https://friithian.dev/ is a "connection refused" error.
15:24<Peng>HSTS is set for the whole .dev TLD; browsers will use HTTPS instead of HTTP.
15:25<GunqqerFriithian>very interesting
15:25<GunqqerFriithian>so now the question is, why isnt https working
15:26<LouWestin>The connection refused could be your browser cache
15:26<Peng>I get it too
15:26<grawity>never seen a browser cache "connection refused" kind of errors
15:26<JamesTK>Peng: .dev preloaded?
15:26<grawity>besides, the server really doesn't accept connections on :443
15:27<LouWestin>Ok
15:28<GunqqerFriithian>so why wouldn't https be working
15:28<LouWestin>Firewall issue?
15:28<GunqqerFriithian>firewall isnt active currently
15:29<Peng>JamesTK: Yeah, Google loves HTTPS.
15:29<Peng>And causing pain for people using fake .dev domains internally...
15:29<LouWestin>Ok I bring it up on the desktop, it can’t connect for me
15:30<LouWestin>Chrome ERR_Connection_reset
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15:30<LouWestin>It does try to direct to https
15:49<JamesTK>Peng: Meh.
16:15<GunqqerFriithian>fixed it, reran certbot and it works now
16:16<LouWestin>Working on my end too
16:16<GunqqerFriithian>Hell yeah, so happy
16:16<GunqqerFriithian>email and website set up. Now the question is do I care enough to create an actual website
16:28<LouWestin>You could simply throw a construction page up for now.
16:29<GunqqerFriithian><header>header</header>
16:30<GunqqerFriithian>or what ever it is I havent done html for a long time (long time for me)
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16:36<LouWestin>Here’s my boilerplate. https://pastebin.com/9nDMLNsK
16:38<GunqqerFriithian>thank you for that, Imma steal it
16:41<LouWestin>Np
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17:08<kisst>Hey all, I tried to call the Support from a Voip phone, as they have not responded to my ticket, but it does not even ring out, am I missing something, did anyone experinced similiar ?
17:09<kisst>I raised the ticket, no respond, the server in trouble is a mail server so no mail contact, so I tried the phone but it does not even ring out, I'm just wondering why
17:11<kisst>and one more quesion about backups, if the instance is stopped, can a backup still run ? aka will the new backup run and overwrite my working version, or just turing off the instance does the trick to preserve the backup
17:12<LouWestin>I tried calling and the phone rang then went to their menu
17:18<kisst>Ok so it's just me, or my soft phone, well I will wait for the support ticket respond, and really really hope that the backup do not run when the node is off, as it's Sunday, then I would lose both my weekly and daily backup as well, and getting back 2 weeks isn't going to be fun :(
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17:29<LouWestin>I don’t know if it’s runs when it’s off. I’d assume it does.
17:30<@scrane>Hey kisst what is your ticket number? I'll make sure we can get some eyes on it.
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23:03<kisst>@scrane it's 11922291 and I got a respond in the meantime, thanks
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23:20<kisst>it's not soved just yet but I got some response, I guess you guys must had a busy night as the first respond arrived ~3 hours after opening the ticket
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23:25<linbot>Peng: [metar] OBS at KSFB: 75.2F/24C, visibility 10 miles, wind 6.90 mph, chill 77.57F (altimeter: 29.91) [KSFB 130253Z AUTO 20006KT 10SM CLR 24/22 A2991 RMK AO2 SLP128 T02440222 51015]
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