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00:12<zed91>hi
00:13<zed91>i want to activate my account please
00:13<dwfreed>LouWestin: the default iptables command maps iptables syntax to nftables rules under the hood
00:14<zed91>i want to activate my account sir !
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00:16<dwfreed>LouWestin: note that if you use netfilter-persistent, you'll need to blacklist iptable_filter and ip6table_filter to prevent the warning message about the legacy rules still existing
00:25<LouWestin>Dwfreed: ok thanks! I was testing out a ip rule translator. I’ll stick with setting up iptables for now, then I can always change it
00:25<LouWestin>Later on
00:26<dwfreed>there's a translator that ships with the nft-compat tools
00:27<dwfreed>iptables-restore-translate will output the nft syntax for the ruleset (but it won't apply it, so it's not a restore in that sense)
00:27<dwfreed>iptables-translate will take an iptables command line and convert it to an nft command line
00:28<dwfreed>and s/iptables/ip6tables/ for IPv6, as you might expect
00:29<LouWestin>That’s what I meant. I’ll finish up the new server tomorrow.
00:30<dwfreed>note that it doesn't handle ipsets at all
00:30<dwfreed>annoyingly
00:31<LouWestin>I mean the iptables-translate
00:33<LouWestin>I’m trying to recall what rules I have. Basically what Linode has recommended, just what ports are needed
00:33<dwfreed>sudo iptables-save
00:33<dwfreed>or sudo iptables -S
00:33<dwfreed>(assuming you don't have any non-filter rules; most people don't)
00:35<LouWestin>I don’t think so. Just allow port whatever and deny certain things
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06:05<noobie>r there more newbs here ?
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06:16<qwebirc70753>kewl
06:16<noobie>OK
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06:18<qwebirc37399>well
06:19<qwebirc37399>I came via https://webchat.oftc.net/?randomnick=1&channels=linode&uio=Mj10cnVlJjQ9dHJ1ZSY5PXRydWUmMTA9dHJ1ZSYxMT01MSYxMj10cnVlce
06:19<qwebirc37399>in case ure interested...
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06:19<qwebirc59029>I clicked this: https://webchat.oftc.net/?randomnick=1&channels=linode&uio=Mj10cnVlJjQ9dHJ1ZSY5PXRydWUmMTA9dHJ1ZSYxMT01MSYxMj10cnVlce
06:20<qwebirc37399>impressive
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12:03<alan>https://sandbox.primitiv.media/install/ I'm having issues setting up this app, I haven't had this issue before with this same app
12:03<alan>even with 777 it doesn't work
12:04<millisa>as always - what do your logs say
12:04<grawity>what is the actual issue
12:05<gparent>what if I told you 777 made you lose time not save time
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12:59<alan>sorry I got busy
13:12<kharlan11>app don't work is the issue grawity
13:18<alan>there's no errors in the log
13:18<alan>it doesn't attempt to do anything as they are not detecting the proper permissions
13:20<alan>m wordpress website is also having issues so I believe it's a server misconfiguration
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13:21<alan>or the permisisons aren't set properly for any web folder
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13:25<millisa>so look at the permissions/ownership. Pick one of the files/dirs it is complaining about and look at it with something like 'namei -l /path/to/fileordir'
13:25<alan>easiest is index.php
13:25<alan>it's in the root folder
13:25<alan>I gave it 777
13:25<millisa>Pick one of the files/dirs it is complaining about and look at it with something like 'namei -l /path/to/fileordir'
13:27<alan>4 -rwxrwxrwx. 1 sandbox.primitiv sftp 1736 Jul 6 15:42 index.php
13:27<LouWestin>Isn’t having 777 dangerous since that’s giving public write access?
13:29<alan>of course, for this purpose I'm trying to find out the issue
13:29<alan>in this case 777 doesn't help or make it worse
13:30<alan>so what would be my next step change ownership?
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13:31<LouWestin>.... ownership/group change first, than play with the permissions
13:31<LouWestin>I mentioned this yesterday.
13:32<alan>nginx isrunning the web server
13:32<alan>if I'm not mistaken
13:32<alan>but when I tried changing the group to nginx nothing changed
13:32<millisa>what user is the php-fpm service running as
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13:34<alan>what command to I run same one but with php-fpm at the end?
13:34<millisa>look in your php-fpm conf for the pool you are using and/or look at the process list if you aren't running it in ondemand
13:35<alan>ps -ef|grep php-fpm?
13:35<LouWestin>777 is like sticking a fork in an outlet to see if it’s live... don’t do that! lol
13:35<LouWestin>Gotta go back to work now.
13:36<millisa>php-fpm -tt <--- that should dump out your current config
13:37<alan>https://bpaste.net/show/XGEQ
13:37<alan>www?
13:37<alan>is that correct
13:37<alan>sorry nginx**
13:37<millisa>that appears to be your only pool. and you have it running as nginx.
13:37<alan>user and group for www is nginx
13:38<millisa>so for php-fpm to write to those files dirs, the nginx user would have to have write access
13:38<millisa>are you using selinux?
13:38<alan>I'm not sure, if so I haven't touched it
13:38<millisa>sestatus
13:38<alan>i just ran chown sandbox.primitiv:nginx -R on public_html
13:38<alan>still the same
13:39<millisa>chown nginx:nginx /path/to/that/index.php
13:39<alan>she's enabled
13:40<alan>kay so now that i ran nginx:nginx
13:40<alan>one of the files appears to be green
13:40<alan>or pass
13:41<alan>idk why
13:41<alan>the /index doesnt work still
13:41<millisa>You can try turning off selinux temporarily with 'setenforce 0'
13:42<alan>that made them all green lol
13:42<alan>letm e try something else
13:43<millisa>well, if you want to keep selinux on, you'd probably need to change the context on some of those files/dirs
13:43<alan>what do you mean by context
13:44<millisa>https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/6/html/security-enhanced_linux/chap-security-enhanced_linux-selinux_contexts
13:45<millisa>this talks about viewing existing and making changes https://www.thegeekdiary.com/understanding-selinux-file-labelling-and-selinux-context/
13:46<alan>would you recommend having selinux at all?
13:48<millisa>couldn't advise on that. depends on your requirements/policies. I personally don't use it in most places since it doesn't address my problems...
13:48<millisa>a proselinux person would tell you, keep it, it adds security, fix your contexts.
13:49<millisa>other side is it adds complexity, not a lot of gain over what it address in already existing methods, get off my lawn
13:49<millisa>if you want selinux on a linode, you have to run the distribution kernel...
13:49<millisa>(unless that's changed recently). so take that however you want
13:51<millisa>you have a good example of how it might save you someday. you've got your php processes running as nginx, you've gone and thrown 777's around to let anyone write to places, so someone finding a compromised package in this 'nextwhatever' thing you're trying to install
13:51<millisa>could potentially write to everywhere you've given too much permissions
13:51<millisa>unless you had selinux there to stop that from happening
13:52<alan>that' a good point
13:52<alan>I don;t understand the changing context thing though
13:53<alan>i ran id Z
13:53<alan>unconfined_u:unconfined_r:unconfined_t:s0-s0:c0.c1023
13:53<alan>got that
13:53<millisa>this thread is about wordpress but gives a very similar issue: https://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?288728-SELinux-not-allowing-write-access-to-php-fpm-for-wp-content-uploads
13:56<alan>so would there be error logs in my selinux log then pertaining to the issue im having?
13:56<millisa>probably in /var/log/audit
13:57<millisa>not sure if it's the same in every distribution, recent redhat type systems would be /var/log/audit/audit.log
13:57<alan>https://bpaste.net/show/L-DG
13:58<alan>this seems like the error in fact
13:58<alan>or one of them
13:58<millisa>would not doubt it
13:58<alan>su -c "chcon -R -h -t httpd_sys_script_rw_t /opt/nginx/html/wp/wp-content/uploads" the link you sent for wordpress suggest to run this
14:00<millisa>that's doing a recurive change context on that dir to that httpd_ type
14:00<millisa>top of the hour, garage cleaning time.
14:03<alan>it worked :P
14:03<alan>!point millisa
14:04<alan>!point millisa
14:04<alan>am I doing it work again?
14:06<alan>!point: millisa
14:06<alan>why cant i give her a point
14:07<Zr40>the bot isn't here
14:21<alan>my wordpress still fails
14:31<alan>nvm wordpress is fixed xD
14:33<alan>https://sandbox.primitiv.media/ the login page or signup cannot be found I'm not sure why
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14:45<ronnie>Hello. I have a linode that I resized to an 8GB plan (was originally created on the 2GB plan).
14:46<ronnie>The system is running Ubuntu 16.04 and shows 49412400kb (approximately 50GB). How do I expand the Partition?
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16:50<emil>Is this the official linode channel?
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16:57<honestemu>Anyone here have a mailserver set up through linode?
16:57<honestemu>I recently upgraded my Debian version.
16:58<honestemu>I hooked it up to my gmail. But I keep getting a SSL error: Leaf certificate is expired"
16:58<honestemu>I was able to renew the certificates successfully.
16:58<honestemu>I tried googling the error, but I couldn't find a solution.
17:10<nate>I feel like a lot more context is needed, particularly your context of "hooked it up to gmail" and what software exactly is throwing the error and if it's still doing it after you renewed the certificates. If not then I would say the issue was your certificate was expired
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17:14<honestemu>nate: I added it under the "Check mail from other accounts" in gmail.
17:15<dwfreed>are you using postfix and dovecot?
17:15<honestemu>Yup.
17:15<dwfreed>did you reload postfix and dovecot *both* after renewing the cert?
17:16<honestemu>dwfreed: Yup.
17:16<honestemu>That's systemctl restart dovecot, right?
17:17<honestemu>This is the error I got from gmail when trying to check mail from my mail server: Server returned error: "SSL error: Leaf certificate is expired"
17:18<honestemu>Can an incorrect password throw this error?
17:18<honestemu>I'm wondering if maybe I have my password wrong.
17:21<dwfreed>that message would have nothing to do with incorrect password
17:22<dwfreed>what is your Linode's IP address?
17:23<honestemu>66.228.40.92
17:24<dwfreed>Dovecot has not picked up the updated certificate; you should check its configuration to ensure it's pointing at the right files
17:25<dwfreed>if you're using certbot, the files it points at should be symlinks to the most recently generated certificate
17:26<honestemu>dwfreed: Good point.
17:26<honestemu>I see this when tailing the mail logs
17:27<honestemu>Jul 7 17:25:12 pestilence dovecot: pop3-login: Disconnected (no auth attempts in 0 secs): user=<>, rip=2607:f8b0:4864:20::d27, lip=2600:3c03::f03c:91ff:fe73:127c, TLS: Disconnected, session=<dd179h2N/JUmB/iwSGQAIAAAAAAAAA0n>
17:27<honestemu>I'll investigate.
17:27<honestemu>Thanks for the help!
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17:28<dwfreed>his nick reminds me of Honest Abe
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18:29<millisa>!point dwfreed
18:29<millisa>(RIP: Linbot)
18:30<dwfreed>mcintosh: ^^^ RIP linbot
18:30<Peng>linodebot is on Freenode
18:30<Peng>RIP OFTC
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20:02<alan>Ikaros: var countrytaxrate = ; is this valid?
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20:51<zineb>If i close my account and I have a 20$ coupon, and in my "Uninvoiced Balance" 10$ do I have to pay or the coupon is sufficient
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20:53<dwfreed>zineb: you mean you have a $20 credit on your account?
20:53<dwfreed>and gone
21:09<LouWestin>I translated iptables into NFT from linodes guide https://pastebin.com/EeXiQ7dd
21:09<LouWestin>I belive some of the rules could be condensed better
21:10<LouWestin>For all my hard work I'm going to setup a Pateon account with a goal of $1 billion dollars
21:22<LouWestin>and here's the NFT translation for IPv6 https://pastebin.com/YEEWJpWA
21:37<LouWestin>Ok for some reason any nft ip6 rules I add gives me the error, could not preocess rule: no such file or directory
21:38<LouWestin>Here's the error in full context https://pastebin.com/7u8EYLE6
21:46<retro|blah>I have not worked with nftables, but I would want to verify that the filter table and INPUT chain exist for the ip6 family. (You might do something similar when troubleshooting iptables)
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21:56<LouWestin>basically I just translated the ip6table rule into nft using ip6tables-translate so it's possible there's an error in translation
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21:57<retro|blah>OK, but that doesn't address what I suggested.
22:01<LouWestin>Ok, sorry responded too quickly
22:02<LouWestin>I'm looking into that
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22:22<LouWestin>Alright, I'll have to revisit it later. I think I'll run with iptables for now like dwfreed sugguested
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23:08<LouWestin>I flushed out my iptables which kicked me out of the terminal, but for some reason i'm trying to add the rules back in with lish, but they're not entering in
23:14<retro|blah>I'm not sure what "they're not entering in" means.
23:17<gparent>i cant get a lock
23:18<LouWestin>I ended up rebooting the server. The rules weren't showing up
23:18<LouWestin>which the reboot fixed it.
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