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This server runs the snac software and there is no automatic sign-up process.

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Acho que comecei no Debian Woody.

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Julien M. »

#InfoSec #Linux
A tool for checking the security hardening options of the #LinuxKernel
There are plenty of security hardening options for the Linux kernel. A lot of them are not enabled by the major distros. We have to enable these options ourselves to make our systems more secure.

But nobody likes checking configs manually. So let the computers do their job!

kernel-hardening-checker (formerly kconfig-hardened-check) is a tool for checking the security hardening options of the Linux kernel. It supports checking:

- Kconfig options (compile-time)
- Kernel cmdline arguments (boot-time)
- Sysctl parameters (runtime)

The security hardening recommendations are based on:

- KSPP recommended settings
- CLIP OS kernel configuration
- Last public grsecurity patch (options which they disable)
- Direct feedback from the Linux kernel maintainers

I also created the Linux Kernel Defence Map, which is a graphical representation of the relationships between security hardening features and the corresponding vulnerability classes or exploitation techniques.


Scott Williams 🐧 »

Just in case no one has mentioned it lately, is legitimately amazing.

Charadon »

How difficult would it be to make a mirror of , where all the debuginfo was kept in, instead of being stripped? Would be great for development, and on the surface *looks* easy enough since it's mostly related to a one-liner in all the SlackBuilds

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Jarkko Sakkinen »

Just wanted try out what I minimally need for qemu-system-x86_64 -kernel arch/x86/boot/bzImage:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

set -e

make defconfig
scripts/config --set-str CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE "initramfs.txt"
yes '' | make oldconfig

cat > initramfs.txt << EOF
dir /dev 755 0 0
nod /dev/console 644 0 0 c 5 1
nod /dev/loop0 644 0 0 b 7 0
dir /bin 755 1000 1000
slink /bin/sh busybox 777 0 0
file /bin/busybox initramfs/busybox 755 0 0
dir /proc 755 0 0
dir /sys 755 0 0
dir /mnt 755 0 0
file /init initramfs/ 755 0 0

mkdir initramfs

curl -sSf | tar zx --strip-components 1
cp busybox.static initramfs/busybox

cat > initramfs/ << EOF
mount -t proc none /proc
mount -t sysfs none /sys

“linux from scratch” in 32 lines :-)

#linux #kernel #alpine

Raven »

LXQt 2.0 released based on Qt 6.6 with partly Wayland support (planned for LXQt 2.1), new default applications menu

jhx »

Awesome app to listen to some background noise including rain, wind, coffee shop, city sounds, etc. 👍

I always love to have some background sounds/noises on when working/learning.

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9to5Linux »

6.8.7, 6.6.28, 6.1.87, and 5.15.156 kernels are now available for download at

jhx »

In case anyone else ever has some fun with and / on

By default the FORWARD table drops all packages...
To get vm's back on the net simply leverage to make the packets flow again:

$ sudo iptables -A FORWARD -i br0 -o br0 -j ACCEPT

You can install iptables-persistent to save the current ruleset so it is applied every time you restart the system. 😉

Did that on my workstation... I always fall for it. 😂

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1337 $#!+ I did that »

secana 🦀 »

It seems my favourite DNS tool is unmaintained. What is a similar tool with json output and time measurement?

Stefano Marinelli »

This is nice: Ubuntu 24.04 Supports Easy Installation Of OpenZFS Root File-System With Encryption

Fedora Project »

Reminder that you have until April 21 to submit your proposal for a talk at Flock 2024! That's this Sunday! 🏃

Our contributor conference is a great space to present new ideas, show performance, and talk about difficult and nuanced problems.

➡️ communityblog.fedoraproject.or

Ricardo Martín »

0 days since last undockerizing drama 😭

Elizabeth K. Joseph »

Some have rolled their eyes at the "paranoid" requirement from the community of in-person gpg key signing as a step to become a Debian developer, and it's often been a real barrier.

But I'm reminded of it at the keynote today as the Foundation's Jim Zemlin talks about the xz vulnerability and identity verification of developers.

It was never paranoia. It doesn't solve everything, and people can still be dishonest, but it was never excessive paranoia.

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Mitex Leo »

Migrating to Linux and other alternative open source software solutions is an easy way to hit Israel where it hurts.

Check it out:

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Aral Balkan »

Is it just me or is Ubuntu basically the Windows of Linux now?

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9to5Linux »

Plasma 6.0.4 Is Out Now to Improve Plasma , System Monitor, Discover, Overview Effect, and More


Screenshot of the KDE Plasma 6 desktop environment showing the Kickoff applications menu.
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The 500 Hats of LambdaCalculus »

Thank you, Chaos Computer Club, who walked so we can hackers could run!

Without their initial deep dive into Red Star OS, many of us wouldn't have seen the innards of this very bizarre Linux from North Korea!

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Liam @ GamingOnLinux 🐧🎮 »

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mfjurbala »

Should I switch my from Windows back to ?

And if I do what should I use ? Maybe or see how far I can get with ?

when I used Linux more, I also ended up on Arch for some reason.

nixCraft 🐧 »

Every version of the PuTTY tools from 0.68 to 0.80 inclusive has a critical vulnerability in the code that generates signatures from ECDSA private keys. Tthe effect of the vulnerability is to compromise the private key

Diego 🌲 »

I really really really hate the elitist attitude people have in the community sometimes. All that effort just for people to be gigantic assholes to you. It makes me wonder why I’ve spent years of my life being part of a community that can be so hard to love

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Linux Magazine »

Andrew »

“Instead of having parts of a program thrown at /usr/bin, other parts at /etc and yet more parts thrown at /usr/share/something/or/another, each program gets its own directory tree…”

Oh, that’s cool! … The last release was 4 years ago?! Gawdemmit.

vermaden »

Latest 𝗩𝗮𝗹𝘂𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗡𝗲𝘄𝘀 - 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟰/𝟬𝟰/𝟭𝟱 (Valuable News - 2024/04/15) available.

Past releases:

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Latest 𝗩𝗮𝗹𝘂𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗡𝗲𝘄𝘀 - 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟰/𝟬𝟰/𝟭𝟱 (Valuable News - 2024/04/15) available.

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Ric🐧 »

@therealstujr nice! A lot of people here liked and

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Boiling Steam »

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9to5Linux »

6.9-rc4 is now available for public testing at and Linus Torvalds says that there's "nothing particularly unusual going on this week." Happy testing!

Martin Owens »

My life has changed today.

Before I was but an ambivalent desktop user of , but now I am converted.

I have two operating systems because of all this Gtk4 compile business which is making my life more complicated than it needs to be.

But to be able to share the .var directory between the two year old PopOS and the alpha for 24.04 and have the installed flatpaks Just-Work with all my saved data. It's the kind of not-have-to-think-about-it that's really convincing.

Ricardo Martín »

"In short, it’s easy to have your system automatically manage snapshots for you, which in turn makes it near-criminally irresponsible not to!"

"near-criminally irresponsible not to" 😉 👍

meka »

I finally have OpenLDAP working the way I want it: with groups and enable/disable feature for accounts and in some services domains. The core of it is memberOf module and overlay, but there are many edge cases that I described on my blog:

As is supported auth DB for almost all services, I wanted to figure out how to get maximum out of it.

This is all done on so I guess users will have to change something.

Nils »

Comme la semaine passée : le sujet du jour peut se deviner avec la photo. Pour avoir la réponse, va sur ou

Vue de l'intérieur du cockpit du Millenium Falcon, le vaisseau spatial iconique de la saga Star  Wars.

Kunai Project »

🚀 We're proud to unveil the newest stable release of Kunai, your flexible detection companion for ! 🔎 Explore the latest features, including new security events and advanced detection powered by rules and IoC lists. Dive in now

Jay 🚩 »

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nixCraft 🐧 »

Step 0. Get fed up with Windows 10/11 with all forced fed stuff like Ads and LLM in start menu.

Step 1. Install Ubuntu

Step 2. I learned Docker and cool stuff and wondered why I used an abomination called WSL. This is the real deal.

Step 3. Get into VIM. Watch some cool videos, and ditch the last spyware called VSCode.

Step 4: Learn about NixOS and switch to use because all cool kids like it.

Step 5: Minding my business and YouTube recommends . Oh noo. Here we go again...😅

Mark McBride »

Turns out is an excellent host for iGPU passthrough.

I had a () container running Plex on an Ubuntu 24.04 host. Probably because 24.04 is pre-release, the Intel drivers started failing and I could no longer use the GPU. I tried reserving my GPU to pass to qemu, but oh my, it is not trivial and I could not make it work.

On a near-identical FreeBSD host, I added pptdevs="0/2/0" in /boot/loader.conf and I had Ubuntu 23.10 up and running in bhyve. Hooray!

Ricardo Martín »

" If 386BSD had been available when I started on Linux, Linux would probably never had happened."
⸺ Linus Torvalds

λzyd »

So uh, whats a distro that's like Fedora where shit usually just works and it has up to date packages but IS NOT bleeding edge?

Ruled out:

  • Gentoo
  • Arch
  • Debian
  • Ubuntu
  • nix
  • Guix (I like to install this on top of a base distro)

Bonus if its well maintained as a community project and is not a corporate frontend (i.e Fedora->Red Hat).

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Felix Palmen 📯 »

v0.5 released!

This brings a *few* of the ideas I had:

🔹Add a "single instance" mode (configurable)
🔹Add a "tray icon" (configurable behavior)
🔹Add an "About" dialog
🔹Enforce using Qt's "xcb" platform
🔹Fix detaching on startup, add a flag (-d) to prevent it

Pretty usable as it is I hope ... although one could of course improve a lot (but have you heard of the 80-20-rule?) 🫣

Screenshot from this time, no particular reason, I'm still running here 😎

qXmoji 0.5 running in KDE 5 with good old xterm

Elizabeth K. Joseph »

Fascinating talk from @mokomull on "The oldest Linux peripheral" where he talked about bringing back to functionality a telecom panel switch from 1923 😮 and driving it via + 📞

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Nick @ The Linux Experiment »

Time for this week's & news video!
In this one, wants to go all in on , buys Standard Notes, and the final issues with and are fixed!

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Homebrew New Packages » 🤖

🍻 lexido 🍻

Innovative assistant for the command-line


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matthew - »

I hope it gets more people to just say "no" and move to #Linux

#Microsoft #Windows can be so frustrating.


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Feoh🤓💾👁️ »

Actually Nixers deserves a post all its own.

If you love UNIX, you should be reading this. Full stop.



We take a look at the special Linux distribution @nixos_org. This is based on the package manager called Nix & allows the entire operating system to be configured from one file. Thanks to @linus!

Ric🐧 »

@claudiom yes still has support :) it's my main desktop now and my jump machine :)

Ric🐧 »

@claudiom yes still has support :) it's my main desktop now and my jump machine :)

Ric🐧 »

@claudiom nice! I used more but rocks always, used a lot in the past for Firewall and bridged fw.

Ric🐧 »

@claudiom nice! I used more but rocks always, used a lot in the past for Firewall and bridged fw.

Jungle George 🌿🌳🌴 »

Any suggestions for a good kde plasma distro that's not a rolling release (or Arch based)? 🤔 Fedora KDE plasma spin or Kubuntu maybe?

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LXer »

Standard Notes is Now a Part of Proton Privacy-Focused Offerings: Is it Good or Bad?

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gyptazy »

Just added 24.04 Beta Noble Numbat boxes for to the Vagrant Cloud Box Collection. It's available as Desktop and Server box.

You can find all & boxes right here:

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gyptazy »

Just added 24.04 Beta Noble Numbat boxes for to the Vagrant Cloud Box Collection. It's available as Desktop and Server box.

You can find all & boxes right here:

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gyptazy »

I guess 24.04 is going really hot!

Ubuntu 24.04 Beta shows an incredible value of high CPU temperature.
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Flathub »

Thanks to all you developers out there adding brand colors to your apps over the past months we're almost ready to launch featured banners ✨

If you're an app maintainer and haven't done this yet for your app, here are the docs:

To make it more interesting we're setting a deadline! We will be launching the new banners on April 20th, so for the possibility to be featured during the first week, update your apps today :)

Screenshot of the top part a staging version of the Flathub home page with app banners. There's a large banner with Fragments at the top, and a smaller banner with Komikku below, as well as another small card explaining Flathub with a Setup button.

AlmaLinux »

The Marketing SIG needs your help! We've had this collection of stickers for a while. We want to add some new options and want your input.

Give us your ideas for new funny and snarky stickers to make!

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An update for my note-taking app search 📝

I have a 4 day weekend and plenty of time to try:

- Joplin
- Simplenote
- Obsidian
- Logseq
- QOwnNote

Thanks to everyone in the community for the wonderful suggestions! 🤗

Sven »

Linux on Board?

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Marcel Stritzelberger »

Dann wäre das nun auch mal erledigt. 🙂

Als zertifizierter 3CX Silver Partner stehen wir Ihnen für alle Fragen rund um die Telefonanlage zur Verfügung. Ob vor Ort, in der Cloud oder hochverfügbar im Cluster.

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Mike Kuketz 🛡 »

Schleswig-Holstein packt es an und schlägt einen sinnvollen Weg in die Zukunft ein. "Schleswig-Holstein setzt auf einen digital souveränen IT-Arbeitsplatz in der Landesverwaltung". Das bedeutet unter anderem:
- Umstieg von Microsoft Office auf LibreOffice
- Umstieg des Betriebssystems von Microsoft Windows auf Linux
- [...]

Weitere Informationen unter:

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Liam @ GamingOnLinux 🐧🎮 »

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Michael Dexter »

Wednesday's Production User Call recoding:

We discussed special device removal, a 66TB NVMe device, and much more!

, , , ,

Felix Palmen 📯 »

Thinking about what to include in v0.5. Many questions in mind...

I'll definitely "outscope" . Would be nice, but would also mean to import localized emoji names somehow (and, where to find them? 🤔)

For now:

🔹Unify persisting settings. history and window size are persisted on exit, wait time and display scale on every change. Not sure which one is the "better" approach...
🔹Should it be "single instance"? Should it offer an option for a "tray icon"?
🔹Add an "About dialog". Cause that's what you always do. 🙈
🔹Maybe find a way to speed up initial creation of the Emoji buttons?
🔹Anything else ...❓

Please comment if you have thoughts to share 🙃

Felix Palmen 📯 »

Found a small bug, requests were synchronously checked, but this only works when calling the _checked() flavor of them ... 🙈

Fixed in v0.4

Also added a clear button to the search field, this seems somewhat useful 😉

Rob Ricci »

First things first: everyone "knows" that most brute force attacks are against the "root" account, right? This is certainly what earlier studies have found.

As it turns out, this used to be true, but it's not anymore. This graph shows that the fraction of brute force attacks using the username root was nearly 100% back in 2017, but it's been falling - by mid-2021, only around 20% off the attacks we saw were against root.

So, why? Well, we don't have a hotline to the attackers, but we have an educated guess from our own data and from many others' reporting: a lot of the usernames we see correspond to default usernames for , specific distributions, specific server software, and devices. Basically, as we connect ever more stuff to the Internet (and generally try to protect the "root" account), attackers seem to be diversifying the accounts they are going after.

(There's a table of the top 100 usernames in the paper.)

A graph of SSH login attempts per day, in millions. On the Y axis, the graph starts in October 2017 at around 0.25M attempts per day. The day-to-day numbers are very noisy, but a trend line shows that the average number of attacks per day rises to around 1.0M around January 2021, with a slight fall-off before the graph ends in August 2021.

Unix Weekly » 🤖

XZ Utils is back on GitHub and Lasse Collin has been unbanned


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Felix Palmen 📯 »

🥳 v0.3 released 🍻🍕

Now there are the "basic" features you'd expect from an emoji keyboard:

✅ Search as you type
✅ Recently used

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Axel ⌨🐧🐪🚴😷 | R.I.P Natenom »

The xz backdoor storm isn't over yet and the next storm seems coming up: in the 5.15 to 6.5 (at least):

Affects at least 12 Stable and 22.04 LTS (including HWE kernels).

(Via and

Felix Palmen 📯 »

v0.1 and v0.2 released 😎

Functionally the same (just clickable emojis in tabbed groups, display size and wait-time for restoring the X11 keyboard map configurable), but v0.2 has correct README info and build-fixes, so Qt tools are found without fiddling with make variables 🙈 so, use v0.2 😎

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Jason Tubnor 🇦🇺 »

@dexter @alelab So to quote Kris:

“Upstream has shifted. So first of all, ZFS, that’s kind of the heart and soul of TrueNAS and was for FreeNAS as well. Most of that [development] work takes place on Linux these days; features testing, all that happens on Linux. FreeBSD is the thing you port to and you’re done. So that momentum has moved.”

If this was their thinking, then why didn't iXSystems use illumos based OS for the Free/TrueNAS products as that was the original upstream. Then there would be credit to this statement.

This is just more media fluff pieces because of the blow back from the community (and probably some of their customers).

All these bugs I hear of #ZFS seems to be #Linux implementations. I haven't heard or experienced issues with it in FreeBSD over 4 major releases.

Liam @ GamingOnLinux 🐧🎮 »

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gyptazy »

In modern IT solutions and platforms, is one of the most important tasks. The best service will not work unless the platform is secure.

tools like may help integrating automated security patches.

Felix Palmen 📯 »

🚦🚥 ... ok it works 🌋

A super-simple keyboard for .

Well, I *did* have to fiddle with the keymap.

And I had to add delays 🤯👹 (otherwise there are races between keymap changes and keyboard events).

And I had to misuse the extension, cause applications ignore "synthetic" events. 🫥😣

But hey, it works 🕺

Now needs some basic, uhm, "features" (like recently used, like search by name).

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sjvn »

This backdoor almost infected everywhere: The XZ Utils close call by @sjvn

We dodged a bullet with the malware assault, but we can do better at preventing such , supply chain attacks in the future.

vermaden »

Latest 𝗩𝗮𝗹𝘂𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗡𝗲𝘄𝘀 - 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟰/𝟬𝟰/𝟬𝟴 (Valuable News - 2024/04/08) available.

Past releases:

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vermaden »

Latest 𝗩𝗮𝗹𝘂𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗡𝗲𝘄𝘀 - 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟰/𝟬𝟰/𝟬𝟴 (Valuable News - 2024/04/08) available.

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Tara Stella 🌷 »

* Trogon, auto-generates terminal user interfaces
* Frogmouth, Markdown textual viewer / browser

Thanks @mrhamel (via nettowel)

Jay 🚩 »

nixCraft 🐧 »

Microsoft reveals subscription pricing for using Windows 10 beyond 2025, and it's not cheap. Customers will need to pay $61 per device, which will double every year for three years, to remain secure on Windows 10. If you just do shopping or social media you can use alternative os like Ubuntu, Mint, or pop os for your older computer instead of jumping to windows 11. Also regardless of windows 10 or 11 prices you will still get Ads in Windows 😂 Choose wisely

Microsoft reveals subscription pricing for using Windows 10 beyond 2025, and it's not cheap News By Zac Bowden published April 3, 2024 Customers will need to pay $61 per device, which will double every year for three years, to remain secure on Windows 10.

Nils »

Quel est le rapport entre la photo et le sujet du jour ? Pour le savoir, directiion ou

Portrait de l'acteur Hugo Weaving, posant avec un masque de Guy Fawkes, probablement pour la promotion du film "V for Vendetta".

jhx »

Nice little oneliner to display information about a certificate from a website 😎

echo | openssl s_client -showcerts -servername -connect 2>/dev/null | openssl x509 -
inform pem -noout -text

Replace "" with what you want to query.

Dr. Brian Callahan »

scovl »

After a year and a half of using daily, it will be impossible to go back to using unless it's minimally based on BSDs (like , , ).

Arosano@hachyderm »

@lobocode What desktop environment do you use on ?
Why should you return to ?

Nick @ The Linux Experiment »

Here is this week’s and news video!
I don’t have time to recap it here, because I’m currently fighting for Super Earth, so you’ll have to watch it to know!

Fedora with KDE by default? XZ backdoor fallout, German state moves to Linux

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nixCraft 🐧 »

Microsoft blocks even more customization apps in Windows 11 version 24H2. Switch to or (if you need those Adobe and other apps). Both oses allows customization. Source:

Microsoft blocks even more customization apps in Windows 11 version 24H2

nixCraft 🐧 »

Do you agree?

For Windows OS you need patience. For Apple devices and OS you need money. For Linux you need skills. Taken from

ricardo »

nixCraft 🐧 »

Fedora Project »

The Fedora Project will be at Texas Linux Fest! We'll have a booth and some Fedora related talks. And we'll be accompanied by @centos as well. Looking forward to connecting with you at the event!

Texas Linux Fest is a week away, on April 12-13. 🤠

Learn more:

Michael Dexter »

Is it CAKE?

/ Group Tux with an umbrella cake.

Pretty much that.

Michael Dexter »

Our 20th Anniversary guest returned.

He was great.

Linus Torvalds in a red jumper and blue jeans, in front of the Latvian flag.

anne.💫 »

The same thing is happening again with this new server install; I can't access it or its Docker containers through my VPN.

I'm at a loss with this. From home, everything is available and responding pings. When I VPN (I've texted from multiple locations away from home), that server will not respond to SSH, ping, nothing. All the other devices show up with no issue (see picture).

I've attempted this with Teleport and Wireguard...but I don't think they're the culprits since the other servers are available through both. Is there some network weirdness that happens on Debian installs with upgrades or such that I need to correct? I've tried with and without UFW enabled, and I've also tried changing it's IP (102-105). It still doesn't connect.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm at a loss, and the Internet isn't turning up anything for this particular problem. I have a Unifi UDM for my router.

(More info in pics ALT text.)

A series of pings. The first is the gateway, the following are servers that are reachable. When 102 is pinged, it does not respond. The current interface setup for .102. I've changed this several times to other .100 range IPs. It still won't ping through the VPN. The current "ip a show readout" for the network card, MAC obfuscatedMy pretty kitty Lucy, wondering why.i haven't figured this out yet? :)

Hans-Cees »

Hello there. I have bought a beelink s12 pro. It has 16g memory on board. However, I have heard that a n100 can run with 32G.
Who has an intel n100 or beelink s12 pro and can tell me what 32G memory works well with it?
Also I heard rumours it will run 32G but can never use more than 16G.
Any tips apreciated and please boost!

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