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    [server] Re: After kernel update no zfs

    Do ubuntu kernels utilize dkms or is the zfs module built into the kernel?
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    [server] Re: After kernel update no zfs

    Did you try to regenerate the initramfs?
  3. Re: How is ZFS coming in Ubuntu's development of it?

    So I'm just trying to get a feel how ZFS is managed from the Ubuntu side. I currently use some Arch systems with zfs-dkms. I'm currently using a product known as znapzend...
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    [SOLVED] Re: LetsEncrypt - SSL certificate is not valid

    Honestly just sounds like you would simply some things by using a Traefik for Caddy reverse proxy for auto certificate management. I'm aware you might want the certificates for other reasons...
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    [SOLVED] Re: LetsEncrypt - SSL certificate is not valid

    @TheFu

    Do you find acme.sh easier to work with than certbot? I use a combination of both tools and can't figure out what I like better. Acme.sh is very chatty as I see it modifies a lot of its...
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    Re: how to use ubuntu desktop without console?

    idk --- 90% of my ubuntu desktop are ubuntu-server installed without a window manager or desktop. Control is via ssh/tmux. Maybe I should ask the question -- How to use Ubuntu with a GUI?
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    Re: Backup, Backup, Backup...Please Help

    @TheFu

    Do you have 10G networking ports or sfp+ ports for your router? I have a custom made "protectli" type box for my pfsense router (haven't yet switched to OPNSense), but I don't have any...
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    Re: How to use proxy servers?

    I wasn't aware TLS 1.2 had been cracked if configured correctly.
  9. Re: New information on how to become a Ubuntu Member

    Yeah -- being technical helps, but there are many roles for others that might not be as technical. You don't have to be a developer to become an Ubuntu Member.
  10. Re: New information on how to become a Ubuntu Member

    Not familiar with the exact methods of the old process (although I remember a time way back when people on these forums would give public support to candidates) however the methodology listed in the...
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    Re: Tell me about iSCSI.

    @scorp123

    I took a look at those links you sent me. They were actually pretty helpful. I'm not so certain the iSCSI is only for data centers. I've built a TrueNAS system and have a small 10Gb...
  12. Re: Cannot mount Samba share from Ubuntu or Android

    Only one thing I can suggest since I've had all types of problems with my Samba mounts -- In your configuration:
    workgroup = OLLIE-SAMBA

    change that to
    workgroup = WORKGROUP

    You can kind of...
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    Re: Backup, Backup, Backup...Please Help

    I'm using zsnapzend (https://github.com/oetiker/znapzend/) to send my zfs backups. I backing up a homelab server with zsnapsend -- I get an email when the send starts and completes. Clearly I don't...
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    Tell me about iSCSI.

    What hardware do I need to setup iSCSI. I believe this a protocol for sharing files and data however does it require specific hardware?
  15. [kubuntu] Re: 20.04: Kernel Panic - not syncing: No working init found

    Sorry -- I know how to potentially rescue a system like this with Arch but not with Ubuntu -- although I'm sure behind the scenes its the same process. On Arch I would make an install disk or media,...
  16. Re: I'm getting signaled there are updates available, however I've already updated

    @ajgreeny

    I did not try that option although if I restored the VM from snapshot I probably could. I don't know the answer to your question. I ran the full-upgrade command on the jail after...
  17. Re: I'm getting signaled there are updates available, however I've already updated

    Well I kind of solved the problem -- however its definitely a bug with likely a python package not being updated. I likely started out on 16.04 and have just updated my VMs (rather than installing...
  18. Re: I'm getting signaled there are updates available, however I've already updated

    So I think I'm onto something here -- On the one system descried above that isnt' working -- I get the following:



    /usr/lib/update-notifier/apt-check --human-readable
    E: Unknown Error: '<class...
  19. Re: I'm getting signaled there are updates available, however I've already updated

    So I've looked into things and it seems when logging in (via ssh) and using PAM module, scripts are run within /etc/update-motd.d/. You can see this by manually running:



    run-parts...
  20. Re: I'm getting signaled there are updates available, however I've already updated

    @zebra2 -- not sure what your post means. Still getting this error after upgrading.
  21. I'm getting signaled there are updates available, however I've already updated

    I'm running a bunch of virtualized Ubuntu servers that I control via ssh.

    When I use ssh to access the machines, I'm greeted with something like this:


    Welcome to Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS...
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    Re: Mimic Active Directory

    @TheFu

    Having recently explored (well more than recently) setting up OpenLDAP server, how does SambaAD compare to lets say an OpenLDAP server? For Kerberos add-ons -- would you be suggesting like...
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    Re: Moving KVM VM to XCP-NG

    Can I ask why you need dracut? mkinitcpio won't work?
  24. Re: Having issues on upgrading 18.04 to latest version

    @MAFoElffen

    Slightly off topic -- I never understood why Ubuntu has netplan in the first place when it relies on systemd-networkd?? On Arch for example I just configure systemd-networkd directly...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Which one between virt manager, gnome boxes and xen is better?

    @TheFu -- really nice post and detailed. What's your host -- Ubuntu or another linux disto or something like ProxMox? The dedicated hypervisor distros like Proxmox have a lot of nice features baked...
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