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    Re: Kernel 5.16 RC (Release Candidate) series

    @ pqwoerituytrueiwoq : I use a kernel removal tool. I searched for years for a good kernel management tool, trying myself a few times and getting help from others a few times.

    Example with...
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    Re: Kernel 5.16 RC (Release Candidate) series

    Kernel 5.16-rc6 is available, Ubuntu PPA, kernel.org


    doug@s19:~$ uname -a
    Linux s19 5.16.0-rc6-stock #995 SMP PREEMPT Mon Dec 20 07:51:09 PST 2021 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
  3. Re: Ubuntu server "built in" temperature monitor differs from lm-sensors

    O.K. I figured out how, and added this:


    doug@s19:~$ cat /etc/update-motd.d/93-doug-test
    #!/bin/sh

    #
    # What is the Processor package temperature.
    ...
  4. Re: Ubuntu server "built in" temperature monitor differs from lm-sensors

    How did you do that? I would like to try adding a temperature reading also, as I would have expected less discrepancy between the two measurements with your special MOTD.
  5. Re: Ubuntu server "built in" temperature monitor differs from lm-sensors

    What is your processor make and model? turbostat works on most recent Intel processors and some recent AMD processors. I always thought is was part of the "linux-tools-common" package, but don't...
  6. Re: Ubuntu server "built in" temperature monitor differs from lm-sensors

    @MAFoElffen : Agreed. And turbostat does the same, where "package temperature" is always the highest of all core temperatures. My manual measurements, via direct MSR read were not, so I just read all...
  7. Re: Ubuntu server "built in" temperature monitor differs from lm-sensors

    Disagree. They are both current at the moment they are sampled. The difference is the higher amount of code executed before the sample is taken during the the logon process causing a momentary...
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    Re: Kernel 5.16 RC (Release Candidate) series

    Yes, and actually I am surprised you didn't get that error before now. It has been an issue for a few kernel RC series now. I think you'll find the kernel actually works O.K. For my part of it, I...
  9. [server] Re: I want to limit access to a specific wireguard client using UFW.

    UFW is just a front end for iptables. While UFW generated iptables rule sets are difficult and annoying to follow, maybe that is where to look. Please post the output for "sudo iptables -xvnL".
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    Re: Kernel 5.16 RC (Release Candidate) series

    I guess it would only matter if you are planning to bisect the kernel, so as to provide better starting points. I didn't find anything relevant using search term "linux kernel 5.16 amdgpu Radeon R9...
  11. Thread: Inspired

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    Re: Inspired

    I ran the latest development version:


    a5fbfbe (HEAD -> main, origin/main, origin/HEAD) Updated README.md file to correct spelling and wording.
    524cf59 Change to alternate expression of...
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    Re: Kernel 5.16 RC (Release Candidate) series

    Does 5.16-RC2 or -RC1 work? Does mainline 5.15 work? I can only think of kernel bisection to isolate the bad commit. I am a server person and don't know about GPU stuff.
  13. Thread: Inspired

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    Re: Inspired

    Good questions. I do not know how to spread the word. I have tried asking a few people with issues to run the script, but they have never posted again on whatever thread.

    Interesting, I had never...
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    Re: Kernel 5.16 RC (Release Candidate) series

    Kernel 5.16-rc4 is available. It has the fix for the inability to change CPU frequency scaling drivers.


    $ uname -a
    Linux s19 5.16.0-rc4-stock #990 SMP PREEMPT Sun Dec 5 16:18:21 PST 2021 x86_64...
  15. Thread: Inspired

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    Re: Inspired

    O.K. I still keep both repositories. So looking at this:


    10089f3 (HEAD -> main, origin/main, origin/HEAD) Fixed HWE routines. Added xrandr info. Updated/Changed GetPrequisites().

    Which oddly,...
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    [server] Re: After kernel update no zfs

    I agree with everything LHammonds and darkod have said.

    If one is using the HWE stack on 20.04, then the kernel version is around 5.11.0-41.

    I wonder if you have some kernel PPA added to your...
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    [server] Re: After kernel update no zfs

    Good catch. It looks as though it might be a System76 kernel, but not sure. I am not aware of any falvour of Ubuntu using a 5.15 series kernel by default yet, even 22.04 development.
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    Re: help with email spamming.

    Yes, I guess I was already writting my reply when you updated.

    I had assumed 192.168.19.22 was a typo and you had meant to write 192.168.0.19.
  19. Re: System obtains two IP addresses from DHCP

    Which version of Ubuntu?

    I wonder if somehow you have got a mixture of systemd-networkd and the old way going on at the same time. I am not an expert, and actually avoid using netplan entirely,...
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    Re: help with email spamming.

    You don't know what 192.168.0.19 is? I can not help with that, because as you say it is on your LAN. The port involved is SSH, port 22.

    Just a guess below:
    Might you just so happen to have an SSH...
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    [ubuntu] Re: [B]tcp contradiction[/B]

    Well, it seems to be working fine. UFW is just a front end for iptables.

    Potentially the issue is that the pi is using port 22, and sometimes iptables rules do not discern between source and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: [B]tcp contradiction[/B]

    Is the Pi server 192.168.1.161 and the client 192.168.1.136?

    Could you also show us an example of at least one of your client's ssh listening ports. For example: "sudo ss -lntup'
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    [ubuntu] Re: [B]tcp contradiction[/B]

    Does your pi server do all the backup work? For example does it "pull" the data from the clients? Could you show us the relevant portion of your client's sshd_config file. For example, here is one of...
  24. Thread: Thoughts needed

    by Doug S
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    Re: Thoughts needed

    You appear to be back. Welcome. I hope the 9 month absence was beneficial.
  25. Re: kuula.co webpage not loading for version 20.04

    Works for me also. I used firefox browser (94.0.2 (64-bit)) from a windows 10 computer. And a Ubuntu 22.04 Desktop VM with firefox (94.0.2 (64-bit)). And a Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 VM with firefox 94.0.
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