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    ubuntu server first reboot bpfilter error

    hi im new here how are you ?

    i install for the first time the last version of ubuntu server 19.04 and when i restart for the first time he said started bpfilter and is stuck there can some one help me please ?

    thanks
    Last edited by christopher-santos18; June 5th, 2019 at 05:57 PM.

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    Re: ubuntu server first reboot bpfilter error

    I didn't think bpfilter was ready for use at this point. It wasn't last fall, so I 'd avoid it.

    Most "servers" should use only LTS releases. 19.04 is NOT LTS.

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    Re: ubuntu server first reboot bpfilter error

    Ok what can I do I reeinstal 18.4 and I don't apt-get install upgrade ?

    Thanks

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    Re: ubuntu server first reboot bpfilter error

    Ok I have install the 18.04 lts I reboot and it worked now can you help with something else please I have install Plex media server but he installed on root/bar/lib/plexmedia server that's ok but when I try to access by sftp I can access by sftp user:ip then passowrd but I need to put my mídia on sftp root@ip then /var/lib/Plex mediaserver/library and it's not authorized I do what I go to vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config and I put PermitRootLogin yes and I saved the root passowrd it's ok with sudo passwd root and when I go to sftp root@ip the password still don't work can you help me with that please ???


    Thanks very much

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    Re: ubuntu server first reboot bpfilter error

    Good on using 18.04. That has support until 2023.
    To maintain it, keep it patched, there are 3 things you need to do, weekly.
    Code:
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt dist-upgrade
    sudo apt autoremove  # run when the output suggests this
    sudo apt autoclean  # run to remove old .deb packages which aren't being used anymore
    run versioned backups weekly, if not daily. Sorry, there isn't a trivial backup command for everyone.
    and
    Test the restore of those backups before you need them. Lots of people here have been doing backups for years, only to find they cannot restore. Until you test the restore, you don't really know that you have a backup.
    https://blog.jdpfu.com/2011/06/24/sy...-for-linux-pcs has more details. Update: certs renewed.
    None of those commands above will move an 18.04 system to any other release. They will move an 18.04.1 to 18.04.2 to 18.04.3 (when available).

    The Plex question needs a different thread, but you shouldn't use root and should never allow remote root just for plex.
    Last edited by TheFu; June 6th, 2019 at 08:41 PM. Reason: certs renewed.

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    Re: ubuntu server first reboot bpfilter error

    Thank you very much, and for Plex I find a way without using root, can you help with one more thing please how can I access do meu server from exterior from another internet ?? Can I use vpn ?? Thanks very much for the help

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    Re: ubuntu server first reboot bpfilter error

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