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lordievaderGood morning.09:38
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Ergohello, my ubuntu 14.04 has kernel version from "linux-image-generic-lts-wily" is this the one with vulnerability fixed?11:19
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jellyErgo: which particular vulnerability?11:53
jellyErgo: if you know the CVE ID, http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/11:54
jellysadly not all kernel issues with security consequences get CVE assigned (says spender)11:54
Ergojelly: thanks, I've actually found the CVE and confirmed the version, all is good12:08
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Kim^JAnyone know anything about cloud-init here? I have this cloud-init file: https://gist.github.com/hagbarddenstore/bd68e0ebd8944c99b147 I use Ubuntu 14.04.3 (ami-f95ef58a). The error I get is that /tmp/my-key can't be found (By the ssh command in the runcmd), so my guess is that either I have wrong permissions or that write_files is executed after runcmd. Is this the case? This post ...14:05
Kim^J... http://blog.scottlowe.org/2015/12/17/cloud-init-register-instance-into-consul/ suggests that I can do what I'm trying to do, but I simply can't get it to work.14:05
Kim^JAlso, write_files with owner: ubuntu:ubuntu or path: /home/ubuntu/file will make cloud-init crash and burn, resulting in a server that you cannot access,14:06
sb_9hi folks15:18
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jmlDo the official vagrant images at http://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/xenial/current/xenial-server-cloudimg-amd64-vagrant.box not support shared directories?18:37
jmlalso, wow, the topic hasn't been changed in almost 2 years18:37
sarnoldI've seen older :)18:39
jmlshould I use the ones at https://atlas.hashicorp.com/ubuntu18:39
jmlhttps://atlas.hashicorp.com/ubuntu says "Official Ubuntu Server Wily Werewolf (development) builds"18:42
jmlI guess wily isn't in development any more18:42
sarnoldfwiw I'd only use those images if they match the published signatures18:44
sarnoldbut that's me18:44
jmlthanks for the tip18:52
jmlI guess the conclusion is that the official Ubuntu Xenial images for Vagrant don't actually work with the Vagrant18:53
sarnoldno idea, what's a shared directory?18:53
jmlsarnold: have you used vagrant before/18:53
sarnoldjml: no18:53
sarnoldjml: I've always heard it's some scriptng around virtual box, and i'm .. not inclined to use oracle code when there's good alternatives like kvm / qemu available :)18:54
jmlVagrant fires up a VM (generally using VirtualBox) and does a bunch of automatic configuration on that VM to make it work nicely, optimized for development environments18:54
jmla key step is mounting a directory from the host (the one where `Vagrantfile` is) onto the guest at `/vagrant`18:55
jmlthat way, you can edit files directly from the editor on your guest without having to manually sync18:55
sarnoldhow do they do that? p9fs? nfs?18:56
sarnoldsome virtio thing?18:56
jmla custom kernel module18:58
jmlwell, custom filesystem, I should say18:58
sarnoldwow that seems surprising compared to the alternatives18:58
sarnoldthanks jml :)18:59
jmlyeah, you'll have to ask them.18:59
jmlanyway, I'm falling back to the "development" wily image that was released on 20160118:59
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hggdhDaviey: hi, you opened RT 16371 a looong time ago. Can it be closed?21:26
cellygood afternoon.  is anyone here using ubuntu server to manage their Clonezilla/DRBL instance?21:59
ikoniacelly: how is your failing clonezilla image anything to do with ubuntu21:59
ikoniaI asked you just a few minutes ago to not spread this across the ubuntu channels21:59
cellyi never said it was an ubuntu issue, but with so many people using ubuntu server, i thought maybe, just maybe, someone that might be using ubuntu server for Clonezilla and DRBL might actually be willing to help.22:00
cellyalso, you "suggested" that i didn't ask it in the ubuntu-server channel, you didn't ask me not to do so.  if no one helps, then i'll obviously leave it alone.22:01
ikoniacelly: and as I told you - just because the clonezilla channel is dead, it's not up to the ubuntu channels to pickup the slack22:01
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cellyhow is me asking one question affecting you?  If someone has some insight, i'm sure they'll respond.  if all you're going to do is continue to say, "it's not an ubuntu issue", then what help is that.  as i stated, i obviously know its not an ubuntu issue, but considering ubuntu is one of the most used linux distro's and one of the primary supported OS's for clonezilla, what harm does asking a question do?22:03
cellyand FYI, the ONLY reason i asked the question in the ubuntu channel to begin with is because someone stated that the people in there would possibly help.  had someone not said that, i wouldn't have asked22:04
ikoniaok, well please take it back to the clonezilla channel, thanks22:05
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