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HFSPLUSWHy isnt xfs defualt?13:05
cascardonacc: about the LATEST_KERNEL on makedumpfile, that should only cause a warning14:12
nacccascardo: understood, just ... confusing :)14:13
nacccascardo: and based upon upstream, does imply there might be dragons?14:13
cascardoI would say that even if they tell you it is supported, there are going to be dragons!!14:14
nacccascardo: yeah after reading the source i see that it's just a warning.14:18
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apb196316.04, I'm experiencing weirdness.  I did a cp 18.04-image /dev/sdd and then installed it on a different machine ("blue"), booted it and all was well.  Then I realized I goofed and created the wrong username for myself; worse my password wasn't working; another goof?  So I figured I'd just reinstall.  I reinserted the USB flash drive and long story short, it wasn't booting off the USB.  So I brought it back to this machine 18:57
apb1963(yellow) and did some testing.  I can mount /dev/sdd1 and ls shows files living there.  fdisk -l fails to show /dev/sdd    fdisk /dev/sdd1 shows multiple (secondary??) partitions on this 16GiB flash drive, adding up to over 1TiB.  gparted /dev/sdd1 shows 56MiB and an unknown filesystem, nothing else.   Using the exact same command as before, when it worked: cp ubuntu-18.04.2-desktop-amd64.iso /dev/sdd18:57
apb1963cp: cannot create regular file '/dev/sdd': No medium found.  So I'm a bit conflexed.18:57
apb1963ugh.  Meant to post this in #ubuntu, not here.  Sorry.18:59

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