graphHello I would like to ask about something. Lubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver is based on Debian 9 Stretch?19:03
lubot<tsimonq2> Not directly19:03
lubot<tsimonq2> During the development cycle, packages are pulled from Debian Sid19:03
lubot<tsimonq2> While there is a lot of coordination, so many packages might end up at same versions, packages are pulled from Sid19:03
graphSo I want to install OpenSnitch what package od Deb to chose? https://pkgs.org/download/openvswitch-switch19:04
lubot<tsimonq2> Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver)19:05
graphI know <lubot> thx for answer. I have Lubuntu 18.04 LTS19:05
lubot<tsimonq2> Yes, but it's the same archive :)19:05
graphwhat DEB package choose to install https://pkgs.org/download/openvswitch-switch ???19:06
graphDebian 8 or Debian 9 or Debian Sid?19:06
lubot<tsimonq2> Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver)19:06
lubot<tsimonq2> Don't install Debian packages on Ubuntu-based systems.19:07
graphPlease look its very important to me because I would like to know what package to install at present and in the fture19:07
lubot<tsimonq2> Lubuntu 18.04 is Ubuntu 18.04 at its core19:07
lubot<tsimonq2> Yes19:07
lubot<tsimonq2> I know19:07
lubot<tsimonq2> I see what you're saying19:07
lubot<tsimonq2> Just listen to what I'm saying ;)19:07
graphI know sory I dont speak english fluently and good19:07
lubot<tsimonq2> Your answer is Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver)19:07
graphSo forgive me19:07
lubot<tsimonq2> No problem :)19:08
graphOk but..sory for my next question. I use to install Deb package ..gDebi...I always use as equwallent for 18.04 LTS Debian Strech 19:09
graphAnd in most is working19:09
graphBut few hours ago I have found this chart... https://askubuntu.com/questions/445487/what-debian-version-are-the-different-ubuntu-versions-based-on?rq=119:10
graphand I am suprised19:10
lubot<tsimonq2> When you're talking about downloading packages to install, I would ignore that19:11
graphaccording this chart they say that  18.04 LTS Bionic is Debian Buster/Sid   - 10 (so its Debian 10)19:11
lubot<tsimonq2> Well, you have to understand how Debian works19:12
lubot<tsimonq2> When Debian wants to put a package into the next release, they first upload to Sid19:12
lubot<tsimonq2> Ubuntu pulls from there19:12
lubot<tsimonq2> Debian then migrates packages into Testing19:12
lubot<tsimonq2> Testing is what is released19:12
graphCould you tell me why? sory I am not totall nOOb but I am not professional. I am just user who use Lubuntu from5 years19:12
lubot<tsimonq2> Both of them have a common origin19:13
lubot<tsimonq2> However, one is not based off of the other19:13
lubot<tsimonq2> Does that answer your question?19:13
graphUnderstan o19:13
graphSo Do you know OpenSnitch?19:14
lubot<tsimonq2> I don't19:14
graphIts very good tool19:14
graphVery Uniqe19:14
graphVery uniqw19:14
lubot<tsimonq2> I bet19:14
graphIts firewall / Guard for application19:14
graphNot like GUFW19:14
graphGufw works deeper OpenSnitch I think is working on application layer19:15
graphplease look https://www.linuxuprising.com/2018/04/how-to-install-opensnitch-application.html19:15
graphThis app I think should be in Repository of Lubuntu its great for medium skill user19:16
graphIs very uniqe19:16
lubot<tsimonq2> ahh19:16
graphFor user who are not god of terminal commands:_19:16
graphJust proposition: Years ago I was proposed Kaffeine to add to repo and Devs of Lubuntu add it:) for my proposition19:17
lubot<tsimonq2> cool :)19:17
graphhere is for github https://github.com/evilsocket/opensnitch19:18
graphVery cool!!19:18
graphIts good complementation for gufw19:18
graphAnd I know that OpenSnitch is fork of the best application firewall on MAC19:19
graphOn Mac its called as Little Snitch https://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html19:19
lubot<tsimonq2> ok19:20
graphSo Is the chance that OpenSnitch will be on repository?19:26
lubot<tsimonq2> In the repository, sure19:27
graphOk thanks really its very uniqe app19:27
graphvery good for no super skill terminal user:)19:27
graphjust do what should do:) its like Comodo firewall for windows ..we can manage in GUI rules for each aps in linux or process19:28
graphIn aplication layer but gufw works in deeper layer19:29
graphOk I will be very thankfull for add it to repository of Lubuntu. And sory for my english.19:29
graphit will make life easier people who are just simple user like me19:30
graphI know that Arch has it in own repository19:31
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