jayjo-compdoc: I'm using ubuntu 20.04 as both the kvm host and a LAN machine to connect via qemu+ssh (separate machines)00:40
jayjo-I've been trying since last week to use the memstick installer so I have no GUI at all, just the serial console. But I haven't been able to get that to work virtualized. It does work just installing it on the host (no ubuntu).00:41
jayjo-I had believed that with virtualiztion the booting machine could have no idea it was virtualized.00:52
sarnoldyeah, you haven't noticed yet you're virtualized anyway :)01:03
* sarnold runs01:03
jayjo-oh no, now I don't know what to believe. I have some thinking to do01:11
sarnoldoh that reminds me, I intended to paste this after running, but then got distracted01:12
sarnold"New Results for Timing-Based Attestation"01:12
ruben23hi guys any idea how to resolved this issue --------> i run this ( lsblk ) i get this error ---> No command 'lsblk' found, did you mean:  Command 'lslk' from package 'lslk' (universe) lsblk: command not found04:39
ruben23are there any alternative command line this for Ubuntu server somehow04:39
cpaelzerruben23: lsblk is part of util-linux which is essential and usually installed, but worth to check05:07
cpaelzerruben23: what does "ls -laF /bin/lsblk" and "dpkg -l util-linux" give you?05:07
ruben23 cpaelzer:  ---> https://pastebin.com/3PD3KaqE05:11
ruben23my ubuntu server version is this ---> Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS \n \l05:12
cpaelzerthat is slightly old :-)05:20
cpaelzerruben23: maybe lsblk didn't exist yet back then?05:21
cpaelzerruben23: yep no trace of lsblk in 2.17.2-0ubuntu1.10.04.205:23
cpaelzeryou might consider upgrading for about a decade of new software :-)05:23
maretHi everyone, quick question. I am trying to setup a ftp server on Ubuntu and I can connect to it through command line but I can't via filezilla. Not sure why. Here is output from filezilla with vsftpd config , thank you! https://pastebin.com/SNTrG8Bp06:12
maretHi everyone, quick question. I am trying to setup a ftp server on Ubuntu and I can connect to it through command line but I can't via filezilla. Not sure why. Here is output from filezilla with vsftpd config , thank you! https://pastebin.com/SNTrG8Bp11:46
mgedminmaret: what's the network topology?  is there NAT going on between your client and your server?11:48
mgedmindid the command-line client try to use passive mode or active mode?11:49
mgedmin(and why on Earth would you be using FTP in the year of luigi 2020?)11:49
maretheh fair enough11:55
RoyKmaret: if possible, just use scp, sftp or rsync over ssh (the default for rsync the last 15 years or so). It just works12:18
RoyKmaret: ftp is old and just crappy12:19
lordievaderPlus scp or rsync over ssh is so much easier12:24
RoyKindeed and in case of traversing nat, it's no problem at all. ftp really sucks at nat, especially if ssl/tls is involved12:24
tewardRoyK: I think the only case of me having FTP in any location on my network was for an archive mirror lol.  I hate FTP xD13:35
tewardso yes, avoid FTP if you can13:35
tewardpure FTP*13:35
* lordievader shares the hate of FTP14:20
shubjeroHey all, I updated apparmor packages on my system and I accidentally said 'keep old apparmor config'. How do I tell apt to download the new apparmor configs/policies?14:52
shubjerocoreycb, perhaps you know?14:53
tomreynshubjero: sudo apt install --reinstall -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-confask,confnew,confmiss" <list-of-apparmor-related-packages-you-updated>15:21
RoyKteward: those mirrors can use http as well, so no need for ftp there either ;)15:22
jayjo-is there a way to boot directly from a USB using virt-manager and ubuntu as the KVM host? The best reference I could find says to first do everything as if an ISO installation, and then add the USB device via an edit: https://tails.boum.org/doc/advanced_topics/virtualization/virt-manager/index.en.html#index5h1 - tails is just an installation reference I found18:34
sarnoldjayjo-: btw, have you seen the cloud images? they're pre-made installs, all you have to do is write some cloud-init data to configure the guest before you start using it18:37
RoyKjayjo-: I guess the easiest is to just dd if=/dev/(that usb thing) of=someimagefile bs=1M and just name that image file for boot18:37
sarnoldjayjo-: I don't know what you're trying to do, but it sounds suspiciously like "I want to install an ubuntu"18:37
jayjo-I'm still trying to install the memstick pfsense serial installation on my ubuntu desktop. I've now tested quite a few OS installations with VNC, they seem to work without issues. So I created a pfsense usb stick, I wonder if using the whole disk instead of the .img file will help. I also created a tails usb to test booting from directly, as well18:54
sarnoldjayjo-: aha, dang, then our cloud images won't help any..19:00
RoyKjayjo-: pfsense is freebsd, btw, not linux, but just use the image file with virt-manager19:00
tewardRoyK: true, but legacy crap is legacy so >.>19:57
tewardI use http/https xD19:57
tewardjayjo-: weren't you here before about issues with the memstick serial installer?  And I sent you to #pfsense ?19:59
jayjo-yes, that was me :/ in my defense 1) I did go; their advice was mainly to use VNC (which I have) or to not virtualize it, and 2) i thought it had been long enough that you may not notice21:21

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