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ubot5Ubuntu bug 1908478 in linux (Ubuntu) "USB-AC55 not working after kernel update Ubuntu 20.04" [Undecided,Confirmed]11:17
lotuspsychjeits raining similar bugs11:17
jeremy31Another one using mt76x02_lib11:22
jeremy31The fix was never added to the upstream 5.4 kernel11:30
lotuspsychjejeremy31: and i alread filed a bug on that same dongle on bionic once, where HWE had to fix it12:08
lotuspsychjenow we dealing just the same on 20.0412:09
lotuspsychjebut how this make sudo freeze and influence eth and whole system still puzzles me12:09
jeremy31Not sure why it would affect eth12:35
jeremy31Likely because it causes issues with mac80211 and ieee8021112:38
crorafwget -qO - https://www.mongodb.org/static/pgp/server-4.4.asc | sudo apt-key add -20:44
crorafCan someone explain me this file. wget downloads the file on the url, -q0 is i guess the quite mode, what is the minus behind q020:45
sarnoldoutput to stdout20:45
sarnold-q is quiet20:46
sarnold-O selects output20:46
crorafSO O - means what?20:46
crorafaha, to output to stdout20:47
crorafand this stdout get's piped into apt-key add?20:47
crorafwhat does the last -, after add mean20:48
oerheks Lastly, you tell apt-key to read the information from it's standard input (the "-" filename at the end).20:49
crorafI'm confused, -q says the output is turned off?, and -0 directs the output to stdout20:49
crorafWHy direct, if output is turned off20:49
sarnold-q is quiet, not no output20:53
croraf"- q Turn off Wget's output"20:56
croraffrom the manpages sarnold20:56
oerheksquiet to humans, not to the socket.20:56
sarnoldcroraf: compare wget -qO - https://www.mongodb.org/static/pgp/server-4.4.asc  vswget -O - https://www.mongodb.org/static/pgp/server-4.4.asc20:57
croraf-q version removes some info from the stdout?21:01
sarnoldyes, which makes using -O - much more useful :)21:02
crorafIt leaves only the payload?21:02
crorafBut this means that -q description in the manpages is completely wrong.21:03
crorafBoth this metadata and the actual payload are sent to stdout, just with -q the request metadata is silent.21:03
sarnoldmore like 'status output' than 'request metadata'..  try adding -S to see the server-sent headers21:09
crorafsarnold, but this "status output" is also sent on the stdout, as the request body?21:21
sarnoldcroraf: there's a billion command line options that you can mix and match to get whatever you need; these tools are used for network debugging, webclient debugging, webserver debugging, interactively retrieving files, scripted retrieving files, mirroring entire sites, etc etc etc21:25
sarnoldcroraf: not every option will be immediately obvious why it exists but someone somewhere found it useful to have each one for solving a problem :)21:25
crorafI understand that. I asked if this "status output" is also sent on the stdout, right?21:26
crorafsame as the request body?21:26
crorafWith the intention to confirm that -q description in man is wrong.21:26
leftyfbcroraf: then file a bug with wget21:27
crorafI might, if you confirm it is a bug?21:28
leftyfbcroraf: wget works fine for me as does it's man page. I'm not the one with an issue with it. Feel free to file a bug if you feel it is a bug21:31
crorafI asked if the description "-q   Turn off Wget's output." is wrong? You don't think this description is wrong?21:39
leftyfbno, it turns off the output to the users terminal21:40
oerheksquiet to humans, not to the socket.21:40
crorafoerheks, what do you mean by not to the socket21:42
crorafit completely turns of the output for the "status information".21:42
crorafBut -O can still put the response body into the output.21:43
sarnoldor any other file you select21:46
sarnoldor a socket somewhere else21:46

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