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fooI have PHP 7.2 on my system which is unsecure. Does this look good for upgrading? https://computingforgeeks.com/how-to-install-php-on-ubuntu/  I think the repo of sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ondrej/php is acceptable14:15
tomreynfoo: which ubuntu release are you on, and how is php 7.2 installed there?14:22
footomreyn: Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS14:26
fooThis was set up a couple years ago, I'm a bit surprised it's on an insecure/outdated version of PHP already...14:27
tomreynfoo: if you have php 7.2 installed form the ubuntu repositories then it still has security support14:28
tomreynon Ubuntu 18.04 that is14:28
footomreyn: oh, thank you, I'm going to disregard this Wordpress error someone reported then because I have bigger fish to fry... if you catch my drift. ;) 14:29
tomreynfoo: you're welcome.14:29
xnoxrbasak:  heya..... do you have some time to talk about letsencrypt clients that we have shipped/supported on Trusty, Xenial and Bionic?15:30
xnoxspecifically for https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/openssl-client-compatibility-changes-for-let-s-encrypt-certificates/14381615:31
xnoxi want to know if we have shipped clients "uacme 10, Caddy 4, and more recently 18 Certbot 35.15:31
xnox" 15:31
xnoxand if we need to patch them to support correctly configuring default, or a shorter chain.15:31
xnoxOpened https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/uacme/+bug/1941904 to start checking that15:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1941904 in uacme (Ubuntu Impish) "Check if letsencrypt clients support configuring shorter chains" [Undecided, New]15:34
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