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wingarmac_Greeting ! I would like help to set up dnsmasq right.  my FQDN is now pointing my ISP' DSL router with fixed public IP, where my server and desktop are connected on. How can I make my computers be reachable by name with ping for example to : server.mydomain.fqdn and desktop.mydomain.fqdn from inside as outside the domain?09:04
wingarmac_I do not get how to setup the tunnel. I do not understand how the information passes trough and identify what computer uses this name.09:05
wingarmac_Can anyone explain how I can set this up so I can understand what it does ?09:10
wingarmac__Hi, can anyone explain me the difference between the working of a nameserver and a proxyserver, when it comes to set names of hosts on the internal network?18:17
wingarmac__This to use a domain name on device with a local IP18:18
wingarmac__My provider seem to advice me a proxyserver to do so, but others a tiny ddns or dhcp server like dnsmasq. I do not know where to look for. Can anyone help me make the difference and see what's applying to what I'm intend to ?18:21
alkisgwingarmac__: if you just want to access your nearby pc, you can use hostname.local, it's an automatic name they get from an automatic mdns server called "avahi", that is running in local networks18:39
alkisgWhile if you want a global fqdn like pc1.example.com, with global ip=, to be known with another local ip, like, then you need a local dns server18:39
wingarmac__no, they would be all part of the same vpn18:54
wingarmac__Is it possible with /etc/systemd/resolved.conf and hosts to set it up ?18:55
alkisgThen you need a dns server for the vpn; you can define that in the vpn settings18:56
wingarmac__would dnsmasq do ?18:56
wingarmac__when i install it the port 53 is already in use by 735/systemd-resolve 18:59
wingarmac__How should I begin to set things up and for dnsmasq?18:59
alkisgYou can set "bind-interfaces" in dnsmasq. Read its man page, man dnsmasq19:03
alkisgThat will allow systemd-resolved to run in "lo", and dnsmasq in the other interfaces. You'll probably also need "except-interface lo" in dnsmasq19:03
wingarmac__Thanks, I'll look into this. ^19:38
luna_22.04.2 downloaded19:48
jaybhi.  hoping someone can help me with some installation questions.  i'm trying to install 22.04 LTS onto a headless server.  this server has a disk array with 8 disks, and i hoped to install / on a zfs raidz3.  the ubuntu desktop installer provides an option for installing / on zfs, but i don't see such an option in the ubuntu server installer.  can someone recommend a way to install ubuntu server with / on zfs?21:01
sarnoldjayb: I followed an earlier version of this guide for my zfs on root laptop install before the desktop installer supported it https://openzfs.github.io/openzfs-docs/Getting%20Started/Ubuntu/Ubuntu%2022.04%20Root%20on%20ZFS.html21:02
sarnoldjayb: I recommend making the boot partition larger than the 500MB minimum they mention21:03
jaybsarnold: thanks!  looks promising21:06
sarnoldjayb: yeah, it's good stuff :)21:06
jaybsarnold: i just noticed that those instructions say: "System Requirements: Ubuntu 22.04.01 ("jammy") Desktop CD (not any server images)"  i am really hoping there is a way to get there using ubuntu server ISOs21:18
sdezielI've always been too lazy (and worried about the livecd recovery scenario) to bother with ZFS on root... I take the simple approach of using btrfs for the rootfs and do the fancy zpool setup post-install on the remaining disk space21:21
sarnoldjayb: oh dang, that's a bummer :( I *bet* that's mostly for the zfsutils-linux package, but maybe also kernel modules.. dunno there :( maybe it'd be enough to get that package onto the live system after booting?21:21
sdezieljayb: ^ not what you asked for but it still gives you a checksum, compression, snapshots  for your rootfs21:21
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