51 (edited by SillyPeruvian 2016-09-21 16:51:44)

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Just another day at my mail server.
I would run a cat and post the .txt file, but I doubt you want to see 4Mb worth of logs showing the same things over and over with different IPs.
http://i.imgur.com/VglRNdT.png

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52 (edited by SillyPeruvian 2016-10-05 21:16:01)

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Since I got tired of maintaining a mail server (it's quite high maintenance), I moved my domains to a real mail server and had them be managed by a different service. Works great thus far.
I re-purposed my server into a Tahoe-LAFS node, and I have to say I don't really understand the concept here: it seems to be a federated file-system with security by obscurity? I may need to read the entire documentation for it, because it doesn't make a lot of sense to me.

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Question:
Why does Redis destroy my CPU while APC, memcached and xcache (hell, even Zend if all I'm using is PHP) seem to do their intended job?

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I... just hope to never ever EVER become a sysadmin of any kind.


In other news: another day, another serious vulnerability with a stupid marketing name. Patch your shit, yo!
(Already deploying the security updates on my Debian boxes at home, not that you could exploit that without having local access first anyway)

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Shit.
I hope 'buntu releases a fix soon. My seedbox uses 14.04 with no possibility of upgrading or moving to other distros because ESXI.

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I use linux since 2010. First time in Archlinux to 2014, and after use Gentoo my main distro. So my computer is week and try the Voidlinux and such nice.

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You could say...

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Anyone ever used Amazon Cloud Drive as a FUSE mount?
I'm trying to use rclone which seems like a complete solution, but I'm not aware as to how to transfer stuff encrypted. I've read that rclone can encrypt both file contents and file names, but I have no clue what the command is or if I should talk to the FUSE mount or the amazon: remote.

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59 (edited by SillyPeruvian 2016-11-11 19:43:34)

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Found my answer: I'm supposed to create an Amazon Cloud Drive configuration first, then test if that one works. If it does, I now have to create a new configuration using the "crypt" option (option 5 at the time of writing) and reference the previously created remote. If I named my ACD remote "amazon", then I would reference it as "amazon:" and then name my "crypt" configuration something else (such as amazon_crypt, for example) and talk directly to it like so: rclone -q copy /my/files amazon_crypt:
Pretty neat stuff.

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Okay! I ran into a real problem!
ACD limits all names (directories included) to 280 characters. This means their servers use a very shitty filesystem (NTFS comes to mind, which means Windows (lol)) and didn't consider Linux users at all.
But what to do? I could toss my files unencrypted, but according to their ToS/Privacy Policy, they do check whatever you upload to them. I doubt they care about my doujin music collection but they surely have algorithms to catch my movie rips.
Decisions, decisions...

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Sea Islands support is a fucking mess. Thank my better judgement I installed AMDGPU driver in a VM and not in my working environment because the god damned thing exploded.
I really hope SI support in-kernel becomes a thing. I don't want to recompile my kernels every damn time AMDGPU is updated.

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Any Arch users with an AMD card using the linux-cik kernel?
I kind of want to test it out but I don't wanna deal with it breaking my VMs.

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63 (edited by Etna 2016-12-13 08:19:27)

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SillyPeruvian wrote:

Sea Islands support is a fucking mess. Thank my better judgement I installed AMDGPU driver in a VM and not in my working environment because the god damned thing exploded.
I really hope SI support in-kernel becomes a thing. I don't want to recompile my kernels every damn time AMDGPU is updated.

Idiot, you are not supposed to install any graphics drivers into the VM. ESXI creates ins own virtual GPU that is exposed to a Linux guest as SVGA. Every kernel has full support for the ESXI virtual SVGA module.

And Sea Islands support is already in kernel 4.9 (blacklist 'radeon' and recompile with two additional flags enabled) with the latest drm and Mesa libraries.

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Who ever said I use ESXI?
No man, I use KVM. I have an HD7870 for the host and dedicate the R9 390X strictly to the guest OS(es).

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65 (edited by SillyPeruvian 2017-01-27 22:27:15)

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Fedora 25 is great.
Except for that one thing where upgrading it from ISO installation state to newer packages breaks booting into Windows of any version.

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http://i.imgur.com/f3xARmS.png


Well, I compiled toxcore and related libraries, but...

How the heck do you go about hosting a Tox server?!

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Welp nevermind! Guess I figured it out.


root@drogoz:~# grep "tox-bootstrapd" /var/log/syslog
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: Running "tox-bootstrapd" version 2016010100.
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: Successfully read:
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'pid_file_path': /var/run/tox-bootstrapd/tox-bootstrapd.pid
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'keys_file_path': /var/lib/tox-bootstrapd/keys
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'port': 33445
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'enable_ipv6': false
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'enable_ipv4_fallback': true
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'enable_lan_discovery': true
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'enable_tcp_relay': true
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: Read 3 TCP ports:
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: Port #0: 443
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: Port #1: 3389
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: Port #2: 33445
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'enable_motd': true
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: 'motd': Testing Tox node. Report bugs or problems at ------
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: General config read successfully
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6688]: Forked successfully: PID: ---.
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Set MOTD successfully.
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Keys are managed successfully.
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Initialized Tox TCP server successfully.
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Successfully added bootstrap node #0: nodes.tox.chat:33445 6FC41E2BD381D37E9748FC0E0328CE086AF9598BECC8FEB7DDF2E440475F300E
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Successfully added bootstrap node #1: biribiri.org:33445 F404ABAA1C99A9D37D61AB54898F56793E1DEF8BD46B1038B9D822E8460FAB67
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Successfully added bootstrap node #2: tox.verdict.gg:33445 1C5293AEF2114717547B39DA8EA6F1E331E5E358B35F9B6B5F19317911C5F976
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Successfully added bootstrap node #3: hibiki.eve.moe:33445 D3EB45181B343C2C222A5BCF72B760638E15ED87904625AAD351C594EEFAE03E
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: List of bootstrap nodes read successfully.
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Public Key: 63FF2DF4FF757125846C83627EA46EFDB68928781E26A5507C063CB64DFB7808
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Initialized LAN discovery successfully.
Feb 13 00:21:16 drogoz tox-bootstrapd[6689]: Connected to another bootstrap node successfully.

Now I just need to subscribe my server to the bootstrap list. Ugh.

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Relevant to this thread because I'm operating it under Linux.
I've recently gotten interested in XMPP, and I have a server running under ejabberd (as a first timer, erlang was a bitch to get right) which is pretty bare-bones at the present.
How do people get things like hidden TOR services and pretty registration pages like these? I don't really know how to even begin to ask Google as I haven't the slightest clue how these are called, let alone operated and connected with the XMPP server.
Would be nice if I could get these things sorted out. I could actually start sharing my XMPP server with friends, and have them interact with pretty much anyone since my server has a fully working S2S configuration and can federate with anyone.
/sigh... I really need to learn these things.

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NodeJS is fucking retarded. Why is the documentation on how to install and use npm and modules so fucking obsucre?
Why ca't it be as simple as pip install X or cpan? Have these people never heard of "Keep It Stupid Simple"?
Ugh. Now I need an alternative for XMPP BOSH that doesn't involve fucking NodeJS.

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I don't think I can make this thing any more secure. I would have to physically own the hardware for it to be 100% secure.
You're welcome to join, though I've been super lazy and haven't really bothered setting up registrations again. I'll get to that eventually.

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Okay, turns out I actually could. I now have DH ciphers!


Server-to-server
Client-to-server


A screenshot of offered capabilities. I do not offer archives because it goes against my "no logging" policy:

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You're welcome to register and use these services, just know I don't have a pretty "front-end site" for it yet. I'm still learning how to integrate that.

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I forgot about this.


I also have DANE-TA in place. It was hell setting it all up and it's only worth it for non-shit browsers. If DNS were decentralized and trustless, it would hold relevance in today's internet.

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73 (edited by SillyPeruvian 2017-04-24 02:01:19)

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Ugh. I was not aware DNSSEC needs constant re-keying.
I don't know how to go about it with powerdns and it's pretty much a dealbreaker. I may have to use a bind backend... except I don't know shit about how bind works. I have tried but it's Chinese to me, whereas powerdns is easy to configure and maintain.


If anyone knows how to or any ideas for me, I would appreciate that a lot.

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Still looking for help. In the meantime:


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