I just lost my entire $HOME while deleting a stretch lxd container that was acting up using lxc delete. An entire 6 or 7 minutes of work since the last backup. Disastrous.
Videos/ is not part of the backup, but neither are my maildirs, so I might be replying to emails via gmail web interface in the next hours - borg is fairly slow at restoring.
To run a Debian container with AppArmor under Ubuntu, you need to comment out the features-file= in /etc/apparmor/parser.conf, otherwise most apparmor profiles fail with cryptic error messages.
That said, AppArmor profiles are not loaded at container boot anyway, whereas aa-enforce and aa-complain still load them, which seems like a bug.
There's not much point in encrypted DNS for privacy. Remember that clients will send the full hostname you are connecting as part of connecting anyway, for server name indication (SNI).
We should aim to get rid of SNI, on IPv6. There are plenty of addresses around for each server name to get its own one.
DNS66 0.6.0 preview 1 is out on xda
Please test. be aware that the signing key changed, as I don't have access to the previous one atm.
So I'm having two issues with my #Android app in Pie.
1. The status bar is now always white for the activity using android.support.design.widget.AppBarLayout
2. startForeground(int, notification) does not always show the notification anymore. Not sure what to do.
So, it seems there'll be a Michelle Yeoh Section 31 spin off from Star Trek Discovery.
@rhonda If you believe those people making DC's Titans, there are traffic signs showing 8xxx kms, and gas station are called "Petrol Bahnhof"
This elephant guy looks interesting #TheOrville
Oh hello John #TheOrville - to many Trek doctors in one episode.
Oh I just love Kermit the Frog #TheOrville
Oh hello Robert picardo #TheOrville
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