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  • Automatic Linux Update: OpenSSH CVE-2024-6387

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    @nebulon Thanks to you and @girish for explaining this.

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    @gerard said in Restore v7.7.2 (Ubuntu 22.04) backup to v8.0.0 (Ububtu 24.04) system:

    The release notes state an "initial support for 24.04" that doesn't sound like it's fully supported yet.

    It should mostly work but we are just being a bit cautious here 🙂 There's a limit to how many VPSs we can test the installation on. We tested on the popular ones and seems to work, but one never knows.

    The upgrade path for you would be to upgade to v8. Then later in 2-3 weeks time when v8 is considered more stable, you can migrate to a fresh ubuntu 24 with cloudron backups.

  • Ubuntu-server 24.04

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    @alwi said in Ubuntu-server 24.04:

    pardon. https://gnulinux.ch/windows-11-produktschluessel

    Um, that's irrelevant, the correct link was https://gnulinux.ch/cloudron-1-einfuehrung

  • Cannot update Cloudron, problem with GRUB

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    Thanks, it's solved. No disk wasn't changed. It's running on AWS.

  • Security update of the machine's Ubuntu

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    You can also check apt list --upgradable | grep security if those are actually security updates.

  • Can I install cloudron on Ubuntu 23.10?

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    @girish Thanks for the quick reply, 👍.

    In case anyone else needs this on 22.04, I followed these steps and was able to get the system to boot with full disk encrypted drive with the private key coming from the tpm and no password needing to be typed.

    I don't think this uses the same libraries as the new option in 23.10 so I expect that when 24.04 comes out I will do a fresh OS install to use the better supported FDE TPM integration from that version going forward but as a stop gap I am happy with this for now.

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    @scooke said in Can't start upgrade from Ubuntu 20.04 to Ubuntu 22.0x because of "no development version of an LTS available" error:

    This has an interesting bit about the -d. https://askubuntu.com/questions/1412543/how-does-exactly-do-release-upgrade-d-work#:~:text=The command do-release-upgrade,version of an LTS available. .

    wow, great link.

    @robw I have fixed the guide to remove the -d flag. Thanks for reporting.

  • Can Cloudron be installed on Ubuntu 23.04?

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    This has not been tested by us at least and given that 23.04 is not an LTS there is probably no big rush if at all to support it.

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    Yes, anyone attempting the install, even locally, is useful to grab the log and get a sense of the changes and how the installer might need to be modified.

    So go ahead, even if it doesn't work, it's useful data.

    No fear!

  • Update Ubuntu

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    We can't change the doc page yet atleast until 7.5 is stable. Also, 18.04 is still supported to install pre-7.4 releases.

  • Debugging ubuntu security updates

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    girishG

    tl;dr - If you have the above problem apt install python3-magic . Then, run apt update . On another server, unattended-upgrades package was missing as well (!) Not sure how because Cloudron installs it at install time. So, install it and run unattended-upgrade -d.

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    @necrevistonnezr Thank you for your answere.
    I am just tryin to learn things step for step and take my time 🙂
    added you in discord 🙂

    Okay i never was been here before in this forum.
    this is sad what trolls are tryin

    i just here to improve my skills at the points where there are. clearly i am a little bit late with 29 to focus an such beginner things other learn with 15-19 but its never to late i guess 🙂

  • Upgrading to Ubuntu 22 - Recreating containers

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    @benborges Ah ok. Maybe you can wait for 7.3. Please update to that and try to update again and we can debug further. There are some cgroup v2 related fixes for Ubuntu 22 in 7.3 which affect docker container creation, it's possible you hit that case.

  • Submit Cloudron to Ubuntu for Publication

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    @bubonicfred said in Submit Cloudron to Ubuntu for Publication:

    You can install snapd on non-ubuntu systems. Though I have no idea if they have any advantage over flatpak or appimage.

    Yep, except it turns that we want to get away from snap instead of adopting it for some reasons mentioned here above, so well that's a choice 😉

  • Ubuntu Livepatch

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    @humptydumpty I think not - https://askubuntu.com/questions/844689/instance-with-canonical-livepatch-service-requires-restart

  • Nextcloud App "not responding" after upgrading to Ubuntu 22.04

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    @necrevistonnezr said in Nextcloud App "not responding" after upgrading to Ubuntu 22.04:

    EDIT: I guess that replacement should go into /home/yellowtent/box/src/infra_version.js - but after a restart of box, still not running...

    Yes, that's the correct place to fix it!

    I will add a warning to our docs that updating to ubuntu 22 when using FTS feature does not work out of the box / without patching until 7.3.

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    @robi said in Best way to update from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04?:

    one can use the -y option for apt to 'assume yes' to all prompts.

    this doesn't work with do-release-upgrade for whatever reason.

  • Trouble upgrading from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04

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    @girish perfect - that fixed that! now bumping to 7.2 - thanks mate

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    @girish it does, yes. They also have a KVM style one for their "elastic metal" service. I'll give this a try and report back. My main question is whether I can install the OS from an image or if I have to use one of theirs. Otherwise, I may have to find another host 🙂