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Month: August 2019

Re: [trinity-users] Just had a reason to reboot one of my machines remotely.

From: "Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <office@...>
Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2019 10:21:56 +0200
Blind guess: you are using debian, systemd killed sshd 'cause ssh did not get enough random data ... guess you run it on a rpi? 


Anno domini 2019 Thu, 8 Aug 03:32:14 -0400
 Gene Heskett scripsit:
> Greetings;
> And I had just had it update everything, 162 of the 165 packages being 
> from TDE.
> From here, all indications of an extended to 20 minutes e2fsck or 
> something. No response to a ping, no response to an attempted ssh -Y 
> alias login.  So I slip on a t-shirt and stumble out to the machine at 
> 3AM, to be greeted by its own login greeter. So I logged in, all normal.
> And now that I'm logged in there, everything else is also working 
> normally.
> So its own login has been moved up early so nothing in the way of 
> services is running until after the local login.
> This. to be blunt, is a disaster for the way I have normally worked to 
> maintain these machines for over a decade.
> Can this be unfixed? Its a right pain in the ass to be locked out of a 
> machine because the local login hasn't been done.
> Cheers, Gene Heskett

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