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General Support / exim4
« Last post by Gordon on January 13, 2019, 01:59:25 PM »
Hi Folks

I would just like to start a big THANK YOU to all the VSIDO team

right I haven't been on for a long time so I hope I am in the right place for this

I have just upgraded to 4.19.0-1 and while doing the general upgrade I got this error message

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config error line 833 of /var/lib/exim4/config.autogenerated.tmp
option "hosts_try_dane
sub error /usr/bin/dpkg error (1)

it doesn't seem to have stopped anything working

Greetings PackRat: Thank you, been doing great and winter is my favorite time of year. Don't recieve the cold blast quite as severe as the folks in the north but can stay below freezing for extended periods and winds quite brutal at times. Being retired, pick and chose when to got out, going to bed and getting up when I want has ruined me!   :-[

VSIDO is my only favorite Debian now, ventured into using VOID and very impressed with it! Devuan has been a really good choice for me!  :P

Take care out in the weather!



good to know.

hope it's all going well for you.
Hello Vger, haven't been on FB since yesterday but happy you posted here! (come by every day) :D
Know how things can be with priorities, certainly, hope you do well and get a break to rest. Have stepped away from things I have enjoyed in the past to simply put priorities and family in a true perspective. When I do get back to other things I enjoy is just more appreciated!  :)

Things at Devuan has been great, growing pains are expected and not critical of the dev's/VUA's! But it is much like working and using Debian Wheezy. Right now using Devuan CROWZ 4.19 Beowulf/Ceres and everything simply just works nicely including slim as display manager.

If you ever think moving over you can be assured will be happy to assist you in any form, know Ozi would do the same! :)

Take care and avoid the nasty weather, not sure what state you reside but it's gonna be nasty up north!  :(

...and hello to all the folks in the VSIDO forum!  8)



Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2019 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by jedi on January 12, 2019, 06:20:24 AM »
Oh yeah...

Happy New Year to you all!!!  I've been less chained to the computer than in the past, but with current weather the way it is that is about to change I think.  :)
Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2019 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by jedi on January 12, 2019, 06:13:37 AM »
Yes I know it isn't proof, however the winter warning calls for -30 by 10am EST.  -10F currently here in the frozen tundra.  The armpit of earth.  The end of the world.  (you can really see it from here)

If your wondering at my desktop look, if it aint broke don't fix it!  VSIDO is still indestructible...  Just lost my 109 day uptime status building new kernel.  Oh well.
Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2019 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by jedi on January 12, 2019, 05:53:39 AM »
Wow.  Supposed to see -30F tonight in windchill up here in the "Great White North".  (not sure what the real temp will be)  So much snow.  I can't believe I'm even alive at this point.   :D

Don't really use conky much anymore so no good weather displays to show you...  Take my word for it, it is bitter cold up here right now!
VSIDO News & Announcements / APRIL 2018 last ISO?!?! What the hell happened to VastOne
« Last post by VastOne on January 12, 2019, 03:28:04 AM »
Hello all.. I wanted to share with everyone a discussion in chat I had with Zephyr.. This is it

Hello  Zephyr..! I am well and thank you for asking.. I am working nearly 7 days a week and although it is good to be working again it exhausts me.. I am doing more physical work now than I have ever done.. I am all right but it takes just about all my time..

The real issue with VSIDO is not so much lack of time or effort, it is/was with Debian
About 6 months ago I lost a HD that basically took me out for about a week.. No big deal, I just let VSIDO builds get away from me.. that week turned into a month and when I did try to start with the rebuilds Debian had so much crap that they were including (GCC 5,6,7,8) it caused the ISO to balloon to 400 MB more than when I was up to date.. It pissed me off, but I have started from ground zero before and was happy to do that.. that is about the time that my work started 6-7 days a week plus all my responsibilities here taking care of my invalid mother..

Needless to say I have not had the time, I do want to and will get back to rebuilding VSIDO again but I need some time to do that.. when I do get that time, rest assured, VSIDO will rock once again

Apologies to all in not talking about this sooner but in some ways I actually did need a break

Thanks for understanding


Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2019 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by ozitraveller on January 03, 2019, 08:39:06 PM »
Happy New everbody! :)

A little too toasty here today though! :) 42C!
I've Got a Life / Re: Merry Christmas 2018
« Last post by jedi on January 02, 2019, 09:12:18 PM »
Hope all of you had great holidays!  Sorry to be so absent lately...   :'(  (like a year)  ???
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