[GLLUG] Systemd on Debian

2020-05-22 Thread Chris Bell via GLLUG
Hello, Systemd attempts to rule the world of Debian Buster. Many options are available to match individual requirements, although only a small number may be required. man systemd.network says __ [IPV6ADDRESSLABEL] SECTION OPTIONS

[GLLUG] How worried should I be ...

2020-05-22 Thread Alain D D Williams via GLLUG
The message below was put to all login sessions this morning. I have never seen this before. There is nothing more in /var/log/messages. The machine is 8 years old, always switched on, AMD 8150 Eight-Core Processor. Should I take this as a warning and look to replace the machine or just shrug my

Re: [GLLUG] How worried should I be ...

2020-05-22 Thread Andy Smith via GLLUG
Hello, On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 04:37:57PM +0100, Alain D D Williams via GLLUG wrote: > Should I take this as a warning and look to replace the machine or just shrug > my > shoulders & mutter something about cosmic rays ? > > Message from syslogd@mint at May 22 07:27:09 ... > kernel:[Hardware

Re: [GLLUG] How worried should I be ...

2020-05-22 Thread Martin A. Brooks via GLLUG
On 2020-05-22 16:37, Alain D D Williams via GLLUG wrote: The message below was put to all login sessions this morning. I have never seen this before. There is nothing more in /var/log/messages. You probably have faulty RAM. Run memtest. -- GLLUG mailing list GLLUG@mailman.lug.org.uk

Re: [GLLUG] How worried should I be ...

2020-05-22 Thread James Courtier-Dutton via GLLUG
On Fri, 22 May 2020 at 16:38, Alain D D Williams via GLLUG wrote: > > The message below was put to all login sessions this morning. I have never > seen > this before. There is nothing more in /var/log/messages. > > The machine is 8 years old, always switched on, AMD 8150 Eight-Core Processor. >

Re: [GLLUG] How worried should I be ...

2020-05-22 Thread Chris Bell via GLLUG
On Friday, 22 May 2020 16:37:57 BST Alain D D Williams via GLLUG wrote: > The message below was put to all login sessions this morning. I have never > seen this before. There is nothing more in /var/log/messages. > > The machine is 8 years old, always switched on, AMD 8150 Eight-Core > Processor.

Re: [GLLUG] Systemd on Debian

2020-05-22 Thread Andy Smith via GLLUG
Hi, On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 04:57:15PM +0100, Chris Bell via GLLUG wrote: > Systemd attempts to rule the world of Debian Buster. The usual way to define your network in Debian is still ifupdown as configured by /etc/network/interfaces so it seems to me that you are the one choosing to use