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25 Nov 2022
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@bettyvschmartz:matrix.orgbettyvschmartzHi guys, odd request but is there a way to tell grub to fallback if luks/cryptdevice holding rootfs isn't available? I.e. tell it second, third, etc cryptdevice to try for rootfs?18:14:58
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@iam_tj:matrix.orgiam_tj bettyvschmartz: yes, via the grub.cfg script you can embed in grub core, but you'd need to manually add that - distro scripts do not provide a way 19:45:03
@bettyvschmartz:matrix.orgbettyvschmartz
In reply to @iam_tj:matrix.org
bettyvschmartz: yes, via the grub.cfg script you can embed in grub core, but you'd need to manually add that - distro scripts do not provide a way
In the end it was fine because all of the luks devices are in crypttab. So the cryptdevice line to the grub command line could be deleted and it would still be able to access the rootfs ๐Ÿ‘
19:50:42
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyxHello, i have a problem with connecting to wi-fi. Same wi-fi works fine on my phone but when i connect with debian laptop i cannot ping or connect to website in browser21:59:19
@par:nitro.chatpar what does ping 9.9.9.9 say? 23:19:06
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyx
In reply to @par:nitro.chat
what does ping 9.9.9.9 say?
โ€œping: connect: Network is unreachableโ€
23:37:12
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyxI cannot even ping my router23:38:21
@par:nitro.chatparWell you have bigger problems then.23:38:36
@par:nitro.chatpar What does ip a say? 23:38:55
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@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyxRoute -n is empty23:42:06
@par:nitro.chatpar Not a fan of ipv6.
Start with sudo dhclient then search about resolv.conf and NetworkManager
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@par:nitro.chatparCheck if systemd network service is running23:42:43
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyxI run sudo dhclient, did not work23:43:36
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyxOne more thing, i can connect to phone hotspot so the issue is only with this wifi23:47:57
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyxAnd it worked fine yesterday, stopped working today23:49:02
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyx
In reply to @par:nitro.chat
Check if systemd network service is running
It was not running so i started it but it did not fix the issue
23:51:43
@xzoeyx:matrix.orgxzoeyx
In reply to @par:nitro.chat
what does ping 9.9.9.9 say?
It says destination host unreachable now
23:54:18
26 Nov 2022
@russell:simopolis.xyzrussell 08:24:39
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@par:nitro.chatpar
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It says destination host unreachable now
Are other devices able to connect to said wifi and reach some network address?
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@iam_tj:matrix.orgiam_tj xzoeyx: what service is responsible for connecting to WiFi? Is it NetworkManager? Your 1st steps should be to confirm that and examine the logs to verify that the wifi link is actually connecting successfully. E.g: "nmcli con" to list the connections and show which, if any, is connected. If still using ifupdown (/etc/network/interfaces config) then maybe it is using the wpa_supplicant service directly to make the Wifi connection, and therefore its logs "journalctl -u wpa_supplicant". No IP configuration will succeed if WiFi layer is failing on some way 11:51:39
@privacyaware:digitale-gesellschaft.chprivacyaware xzoeyx What does cat /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf show? 18:27:33

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