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by kurotsugi
14 Jun 2019 08:37
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Improving DNS security and privacy and upcoming firefox/waterfox changes
Replies: 29
Views: 7275

Re: Firefox/waterfox and DoH - what default to choose?

it is available on about:config. well...at least for now :lol: network.trr.mode=0 will disable firefox DoH and it will use whatever in your system instead. since it's using the regular conf method, it's unlikely that someone will hack it. I do get that it should impact on the issue of mitm - but is ...
by kurotsugi
14 Jun 2019 06:22
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Improving DNS security and privacy and upcoming firefox/waterfox changes
Replies: 29
Views: 7275

Re: Firefox/waterfox and DoH - what default to choose?

AFAIK with DoH the security lies more on the site owner rather than either the browser nor the dns server. this "certificate" stuff should not confused with earlier firefox issue. some people actually prefer DoT instead of DoH since it retain all the control that we have. mozilla's decision to make ...
by kurotsugi
13 Jun 2019 21:57
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Improving DNS security and privacy and upcoming firefox/waterfox changes
Replies: 29
Views: 7275

Re: Firefox/waterfox and DoH - what default to choose?

someone actually already busted DoH :lol: there are three things, the address, the sign/certificate, and the content of message. both the address and the sign are on plain text so anyone actually could easily start from there. decrypting the packet is also possible. though, I never heard that someon...
by kurotsugi
13 Jun 2019 06:52
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Improving DNS security and privacy and upcoming firefox/waterfox changes
Replies: 29
Views: 7275

Re: Firefox/waterfox and DNSSEC - what default to choose?

no more blocking anything via host files or pihole I don't understand why DoH could interferee with the hosts file blocking mechanism. AFAIK the browser check that file first before anything else. did I missed something here? perhaps you were reading about DoH makes blocking impossible. I believe t...
by kurotsugi
13 Jun 2019 06:12
Forum: Bug Control
Topic: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google
Replies: 11
Views: 3397

Re: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google

nope. I think I understand it correctly :3 when someone without technical knowledge connect his device, he expect his device works OOTB. this is epecially true for a new linux user (which is one of our main market). even for someone with proper technical knowledge it's quite a long step to know whic...
by kurotsugi
13 Jun 2019 00:57
Forum: Bug Control
Topic: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google
Replies: 11
Views: 3397

Re: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google

that's good for some people like you and me but most people want things just works. I mean, it's called fallback for a reason :lol:
well...my personal choice would be:
1. empty
2. cloudfare
3. opendns
by kurotsugi
13 Jun 2019 00:40
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Improving DNS security and privacy and upcoming firefox/waterfox changes
Replies: 29
Views: 7275

Re: Firefox/waterfox and DNSSEC - what default to choose?

the technology seems good to me, at least on paper. that's it. regardless the technology you'll still need to "trust" on something. it could be either your vpn provider or your dns server. it might be better to put "trust" out of the discussion and only discuss objectively about what we know about t...
by kurotsugi
12 Jun 2019 01:33
Forum: Bug Control
Topic: Waterfox source
Replies: 9
Views: 3073

Re: Waterfox source

I've never heard that if someone create a package he's obliged to upload the source code. this responsibility usually fall to the one who modified the source code. I think ilu is right about it
by kurotsugi
12 Jun 2019 01:30
Forum: Bug Control
Topic: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google
Replies: 11
Views: 3397

Re: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google

last time I've heard that fedora/systemd is pushing internal resolver so I believe there won't be a radical decision soon. the fallback dns is set by "someone" to google just because they need something which nearly always work in all condition. AFAIK it should be harmless since the fallback dns onl...
by kurotsugi
09 Jun 2019 17:36
Forum: Bug Control
Topic: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google
Replies: 11
Views: 3397

Re: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google

perhaps we should hear other's opinion first. last time I've heard that redhat is pushing to local resolver so the problem AFAIK is a theorical problem. even if they use google dns instead, debian is conservative so it won't happened in debian realm soon. considering the timeline, we will have rough...
by kurotsugi
09 Jun 2019 10:54
Forum: Bug Control
Topic: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google
Replies: 11
Views: 3397

Re: systemd internal default resolver might leak to Google

I haven't followed systemd development recently but IIRC this mechanism is rarely used so it should not a major concern for most of us (i.e: it's not used unless there's no other conf). personally I prefer to not mess with resolver setting since it's kind of personal setting for most of us
by kurotsugi
28 May 2019 05:13
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]
Replies: 179
Views: 65549

Re: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]

I'd say it's quite a peaceful day for debian testing. I've created new thread for next testing here viewtopic.php?f=78&t=7539
by kurotsugi
28 May 2019 05:12
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]
Replies: 44
Views: 16266

Re: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]

#1
Ndiswrapper got removed. It should be no problem for most user but just in case if you're still using it, please refer to the breakage list above
by kurotsugi
28 May 2019 05:12
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]
Replies: 44
Views: 16266

Re: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]

CURRENT/ACTIVE ISSUES

#1
xfce cant resume the display after sleep on intel graphics. the workaround did exist. press ctrl+alt+F1 then ctrl+alt+F7 to trigger the display. this issue is missed from the QC from the last release
by kurotsugi
28 May 2019 05:12
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]
Replies: 44
Views: 16266

Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]

Here's the breakage and news tracker for debian testing (currently : bullseye) #Sat Aug 31 2019 10:18:34 PM WIB new xfce caused missing wallpapers due to new xfconf element https://forums.solydxk.com/viewtopic.php?f=78&t=7539#p70978 not a major issue but you'll need reconfigure your wallpaper to fix...
by kurotsugi
21 May 2019 21:11
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: problem with gdebi (SolydX, ee) [SOLVED]
Replies: 31
Views: 7985

Re: problem with gdebi (SolydX, ee)

gdedebi is redundant and buggy. I thougt it was obsolete but perhaps I'm wrong. it's just a front end so it doesn't really matter. you can use dpkg for that purpose
by kurotsugi
21 May 2019 21:06
Forum: Installation
Topic: New installation
Replies: 9
Views: 3425

Re: New installation

the linux structure actually made for modularity so actually there's no harm splitting everything under root. it actually common practice during early days when disk capacity is severely limited. though, it's not practical in nowadays. the one grow fastest would be /var and /tmp. the other folder mi...
by kurotsugi
21 May 2019 04:38
Forum: Installation
Topic: New installation
Replies: 9
Views: 3425

Re: New installation

I'm assuming that you're using a laptop. if that true....you can also buy this stuff and simply move everything in sda6 to the new hdd/ssd
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfJmMzz9L7Y
by kurotsugi
19 May 2019 21:44
Forum: Installation
Topic: New installation
Replies: 9
Views: 3425

Re: New installation

my bad...it should be use 7 as / and 5 as /home. mint solydxk installation will eat ~6gb. you might think 10gb is enough but after a while, package cache will eat another ~3gb. you'll run out of space quite soon. hence, we suggested to merge 7 and 8 if you're not using hibernation

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