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revised Console session logging on problems
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comment Trouble with dns and debian update
Use archive.debian.org. That's where old Debian dists go to die. Or at least sit in perpetuity. And remember, you're never getting another security update until you upgrade to something current.
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accepted How can I apt-pin stable?
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answered nagios check_crash || how to detect when a server has crashed and rebooted?
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comment How can I apt-pin stable?
@ShaneMadden btw, realized I might have misread your comment: the default is 990 since they're in the target release. It just isn't getting overridden by the preferences file. But the preferences file is overriding the priority for testing (500 -> -10).
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comment How can I apt-pin stable?
@ShaneMadden nope, still nonexistent :(
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comment No MX record found for mail.mydomain.com
The second paragraph is completely unrelated. It is also expected behavior; this is called an "open relay". Normally you'd require some kind of authentication for any external access, and possibly internal access. Most properly configured mail servers will mark your fake emails as spam, since they see that you're not the domain of the sender and you have nothing showing legitimacy.
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asked How can I apt-pin stable?