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2:57 AM
@vidarlo Congrats to you both! Children and grandchildren bring light into the world :)
@vidarlo Great work, above my head but I have added some votes in there for such a comprehensive and well considered question and answer...
 
 
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5:35 AM
@andrew.46 yeah...
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Q: What is the network policy regarding AI Generated content?

PhilippeEarlier this week, Stack Exchange released guidance to moderators on how to moderate AI Generated content. What does this guidance include?

 
5:49 AM
@ArturMeinild It's 1450B on mine... :)
Or rather: IPv6 is clamped at 1450B, as I use Hurricane Electric tunnel for IPv6
There's reasons for going with different MTU's but in that case all devices should have equal MTU, and there's usually a reason for it.
 
@vidarlo Ok I don't know anything about IPv6, so maybe that's a reasonable exception..
In any case, mixing in PPPoE with WiFi certainly seems unsubstantiated - I've never even heard PPPoE before since the late 90's where it was used for dial-up internet connections. 😅
 
6:06 AM
:(
Basically running a tunnel - so IPv6 packets are encapsulated. In theory that should be handled by Path MTU discovery, but a certain large norewegian website has path MTU completely broken for IPv6
And I rely on IPv6 for turning on the lights at home :\
 
 
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1:36 PM
@vidarlo I am so used to that sort of replies :'-)
@ArturMeinild Nice! Are you on any chess website?
 
2:14 PM
@Error404 Not at all.. 😬
 
 
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3:59 PM
Hi all, just posted a question I was able to get answer to from superuser.com, it's to do with keyboard inputs, so not ubuntu specific https://askubuntu.com/questions/1470148/how-can-i-produce-a-backslash-on-a-lenovo-x260-keyboard

Better to delete it or post a link to superuser.com and summary of the solution for completeness here?
 
 
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6:53 PM
@StuperUser providing an answer with a link to the SU post that helped you, as you did, is the best choice, so thank you for doing that! :)
 

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