[01:41:32] <irc> <profetik777> so, have a home server using ports 443 and 80
<irc> <profetik777> and it seems that my yunohost on raspberry pi isn't working bc something else is using it. so can't get to my nohost.me yunohost sub-domain
<irc> <profetik777> anyone can help me sort this out?
<irc> <jeroen[m]1> <Guillermo[m] "Merci dreamer et Gilou je vais r"> je suis très content de postmarkapp.com (bon équilibre prix/volume)
<irc> <dreamer> doesn't get why he keeps getting useless highlights ..
<irc> <jeroen[m]1> Hey everyone, heads up we've just released Synapse v1.15.1 to fix a couple of bugs related to auth providers and management of email addresses and phone numbers! See the changelog for more details: https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/releases/tag/v1.15.1
<irc> <jeroen[m]1> The Debian/Ubuntu packages should be available in the next few hours. 🙂
<irc> <jeroen[m]1> sometimes is lagging a little bit a good thing ;)
<irc> <jeroen[m]1> (lagging on releases)
<arkadione> Stupid question, but in basic yunohost xmpp setup, is it normal to have conversations disconnect behind restrictive routers?
<arkadione> *conversations xmpp app
<irc> <JornStian> hmm... I've ran the upgrade procedure from the web-interface and had it crash during the upgrade. however apt/dpkg isn't broken but yunohost thinks it is... are there any way to have it recheck?
<irc> <JornStian> "Error: You cannot do this right now because dpkg/APT (the system package managers) seems to be in a broken state… You can try to solve this issue by connecting through SSH and running `sudo apt install --fix-broken` and/or `sudo dpkg --configure -a`."
<irc> <JornStian> neither command results in any chance to packages installed
<irc> <Aleks_> JornStian: well does they say anything in particular ?
<irc> <JornStian> Aleks_: just that no packages have been upgraded and everything's fine
<irc> <JornStian> "0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded."
<irc> <JornStian> apt seems fine, it's just yunohost that's complaining
<irc> <Aleks_> mokay, does "dpkg --audit" says anything in particular?
<irc> <JornStian> yes indeed, found the issue! I'd installed a package with "foreign" architecture and that was unknown to apt