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I had a similar problem when I installed to a laptop. I ended up booting Windows to turn on the WiFi and then installing Ubuntu which then recognized it and installed the drivers. My laptop was a Dell.


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I suggest installing a dkms driver from ppa. You need to connect to internet by wire and run these commands in terminal. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtl8192cu-dkms If you do not have internet connection, you can install it this way. Download dkms and rtl8192cu-dkms. You can use another ...


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If you are loooking for a list of ports you can use: netstat -tupn | grep -E ":(22|80|8000) .*" or netstat -tupn | grep -E ":(22|80|8000) .*ESTABLISHED"


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nmcli -t -f NAME connection show --active -t Makes the output 'terse' so no headers -f NAME Shows only the ssid --active Shows only the active connections


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Robots trying to guess your password. When you have public IP and running service on open port, they are trying all the time. If you are not specially targeted and have reasonably strong passwords or disabled password authentication, they are harmless. It is just eating your processor time. You can fight with this by hiding your service to different port, ...


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This looks like repeated attempts to log in as the root user via ssh, whether it's a real person or a bot is not clear, or particularly relevant. Reverse checking the IP shows that it's coming from Russia. It's not a good idea to be able to ssh into your system as root for precisely this reason. Of course, if you've already denied access, or not activated ...


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Yes if your having trouble usually doing , sudo sh ~/Downloads/crouton -n trusty -u and/or u can powerwash your Chromebook and reinstall again



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