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Make sure your laptop does not have a hardware button for turning off your wireless. you can also check in BIOS if it is disabled. otherwise I sometimes have problem with network in ubunut, and then I simply use the "debian" ways, e.g. edit pico /etc/networking/interfaces and use tools such as ifup eth0 or ifconfig to setup and test network ...
Your machine has a local IP address, if you want to access it from the internet you have to do a Static Port Mapping or Static Nating. the best way to do that is from your router if it support static/custom port mapping by do the following forward 192.168.0.33 port 23 to 23 and then you can access your server from your public IP address. these are ...
The simplest thing to do and which doesn't seem to have been suggested yet, is to open Additional Drivers (jockey-gtk), and check if you can install the proprietary drivers for your wireless card (if any). Then I would suggest a precautionary reboot. If it still doesn't work, right-click NetworkManager ensure that Enable Wireless is checked. If it still ...
maybe you should try connecting using manual method, sudo iwlist wlan0 scan - to scan for any AP sudo iwconfig wlan0 essid "ssid" sudo iwconfig wlan0 key "password" sudo dhclient wlan0 - configure the network / obtaining ip address
you can't do this with ssh cause ssh is just another Protocol to just do remote Login on a System over a Terminal/Console just like telnet. What you're looking for is VNC. 2 Things needed 1st the VNC Server Service/Function must be activated/running on the Mac Server and 2nd You need a VNC Client on your local PC.
I think This Link may help you Ex: export http_proxy='http://ict.student:firstname.lastname@example.org:80/' or export http_proxy='http://mahe%5Cict%2Estudent:email@example.com:80/' I don't know which is the correct one
Can try nmap ip_address_of server from cilent also check firewall on server sudo ufw status
I was getting this error while executing 'brew update' in my command line (terminal): fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/': SSLRead() return error -36 Error: Failure while executing: git pull -q origin refs/heads/master:refs/remotes/origin/master I also noticed that none of my browsers were able to connect to the github.com ...
Firebird port is closed by default You need to modify RemoteBindAddress in /etc/firebird/2.5/firebird.conf from RemoteBindAddress = localhost to RemoteBindAddress = also telnet neets to be for port 3050 telnet localhost 3050 more about securing firebird on ubuntu ...
Just to add a non-default answer, this can also happen if your computer has a hardware ON/OFF switch for the Wi-Fi interface. If you have such a "killswitch", ensure that you haven't accidentally turned the interface off
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