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Your question is very vague. Please tell which part are you stuck on ? However, these tips might come in handy. 1) Connect the ethernet wire to your system ( and I'm assuming you have one) and then on the top bar (if you're using Unity) click on the network icon and a list should appear. Click on your ethernet connection and enter the details to connect to ...


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Run in terminal sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi-opt.conf <<< "options iwlwifi 11n_disable=1" and reboot.


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On Trusty 14.04 I had problems making http://ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/ALPHA/freetds/stable/freetds-stable.tgz when I tried to run a tsql command, I found out tsql can be installed via apt: $ sudo apt-get install freetds-bin


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you have to up your Ethernet port then it will show . press Ctrl Alt T and run command sudo ifconfig eth0 up or sudo ifup eth0 also enable wired connection and Networking from network manager to get Internet. if you still face problem then open file /etc/network/interfaces using sudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces add line auto eth0 iface eth0 ...


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For those of you who want to use Facebook Chat in Pidgin, there's a new plugin which makes this possible, called purple-facebook. To install purple-facebook in Ubuntu, Linux Mint and derivatives, you can use its official repository. To add the repository and install the plugin, use the following commands: sudo sh -c "echo 'deb ...


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A good way to fix this would be to install Blueman Bluetooth Manager.After you installed it If you however happen to get the "Connection Failed: Stream setup failed".Then do this fix I found from tuxdiary.com: 1.Edit /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf and uncomment the following line: AutoConnect=true 2.Run the following command to install latest packages for ...


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Sure, that's possible. You can use your system on any network.


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See this answer: Minecraft with OpenJDK 7, I get "the trustAnchors parameter must be non-empty" Short version: sudo update-ca-certificates -f


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Problem solved. It was because of a proxy that was set for getting apt updates. I had once set it while using an office WiFi. So deleted the file in /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/02proxy.


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From what is see from your screen-shots, you have your wireless connection off, you have to turn it on before making it a Hotspot. Creating a Wi-Fi Hotspot from setting only worked in Ubuntu gnome for me. but there is another way to do it. Go to a terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T and copy past this into it: sudo apt-get install kde-nm-connection-editor ...


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Your server's boot disk is damaged. Boot from a recovery environment (CD or managed), log in as root and start: fsck -C -M /dev/sda1 fsck -C -M /dev/sda2


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Here's how to execute the file. Download the file to your home directory: wget http://dc589.2shared.com/download/LXTLE23M/IntexModem.zip?tsid=20150809-105316-637ae546 Rename the file, unzip the file, and delete the zipped archive: mv "IntexModem.zip?tsid=20150809-105316-637ae546" modem.zip unzip modem.zip rm modem.zip Create an alias for the file: ...


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if it zero cd modem you can use it by using simple a tricks, that currently i am using. open terminal atrl+t and write sudo eject /dev/sr0 after that you will found your modem on network connection tools. configure it using your own career settings. or you can simply use gdebi package installer. open terminal and type sudo apt-get insall gdebi after ...



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