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Try this and reboot echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=N ips=N" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf as this will disable some of the power management of the card and usually helps This was found http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2243691&p=13119513#post13119513 Varunendra is very good troubleshooting the realtek cards
Look at the context of the file and find a line that says Exec=Teletalk_3G and change it to Exec=gksudo "Teletalk_3G" Now you can find this Teletalk_3G entry in the menu->Internet->Teletalk 3G. Run from there and connect to internet. N.B: It will ask for root password every time you run it. Installing in Ubuntu 64 bit: You first need to install ia32-libs ...
Wild guess here that the client may be not adding the DNS server when configuring the manual IP. On a separate note, I'd ask the client why does s/he wants to use manual IP if the automatic one is working. Getting the network setup by DHCP is both easier for the client and the network administrator (supposing all the admin has set everything up correctly)
Finally we found out the reason: The problem was that on migration the file containing our DNS-SERVERS was overwritten by Wmvare. Meaning that even though the servers were duplicates the IP for our DNS-servers was changed.. We had no reason to suspect this as it should have been full copy of functioning server
At first you need to know the IP addresses (try ifconfig or ip addr show or any other method) of the laptops lets say Laptop A's IP is "192.168.1.4" and Laptop B's IP is "192.168.1.5". To do ssh from A to B and vice versa you need to install the ssh server on both laptops by following command: sudo apt-get install openssh-server As client is automatically ...
I solved the problem by removing the bridge I had created and starting over. For anyone else wanting to do the same thing, this is what I did. Connect the ethernet cord to both computers. In Windows go to the network and sharing center, click on the wireless connection you are using, click properties, then sharing, then check the box that says "allow other ...
Just a nugget of knowledge: OSX for MAC is based off Darwin, which is a distribution of Linux. So the commands and the like are similar to each other. Try that way of thinking to see if you can refine your approach to your problem. Hope it helps.
I had a similar problem with a 3g modem (USB modem). When using a different modem, same brand, the problem disappeared. Whenever I used the defective modem it worked for a while then started to fail with same symptoms, after few days the modem broke completely, I finally replace it, and the problem solved completely.
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