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You can call it from the file /etc/rc.local. You can either add the lines to that file or call the script there. Whatever you choose you have to add it above the line 'exit 0'. BTW: I suggest you add a wait command after the first network restart because it can take a few seconds for the network to start. If the ping comes to early you can get an incorrect ...


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Ok.. The problem came from the autologin. It was (visibly) too fast. I disabled it and wait for the first wifi connection and this problem disappears. I hope this will help someone else.


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Plug the output of the Ubuntu box into the input of the wireless router. Consider the wireless router's broadcasted network a broadcast of the Ubuntu box as any connections made to that network will be served by the Ubuntu computer. Also, many wireless routers offer the option of either serving DHCP within the network or having DHCP handled outside the ...


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Yes it is possible to make Ubuntu Router; and to have it a part of the network however in order to do this you would need to setup your Ubuntu Router in this order. Internet -> Ubuntu Router -> Computers / Connecting Devices Unless you have another compatible router which allows a remote DHCP server however the one explained above is the simplest (I would ...


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here it is: cat /etc/resolv.conf but do not edit this file


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Were you able to get this resolved? I struggled with this as well. I had it finally working with a SSSD-LDAP client installed, both on the LTSP server and in the CHROOTed environment. I also ensured that pam_mkhomedir.so was loaded in /etc/pam.d/common.session


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Solved, the issue was due to the wrong IP-helper in Cisco core switches. Many thanks



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