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result of command "sudo lshw -C network"


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I can confirm this bug. Faced same issue and It's not wiring problem, it's problem of r8169 driver that appeared recent update. I think they have already found a bug in this module https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/2/21/161 A temporary fix could be building original realtek driver (r8168) and replace current r8169 with it. ...


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I found the config in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ edited it with GEdit and restored the broken line [802-3-ethernet] duplex=full mac-address=F0:DE:F1:XX:XX:XX [connection] id=Wired connection 1 uuid=5872a1e2-fe69-4158-aa49-844d309f91a8 type=802-3-ethernet timestamp=1424948640 [ipv6] method=auto [ipv4] method=auto I restored the MAC address ...


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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 ...


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Have you set a crt file. Under VPN settings you may need a certificate from your vpn server. You can usually download them from your provider.


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You can't. There maybe will be Hotplug Support in Ubuntu 15.04 , but today you can just reboot. Lets hope this feature makes it to the release ;-)


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I am an end-user not technician, however by experience I have come to believe that print jobs are delivered in packets. It seems the initial packet is delivered but not the next. I believe that is why I get prints to start. This is print spooling? Can I configure to somehow connect the packets?



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