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If you are using network-manager, the location of the connections is: /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ You will find all the Wired and Wireless connections here, you can modify or delete any connection if you want. After making any change run sudo service network-manager restart.


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When you set a static IP address, you must also set DNS nameservers.I suggest you amend /etc/network/interfaces to: # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5). # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface auto ...


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So basically your internal WiFi card is broken, and you have no Ethernet cable and the new WiFi dongle you bought needs drivers downloaded from the Internet, but your crappy iPhone doesn't have an SD card so files downloaded cannot be easily transferred... The only solution I see is downloading the drivers on the iPhone and sending it through BlueTooth to ...


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You can try using this program Traffic monitor applet for GNOME The only easy solutions is that each player has installed this applet, and have a look every week. There'are professional solutions as a netflow analizers for accounting all of your traffic, but isn't easy solution. In all of cases you will need a server, and I think isn't a communal residence ...


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I'd comment, except all my rep is wrapped up in a bounty. Do you have a NAS (network attached storage, e.g. external hard drive plugged into your router)? Net Disk is a brand of those and it is somehow possible that your port 80 (http) is being routed to it for some reason. Try going to an https site (e.g. https://news.google.com/) and see if you have the ...


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The problem is most likely caused by using unetbootin or the Universal-USB-Installer. EFI booting has complicated the installation procedure and these utilities are known to sometimes have problems creating an-EFI installer correctly. There's really no longer any reason not to simply use dd to create the USB installer, especially since you already have a ...


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You need to edit the file /etc/network/interfaces To get more info, you can visit Network Configuration To list all your available interfaces, you can use the command sudo ifconfig -a



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