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This is a confirmed bug in Xenial Xerus (16.04). Same error persists for me. I tried installing the ms-fonts separately using the command line which also failed. But installing by downloading the packages from the Internet through browser is possible. For the bug tracking and the solution for the bug can be tracked through the thread link below. The bug is ...


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https://github.com/pvaret/rtl8192cu-fixes try this. Its working for me.


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Another tool that you might want to employ is iperf. You can use this to determine if the local networking is killing your throughput. A reference is located at: https://iperf.fr/. You can simply generate high bandwidth loads and then check what that actual reported throughput is. If you have two nodes you can do the following check. First run sudo lshw -c ...


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I have a similar problem.I use wired 802.1x auth wich works fine with ubuntu 14.04 and 12.04 .In 16.04 works only if i write in clear text the password (password='mypassword') in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/myconn.


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There is a typo in Jiang Junyu's answer, but it works anyway. auth="MSCHAPV2" network={ key_mgmt=IEEE8021X eap=PEAP phase2="auth=MSCHAPV2" identity="youridentity" password="yourpassword" }


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I finally solved my issue. I went with the sudo nautilus in etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-bcm43.conf And then I deleted some lines of drivers that were blacklisted. In my case I removed the b43, b43firmware and b44. One reboot later, I got my wired connection back. But still don't know why bcmwl blacklisted these drivers ...


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You'll need to add a route to 10.0.0.0/8: route add -net 10.0.0.0 netmask 255.0.0.0 gw 10.73.9.1 dev em2 (untested) To make it permanent add it to your interfaces config in the em2 section: up route add -net 10.0.0.0 netmask 255.0.0.0 gw 10.73.9.1 dev em2 Just for understanding: Your computer knows where to send packets in your local net. For everything ...


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I use conky for this purpose. It shows live information about all the interfaces on your computer. This is a screeshot from my computer and as you can see on the right side(the red and green graphs) are all the interfaces my PC has. You can install conky with sudo apt-get install conky


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If you use the command route there will be and entry in the table with the value 'Default' or '0.0.0.0' as destination field, then the 'Iface' field will be the interface (Ethernet or wifi) your computer is using to reach the internet. Example: $ route -n Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface ...


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First you need to check that if your wireless adapter is recognized properly or not ? This command will list all the network cards in your computer. There should be one with Ethernet interface for normal LAN and other should be wireless interface # lshw -C network *-network description: Ethernet interface product: ...


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Use a USB external WiFi adapter until the problem is solved. It should definitely connect. If it does, lets get started. Most probably, the issue is with firmware. Try installing ath10k firmware using the following commands(exactly) in the terminal: sudo apt-get install git git clone https://github.com/sumdog/ath10k-firmware.git cd ath10k-firmware/ath10k ...


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There should be Network or internet connection option in top panel (generally right side). Also Check if the wifi is enabled or not in settings or using a wifi enabling switch (generally on laptop). Also you can try to connect your pc to a wired connection and download latest updates and also if a proprietary driver is available (check from settings in ...


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The problem was my ethernet adapter was not being driven at all. I found that the realtek site only offered drivers for linux kernels 3.x or older so I installed 14.04 and installed the driver and its online now.


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Change the "Network Adapter" to bridged mode in Oracle's Ubuntu VM system settings. If you need to set the static IP of the VM: Change the "Network Adapter" to bridged mode in Oracle's Ubuntu VM system settings. Start Ububtu VM Type ifconfig ifconfig returns enp0s3 and lo, therefore, Type sudo ifconfig enp0s3 192.168.0.111 netmask 255.255.255.0 and you ...


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It is an argued question, but my opinion is that with 8 or more GB of RAM you don't need swap unless you use suspend to disk. If you are sure you need swap it should be at least the size of your RAM. I don't know if they are downloaded or installed from your installation media, but you can install them any time you want later from the corresponding packages ...


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The first thing to try in case of a failing network connection that does not lie outside the system is to restart the Network Manager service. On pre-systemd machines (like 14.04) the command is sudo service NetworkManager restart. On systemd machines you would do either systemctl restart NetworkManager or systemctl restart network-manager.


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I also have same problem. Strangely, the wired network won't work, while the wireless network can connect to a 802.1x network. Anyway, in my case, I can not fix it, but can workaround by modify the interface file Let the NetworkManager bypass the interface. In the /etc/network/interface file auto enp0s25 iface enp0s25 inet dhcp wpa-driver wired ...


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OK, I think I got it - my Auto Ethernet connection was set to Method "Automatic (DHCP)", and I noticed more-less by accident there is another option "Automatic (DHCP) addresses only", so I tried setting that: ... and finally, I can have both local Ethernet and broadband connections active - and I can access both local network addresses and Internet. Hope ...


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Your chipset from Realtek is badly supported, a quick Google search shows lots of similar problems under linux. A driver for your chipset is available on Github. You would need to download it and compile it yourself. Install build-essentials , download the zip archive and compile the driver in the rtl8188ee folder with the classic ./configure, make and ...


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This is and always will be a will guess without being on-site, but there here are some reasons that might prevent Ethernet to function properly. Windows driver for the card might be able to do some automagic to degrade the settings of your card. Or the card needs some poke to do the autonegotiation. The most obvious might be duplicate MAC addressed. ...


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It looks like your /etc/apt/sources.list file might have duplicate entries in from what I can see in the pastebin. I would manually remove the lines using a text editor like nano or gedit. And the failed to download repository information is being caused by having a non existant repository in the sources.list file - it looks like that the extras repository ...


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echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=0 swlps=0" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf solve all the problem


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Sounds like a DNS problem... Check if you are able to connect to your router IP. (if you can, it probably is) Check your ifconfig for DNS and Gateway info. If it is a DNS problem, recheck your network configuration on DHCP and/or use a static lan address with your router/dhcp server as 1st DNS, and other DNS servers following.


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I managed to make it work by adding a new dsl connection through sudo pppoeconf, and also making the same dsl connection in Network Connections, then running pon dsl-provider, then reboot.


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While a lot of times GUI would just work for most people, sometimes you will need to use the terminal (the black window where you can type commands) to fix problems. In general, no network can be because of several things. Do you have the proper driver installed. Run the following command and see if anything is returned. sudo lshw -class network Can the ...


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I know this comes in a little late but my guess is that you can do the following: edit /etc/network/interfaces auto venet 0:0 iface venet 0:0 inet static address XXX.XX.XXX.XXX netmask 255.XXX.XXX.XXX auto venet 0:1 iface venet 0:1 inet static address XXX.XX.XXX.XX1 netmask 255.XXX.XXX.XXX auto venet 0:2 iface venet 0:2 ...


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I have figured out the problem myself. I went into /etc/network/interfaces and below everything else I added: dns-nameservers 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4 To use Google's DNS servers. This seemed to fix my problem.


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Notice that your ethernet has an IP address, the very unusual 10.42.0.1. That suggests that the ethernet is set to be shared with another computer on the network; instead, it should be set to ask for and receive an IP address from your router, switch or other access point. Please click the Network Manager icon, select 'Edit Connections,' highlight the ...


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It is possible to route ALL traffic through a VPN. It will depend on the setup of both machines. You will almost certainly need to pay for a good VPN, there are free options, but they usually have some catch, limited speed, strange software, time limits. Try this link http://www.thetop10bestvpn.com/best-free-vpn-service Also be aware that some web sites ...


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Most common usage of VPN is to tunnel entire internet connection on system on which it's set. I've no idea how you did it only for browser... Did you perhaps meant Tor Browser? It's a different network. There are some free VPN's, but for good one you will need to pay. You can redirect entire connection with free Tor network, check "TORtp". Don't know how ...


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If we assume that your Lenovo 11e uses the same WIFI adapter as this Lenovo 11e: Broadcom Corporation BCM4352 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter [14e4:43b1] (rev 03) Download the necessary packages dkms and bcmwl-kernel-source on Windows. see answer of Pilot6. Reboot into Ubuntu. Open necessary Windows partitions (drives) with a file manager. If you ...


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According to the technical specifications, the ThinkPad E460 has newer intel networking hardware that (according to intel) is only properly supported in Linux kernel versions later than 4.2. To see your exact networking hardware, open a terminal and run: lspci and look for "Network Controller" or "Ethernet Controller". Your wifi controller will either ...


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Ethernet fix after Ubuntu update: Execute the below command in terminal: sudo -H gedit /etc/network/interfaces Add the below two lines ( the primary network interface) and save: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp Execute the below command in terminal: sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules The above command will open editor inside ...


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I have exactly the same problem and I don't know how to fix it so I run these commands to update every time: sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt autoremove



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