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If the average I/O rates for nload are different between the two accounts, it is likely something loaded at login for the original account. Nethogs or iftop can help figure out what that is. Is this true after reboot? Is this for outbound or inbound ping to/from some standard destination?


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Nevermind ! I configured badly my printer so each time I had to connect to his wifi network. I don't have the issue anymore now so we're all good :)


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Since you mentioned "want to connect to the printer wifi network", wireless printers are not meant to initiate any network. Instead, you are supposed to set them up for an existing wirless network (offered by some router) and send jobs to the printer while being connected to the same network.


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You might try to enable Additional Drivers in System settings > Software and update. If your card needs additional driver to operate properly, then you have to install it. The installation might need temporary wired internet connection to download the necessary packages.


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You could make some mistakes when installing the drivers. I packed them to PPA, it is easier to install. Run these commands (carefully, one by one): cd rtlwifi_new sudo make uninstall sudo rm /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtlwifi-new-dkms Then reboot and test. ...


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Probably when the old user account is used to log in, the system launches automatically a bunch of daemons which are greedy in network resources. Here's some command that you can run to see if there's anything unusual that pops up: nethogs netstat -anp ps -ef nload iftop I recommend to try nethogs first, to see if there's anything eating your bandwidth. ...


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OK I figure it out. It was simple what was I missing is the how to configure the Raspberry Pi eth0 settings. Here's what I done.. I did all of steps 1-5 as shown before now I went on to the pi (client side) and typed in sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Then I edited that file to look like this. auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 10.42.0.77 ...


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This question sounds almost identical: Share wireless Internet connection through ethernet Here's whatchya gotta do: (thanks @SuperMau): In the server computer: 1. On the computer connected to the Internet, click the network icon in the panel and go to "Edit Connections..." at the bottom of the menu. 2. Double click your Wired Connection (Leave your ...


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See this for a password setting in the connection config file. Advice is different at each organisation: Hebrew Uni Jerusalem - bonus for including commandline instructions ;


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You lack the needed firmware file to enable your card and driver to work properly. Please download this file on another computer and transfer it to the Ubuntu computer on a USB key or similar: http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux-firmware/linux-firmware_1.155_all.deb Drag and drop it to the desktop of the Ubuntu computer. Install it from the ...


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192.168.x.x cannot be a static IP to the "internet" those are only internal IP addresses. We will need more info to help you out. Are you behind a router?


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Ok, so after following the instructions from "Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers" and before giving the output demanded by Eduardo Cola, I did dhclient once again and it actually finished its job after reconnecting. The connection has been stable now for several minutes (much more than before), so if this is not one of those time windows after which the ...


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I don't know what wireless card you have in your computer.. or what router you have, but some of the latest BT routers (and probably others) are using new encryption protocols that some older wireless cards/software simply don't support. you may be able to change the encryption system in your router by logging in using a wired connection, and then opting for ...


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I notice that your access point is on channel 6 and your wireless_script reports: 31 APs on Frequency:2.437 GHz (Channel 6) I recommend that you change to channel 1. Second, I recommend that your regulatory domain be set explicitly. Check yours: sudo iw reg get If you get 00, that is a one-size-maybe-fits-all setting. Find yours here: ...


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you can use nat for network in vmware and then ubuntu can connect to network with dhcp if you now use bridge you must use network manager from top panel in ubuntu and add lan with specify ip address also i sugested you in vmware use nat network this is easy way


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The current version of Firefox is 44.0, released on January 26. The current version of Firefox on Ubuntu on any supported release is 44.0, and it's only been a day. I don't know what more you could ask for in the name of updates.


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Firefox gets updates from Ubuntu official repositories. If you have a supported version of Ubuntu, you should have the latest version of Firefox with security updates. If this is not the case, then you have an EOL version of Ubuntu, or you did something wrong that prevents regular updates. You can install the latest Firefox version by running in terminal: ...


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What worked for me was: sudo ifdown eth0 sudo ifup eth0


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If you have an Android phone you can also use it as a Wi-Fi adapter... I had to do this a few times and it works very well. turn off mobile data on your phone. turn on USB tethering (don't just turn on personal hotspot as it turns off your phone's wifi). that should bridge the connection between your phone and PC.


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It's disabled because you accessing the settings of your VM while guest OS is running. You should shut it down first, and then try to use NAT instead of Bridged mode.


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Is the performance of the internal wireless improved if you install the correct driver? sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source Remove the USB, reboot and let us hear your report. The connection speed reported by iwconfig and therefor by Network Manager, is notoriously imprecise. My card currently reports 1 Mbps ...


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From Google's "Why did this happen": This page appears when Google automatically detects requests coming from your computer network which appear to be in violation of the Terms of Service. The block will expire shortly after those requests stop. This traffic may have been sent by malicious software, a browser plug-in, or a script that sends ...


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Check on your LAN drivers in windows internet options settings. open the command prompt with adminstrator privileges and run msinfo32


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Perhaps this is not the answer you're looking for, but if you still have on your home in the U.S. a computer turned on and connected to the Internet, you could use software such as TeamViewer or RDP to connect from your current location to the computer in the U.S.


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When BQ is ready to announce new devices, they'll do so themselves. If you haven't seen any announcement from them, then there is no public information to report. For now if you need an LTE phone running Ubuntu, the Meizu is your only choice.


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According to Wine, Login in on Skype for Wine does not work. You must edit your Skype.desktop file: [Desktop Entry] Name=Skype 7 Wine Exec=env WINEPREFIX="/home/.../.wine" wine C:\\\\Program\\ Files\\ \\(x86\\)\\\\Skype\\\\Phone\\\\Skype.exe /username:"username" /password:"password" Type=Application StartupNotify=true Comment=Launch Skype 7 Wine ...



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