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Since your local network works, but remote doesn't, you need to check your router settings. Specifically, you need to enable port forwarding for port 22 (or another higher port and then configure the SSH server to listen on that port) from the outside to the server IP on the inside of the network. This process varies from router to router, so you may have ...


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SSHv1 is obsolete from current openssh. If you want to use this obsolete protocol, you need to install openssh-client-ssh1 package and use ssh1 binary, which has still SSHv1 support. ssh1 -1 -c 3des user@192.168.0.10 should do the job for you.


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The problem was that rsyslog was loading the 50-default.conf preferences before the custom preferences set in my_iptables.conf. The solution was to add a number prefix to the conf filename, one that was lower than 50. So I renamed it to 10-my_iptables.conf. File /etc/rsyslog.d/10-my_iptables.conf # Log kernel generated iptables log messages to file :msg,...


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Go to google chrome download site Click on download chrome. Click on 64-bit debian/ubuntu Click on Accept and Install By default the application will be downloaded to /home/your-user-name/Downloads. Go to terminal and type cd sudo su cd Downloads apt-get install gdebi apt-get gdebi google* reboot Close terminal and click on ubuntu icon on top ...


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It looks like Option 2; preventing the default route from being created, can be achieved using the route-nopull option. --route-nopull When used with --client or --pull, accept options pushed by server EXCEPT for routes, block-outside-dns and dhcp options like DNS servers. When used on the client, this option effectively bars the server from ...


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If the installer did not create a connection profile for each network interface automatically during system installation, you can go to Edit connections and create them yourself. Make sure that: On the first tab, the option to connect automatically if available is checked for both interfaces. Each profile is linked to the respective interface's MAC ...


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This issue has been solved w. a recent Ubuntu update, no problem anymore! Thanks for helping


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I think the problem is in the permissions= line in the configuration files in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/* after the change I describe below, all went to work as before. I have four computers with Ubuntu 16.04, two have been updated from 15.10 to 16.04 and two were installed from scratch. On machines that have been updated, you can select an ...


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When i have problems with samba I'm always starting from switching to ethernet cable. If my share is connected via ethernet i cant connect to it via wifi (eventhough I can ssh with no problem). Then i make easiest share possible with no fancy masks end forcing options, only to test if it works. If not then I'm checking logs to see if it's stopped by any ...


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I experienced the same problem, but on Debian 8.4 (Jessie). Like the above, the solution was the IPTables flush script as listed at http://insanelabs.net/linux/linux-reset-iptables-firewall-rules/. Though iptables reported no rules, there must have been some "hidden" rules, or otherwise a bug in iptables itself. I am reporting this bug to the Debian ...


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Do and install Bluetooth control manager blueman sudo apt-get install blueman Problem not in drivers but in controlling bluetooth.


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When the Ubuntu Docker package updated to using systemd, it dropped support for the /etc/default/docker config file, so the initial solution suggested by rocketman10404 will no longer work (disabling dnsmasq would still work, but it has the downside of preventing Ubuntu from automatically updating the DNS server). Fixing DNS in the systemd Docker package ...



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