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Please see this site for details as to how to find the network information for your printer, under Network settings confirmation. http://www.canon.co.uk/support/consumer_products/pixma_printer_wireless_connection_setup/mg3550_printer_wireless_connection_setup/ Next, using the Printer settings tool, use the URI of ipp://<address>:631/lpr where address ...


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Your wifi might be disable for several reasons. I suggest you look into the logs (journalctl -b -0 if you use a recent version of Ubuntu). This might be a problem with your network-manager configuration (assuming you use network-manager to access Internet, which is the default in Ubuntu), which can be found in the folder /var/lib/NetworkManager/. EDIT: ...


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The needed driver r8169 is installed in all recent Ubuntu versions by default. Try to load it: sudo modprobe r8169 Does the ethernet come to life? Or is there an error? Are there any clues in the log? dmesg | grep r8169 Once we have more details, I will edit this answer to propose a solution.


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Answered here: http://zmwangx.github.io/blog/2014-11-05-list-youtube-playlist-with-youtube-dl.html youtube-dl -j --flat-playlist 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4JGSAmu4lg' | jq -r '.id' | sed 's_^_https://youtube.com/v/_'


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For a 64-bit system: Download these files to your home folder: http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/b/b43-fwcutter/b43-fwcutter_018-2_amd64.deb http://www.lwfinger.com/b43-firmware/broadcom-wl-5.100.138.tar.bz2 Then run in terminal: sudo dpkg -i b43-fwcutter_018-2_amd64.deb tar xfvj broadcom-wl-5.100.138.tar.bz2 sudo b43-fwcutter -w /lib/firmware ...


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When reconfiguring a package with dpkg-reconfigure, you can choose between the dialog interface and a text-based readline interface on the command line using the -f or --frontend switch, e.g. sudo dpkg-reconfigure -f readline tzdata Alternatively, you can change the default frontend by reconfiguring the debconf package itself. From man dpkg-reconfigure: ...


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If you are running a system with systemd, check out this post: http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/126146/130303 If you are running an "older" ubuntu version (14.04), check here: http://superuser.com/a/248671



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