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Download the software and extract it to the desktop. Then open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T. Type sudo -s and enter your password. After that, type: cd /home/umar/Desktop/Huawei New Dialer - 6085 New Chipset/Huawei New Dialer - 6085 New Chipset/Linux bash install_linux The program gets installed.


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i guess you are complete unaware of nat ip and main ip. the nat or network ip is the assignation of the local computer done by the router.if you visit the web and then there's nothing to do with your local ip.to know your main ip just google myip and it will come out with many sites showing your main ip which is given by your isp. to be anonmous i suggest to ...


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Most internet users are sitting behind NAT, so it's equal which IP adress you have locally. NAT changes your local IP addres to your routers global IP adress. If you want to change your local IP adress see the Ubuntu Wiki. If you want to anonimize your global IP-Traffic (e.g. WWW,Email) you must use an anonimizing technology like VPN, Proxy or TOR.


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Try to reinstall Software center using sudo apt-get update && apt-get install --reinstall software-center. In some cases like this deleting ~/.cache/software-center also worked.


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I'm answering my question, thanks to the comments posted... The problem was that I am working behind a proxy, and while I had the http_proxy shell variable set and also had set the proxy in Network->NetworkProxy, apparently apt really wants to be told about this in the /etc/apt/apt.conf file. After adding a line similar to this... Acquire::http::proxy ...


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As far as I can tell, this menu-based interface is part of the installer, and does not exist independently. However, if and when Network Manager 0.9.10 comes to Ubuntu, you could use nmtui, the text user interface for Network Manager for a nicer interface. Other options include wicd-cli, part of WICD, a network management program.


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By default, SSH listens on all interfaces. I think the services you're running are only listening on the localhost interface (lo or 127.0.0.1). By correctly configuring the relevant service you can listen on all interfaces. For example, Tor could be configured thus: SocksListenAddress 0.0.0.0:8050 Apache VirtualHost definitions specify *:80, and so on.


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If it is an ISP network problem, you can try using tracepath, it shows you all the network segments. Usually it is used for MTU measurement, but it contains the RTT of each of the network segments.


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I assume we are dealing with usershares. Those are stored in /var/lib/samba/usershare. You can use the command net to manage them, ie: net usershare add (name) (path) net usershare delete (name) net usershare list



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