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After extensive research into the issue, I finally managed to find a solution to this problem, it's a known Ubuntu bug and here is the workaround. Thanks for everyones help ~ Sean


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Your problem in here is basically the eth0 adapter not having any IP Address (from the command output you posted). Try assigning it a Static IP address under /etc/network/interfaces file. The syntex will look like something this: iface eth0 inet static address = #your ip address netmask = 255.255.255.0 #or your netmask depends on the network ...


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From a search sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf should make /etc/resolv.conf but mine only contains nameserver 127.0.1.1


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You should select the option Automatic (PPPoE) - addresses only instead of Automatic (PPPoE). The box will then become just DNS Servers instead of Additional DNS Servers.


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You can try using this program Traffic monitor applet for GNOME The only easy solutions is that each player has installed this applet, and have a look every week. There'are professional solutions as a netflow analizers for accounting all of your traffic, but isn't easy solution. In all of cases you will need a server, and I think isn't a communal residence ...


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This works for me. git config --global url."https://github.com/".insteadOf git://github.com/


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1) How can I disable the WiFi card on the motherboard? To me that would be from BIOS. On-board devices should have an option to disable them. 2) How can I set my USB wireless to connect using only a specific connection? Connections are only established with connection you provide a password for. If the guest network is strong and known it probably ...


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To set up a simple wifi hotpsot for Android and other phones using ap-hotspot as detailed here. Basically, install it: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 Press Enter to confirm this - then run these to actually install it: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ap-hotspot Use ppa's at your own risk Start it with: sudo ap-hotspot start ...


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The answer to the solution is: sudo service network-manager stop sudo ifconfig wlan0 down sudo macchanger -m XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX wlan0 sudo ifconfig wlan0 up sudo network-manager start The macchanger line can be replaced with whatever macchanger command you need. or with sudo ifconfig wlan0 hw ether XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX


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Had a problem with weak and unstable WIFI signal on my Asus K555LN using Broadcom 43142 card on Linux Mint 17.1. It appears to be fixed by just running this command, as suggested in this thread Drivers for Broadcom BCM43142 on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) # (sudo rmmod b43 ; sudo rmmod bcma ; sudo rmmod wl ; sudo modprobe wl ; sudo modprobe ...


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Regardless of whether the server is a real or a virtual machine, you will need to forward the appropriate port(s) across your LAN router, i.e. translate from the public IP you obtained from ifconfig.me to the server's private IP. You will need to refer to your router's documentation to see how to do that for your specific device. If you wanted to use the VM ...


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I can confirm this bug. Faced same issue and It's not wiring problem, it's problem of r8169 driver that appeared recent update. I think they have already found a bug in this module https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/2/21/161 A temporary fix could be building original realtek driver (r8168) and replace current r8169 with it. ...


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You can access this menu by: VPN Connections-->Configure VPN-->Ethernet-->Wired Connection-->Edit


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Just like iptable rules, route rules are not saved / reloaded on reboot (meaning they don't survive reboots unless you save / reload them). Please see this link for more details.


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If you add something on /etc/resolvconf/resolve.conf.d/{head, base, tail} then the name resolution will be carried out by resolvconf, not by avahi-daemon hence just adding search local is not resolving the name. To get the search domain working you need to set up a DNS server that will give response to your queries after the domain name being appended ...


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The nameserver 127.0.0.1 will reside in /etc/resolv.conf if you use dnsmasq based name resolution. To disable it run the following from terminal: sudo sed -i.bak 's/\(dns=dnsmasq\)/#\1/' /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf Make sure you don't have network-manager configured to manage your network, also remove any nameserver entry (if inserted any) ...


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From @chili555's linked answer, the bcmwl-kernel-source package isn't always the right driver for the 14e4:4727.


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Try this and reboot echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=N ips=N" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf as this will disable some of the power management of the card and usually helps This was found http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2243691&p=13119513#post13119513 Varunendra is very good troubleshooting the realtek cards


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Assuming that you successfully connect to other networks it's more likely to be your home router problem. The easiest solution is to reset your home router, if it's not a problem for you. Did you try just simply reboot your router? (I mean to disconnect it from rossete, wait for a couple of minutes and then plug it in again)


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I've read a lot of articles about this issues, and many claim to share the internet connection of the wifi adapter to solve the issue. This did not work in my case. What did work for me, and it should answer your question: Created an internal virtual switch under Hyper-V. Open "Hyper V Manager" Select "Virtual Switch Manager" Under New Virtual Switch, ...


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Fill your name Server into /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head the content like this (samples): nameserver 8.8.8.8 nameserver 8.8.4.4 Then in shell command type : #>sudo resolvconf -u this is resolve my problem


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This could be the firewall blocking try: sudo ufw status verbose If you get something like this Status: active Then you will need to open the port: sudo ufw allow 6080/tcp


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Okay to do this you need a version of xfreerdp that is higher than in the official repo's sudo apt-get purge freerdp sudo apt-get install build-essential git-core cmake libssl-dev libx11-dev libxext-dev libxinerama-dev \ libxcursor-dev libxdamage-dev libxv-dev libxkbfile-dev libasound2-dev libcups2-dev libxml2 libxml2-dev \ libxrandr-dev ...


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from your configuration, you are using NAT however assigning the IP address manually from the range in your router. Usually the VMWare or VBox NAT has different IP Range Pool than the actual router's (192.168.x.x). As you are using the 192.168.28.12, you need to switch the network from NAT to Bridged mode. Your gateway is 192.168.28.2, how do you know? as ...


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As sмurf wrote VPN and a DNS resolver on a virtual server in a more free country can be a good solution. I use OpenVPN for virtual private networking and Dnsmasq as a local resolver, as an internal authoritative server and as a DNS relay. DNS traffic goes through VPN is various directions. My experience with this setup is very positive. OpenVPN does not make ...


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Please excuse the lack of formality in this answer - just a quick notice to others for the only thing that worked for me after hours of searching and trying different stuff. I spent ages trying to get something to work - in the end it became obvious that actually the network card itself worked (because it was fine on another OS); that the wifi network ...


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I found the config in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ edited it with GEdit and restored the broken line [802-3-ethernet] duplex=full mac-address=F0:DE:F1:XX:XX:XX [connection] id=Wired connection 1 uuid=5872a1e2-fe69-4158-aa49-844d309f91a8 type=802-3-ethernet timestamp=1424948640 [ipv6] method=auto [ipv4] method=auto I restored the MAC address ...


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Since the OP mentioned he needs a gateway to shovel a LAN worth of computers, then, I suggest setting up a Squid Proxy in place and have it forward traffic to a hosted box in a more liberal country. A web proxy with a good amount of cache and local dns server is needed because high volume of traffic from your said IP to an IP geolocated in another state ...


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If your ISP (or your government) is intercepting your outgoing connection to port 53 then one thing you can do is set up a VPN to a server outside your country and route the DNS traffic through it. It will cost you a few $/month though. If this is an option search the net for "VPN servers". Don't be tempted to use a free VPN, DNS is way too important to ...


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I think I've found a solution: From my point of view it seems to be an error within the last upate of the package network-manager-gnome, which was released 2015-02-16 (http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/core/precise/main/updates/network-manager-gnome). I've tried to find the concrete error and so I've tried to use an older package version: The problem was ...


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About the only couple things you can do is have the wifi access point set to WPA2 with no WEP or TKIP, check the results from iwlist scan for your connection. And with the intel card gksudo /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi.conf and see if there is a line options iwlwifi 11n_disable=8 if a line exists that shows 11n_disabled=1 change it to 8, save, exit and reboot


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Check the VLAN settings to verify this: cat /proc/net/vlan/config Install the vlan package which adds some scripts to the ifup/ifdown mimic: apt-get install vlan


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Try sudo ifconfig wifi0 down and sudo ifconfig wifi0 up The name wifi0 could be different use just ifconfig to see what it is called. Check your logs for more info. /var/log/sys.log


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My solution was to upgrade to VMware Player 7. Now it works.


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Since the bcmwl driver needs a patch to work with kernel 3.16 you need to get the Utopic version, just click the link for what Ubuntu version you have and then choose a mirror site to download from. Then double click on the downloaded file 64 bit version 32 bit version


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You can use Virtualbox in Linux and run any linux based OS. I myself use Ubuntu and run Centos in Virtualbox, there isn't any issue.


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You could use this here as well if you want a full blown set of information: asadmin get domain.resources.jdbc-connection-pool.* sorry, I don't have enough reputation to comment on your last post...


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I had the same issue wih a Brother DCP-9020CDW and I solved it using "ipp:///ipp/port1:" and proceeded as follows Configure WIFI on the printer and get the IP address download the linux brother software from brother web site (linux-brprinter-installer-2.0.0-1.gz) Uncompress and execute linux-brprinter-installer-2.0.0-1 script Select default settings ...


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I solved the issue by installing knemo: sudo apt-get install knemo then adding it to my startup applications (autostart) It is the best netspeed!!


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After a little more Google Surfing (because now I'm really curious about your problem!), I found This Post, describing a similar issue in which the accepted solution was to remove or comment out the gateway lines from the host config, leaving the guest configs on DHCP. Also, verify your subnet settings because that's messed me up before (on Windows, mind ...


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I suggest you try a driver parameter; from the terminal: echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=N ips=N" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf Reboot and tell us if stability is improved. Next, write a configuration file: gksudo gedit /etc/pm/config.d/config Add a single line: SUSPEND_MODULES="rtl8723be" Proofread carefully, save and close gedit. ...


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We should be able to fix this for you, but will require some additional troubleshooting: Set network back to DHCP Can you ping google ? (ping -c5 www.google.com in the terminal) What is the output of (ifconfig in the terminal) Let me know and we can continue the process from there.


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You can restart samba manually by. sudo /etc/init.d/smbd restart sudo /etc/init.d/nmbd restart You may need need to restart windows too or wait for some time clicking refresh to purge windows cache. You may have problem to connect to one samba server with 2 different users. BTW: samba will always give you problems cause its m$oft. (cannot change ip ...


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I have a Sony Vaio and struggled for a long time to get the Wifi to work with Ubuntu 14.04 (something to do with the Wifi card and the kernel possibly?). I did a clean install of Ubuntu 14.10, with third party software and updates ticked during install and it now works perfectly.


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If I were to do the same, I would: Disable all hardware in the BIOS that you don't need. (less is better) Use ClamAV Remove all software that you don't need (obviously not stuff like Python, but applications like FireFox, LibreOffice, ...) Set a mirror in software updates that only uses FTP Use GUFW to block everything but FTP and DNS Allow the machine to ...


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cd backports-3.16-1 sudo make uninstall Reboot and if it still doesn't work do: sudo apt-get update && sudo update-pciids sudo apt-get install --reinstall bcmwl-kernel-source


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To block skype.com (though it probably uses a server with a different name), add this to /etc/hosts #block em 127.0.0.1 skype.com This tells it to connect to 127.0.0.1 (the loopback interface - i.e. your computer) instead of skype.com . If you found out the address of the server used you could add that in as well


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I always use nmap. To scan for all devices in your network, use: nmap -sP 192.168.0.1/24 More here: http://www.cyberciti.biz/networking/nmap-command-examples-tutorials/


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Arp-scan works great for me too... If using Wi-Fi: sudo arp-scan -l --interface=wlan0 -or if using ethernet: sudo arp-scan -l --interface=eth0 (this last is practically identical to what Rajesh Rajendran posted; the -l standing for --localnet) If you don't have arp-scan (it doesn't come with Ubuntu by default), just pull up a terminal and type: sudo ...


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Not my answer, but here it is: Set up a guest network on your router. change the username and password on the router enable firewall on the guest network change the wep key on the primary network use the guest network on any shared pc. if you can find the mac address you can limit internet usage to specific times through the firewall to block skype add ...



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