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Please download this file on some other computer and transfer it to the desktop of the subject computer: https://github.com/abperiasamy/rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux/archive/master.zip Right-click it and select 'Extract Here.' Now, in a terminal: cd ~/Desktop/rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux-master make sudo make install sudo modprobe 8812au Now that we have the wireless ...


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Add rtl8188ee to /etc/modules, and it'll load the driver for you at boot time. Cheers, Al


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On my laptop I have similar issue. What was more strange is that some time it works on WiFi and some times it was not. During playing with it i found that it is working when it use 2.4 Ghz to make the connection while when 5 Ghz is used its need to be maed @BobBrown describe. I set to forget the 5 Ghz network on my WiFi settings on my Win2012R2. Best BaS


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Easy-peasy: Hike up to the remote observatory and turn on the Wake-On-Lan in the BIOS or on the NIC card if needed. write down the MAC address. SSH into any other machine and type: sudo apt-get install wakeonlan wol MA:CA:DD:RE:SS where MA:CA:DD:RE:SS is the MAC address of your server. Done! ;-)


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This is normal network behavior. Your system will respond to ARP requests for any IP it supports on any interface. There are two options: Channel bonding, where the two interfaces are treated as one, and traffic flow equally. Route marking and filtering to ensure traffic for each interface is routed accordingly. Outgoing connections will be routed ...


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You can use modem-manager , to install it , open the terminal and type the following command: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install modem-manager-gui


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The CIDR notation for the range of IP addresses 208.73.180.0 - 208.73.183.255 is 208.73.180.0/22. Expressing in binary: 208.73.180.0 -> 11010000.01001001.10110100.00000000 208.73.183.255 -> 11010000.01001001.10110111.11111111 ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ There are 22 leading bits which will be identical for all addresses in that ...


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Your system is never idle. Install Wireshark (wireshark-gtk) and run it for a few seconds to see what the traffic is about. My guess is that you’ll see multicast broadcasts and other low-level chatter from other devices on your network.


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I am running Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS, Linux plaptop 4.4.0-31-genericx86_64 MATE. I did only step one and it worked. Ubuntu created a new names directly after reboot: Edit your /etc/default/grub changing the line from GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="" to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="net.ifnames=0 biosdevname=0" and, finally run as root: $ sudo update-...


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So, a few months later, the accepted answer works kinda-ok, but wifi connections sometimes go in and out and are often slow as compared to the same connection on the same computer in the same spot but using a Windows install, so I did a bit more digging with some of my own linux experience and found a chart from intel with some driver downloads that work ...


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Here is what worked for me for future askers. -A INPUT -s 172.16.10.25/32 -d 172.16.10.40/32 -i eth0 -p tcp --sport 111 -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -s 172.16.10.25/32 -d 172.16.10.40/32 -i eth0 -p tcp --sport 2049 -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -s 172.16.10.25/32 -d 172.16.10.40/32 -i eth0 -p udp --sport 111 -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -s 172.16.10.25/32 -d 172.16.10.40/32 -i eth0 -p ...


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Actually from the log is not possible to diagnose what really happen. But the PPTP protocol has difficulties in passing trough firewalls, so it could be the case. In solution of similar problem I found and confirmed that the problem was on local Internet provider. For PPTP VPN protocol you need to have open port 1723. Different VPN protocols have different ...


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You can have the same host name in each OS in a multi-boot system. However, if you are connecting to the network, your DHCP server may still have an active lease for that name, and Ubuntu tries to obtain a DHCP lease using the name you enter. If an active lease already exists, you may see the error you are getting. You can open your router or DHCP server's ...


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If I understand you topology is -------- ---------- eth1 --------- | PC | | server |-------------| modem | -------- ---------- eth0 --------- eth0| |eth0 |-----------| Solution is something like this EXP: PC setup eth0 ip: 192.168.2.100 nm: 255.255.255.0 gw: 192.168.2.1 Server setup eth0 ...


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They're used by different tools. See man hosts;man tcpd. /etc/hosts.deny is part of the TCP Wrappers package tcpd (see Wikipedia), and acts as an intermediary between an inetd-like daemon, and the target TCP service, and is used as an access control mechanism for Incoming TCP connections. /etc/hosts is part of how your system looks up URIs and translates ...


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To resolve .bit domains, you can add a new DNS entry on your system to use a provder the maps these domains. OpenNIC is one such provider.


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Have you turned the WiFi device off and then back on? This is often faster than a full reboot. There is usually a WiFi switch or button on HP Laptops. Use it to turn the WiFi off, then back on. This should restore its function (but is of course only a temporary solution). Also, could you provide us a more specific model number? HP shows no results on their ...


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Comments below were a big help. After reading https://github.com/rethinkdb/rethinkdb/issues/1897 I tried disable ipv6 by following : How to disable IPv6 in Ubuntu 14.04? This did not seem to have an impact. Last comment of : https://github.com/rethinkdb/rethinkdb/issues/1897 "Hi, @danielmewes yes you are right, my problem was iptables, i dont ...


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As Serg said, devices "Handshake" with their internet providing source (Modem, Switch, Router, etc.) many times per (time period selected/defined by the Modem, Router, Switch and/or other connection providing device) minute (this, in order to retain their IP address and connection to that source). This is common for all networked devices. If your connection ...


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No, it just looks like your DESKTOP-UP1LOMR and Corina and HELLiPOD-PC are renewing their IP address , that's all. IP addresses are not permanent and expire on local network over time, so they need to request that IP is renewed


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Hello Saturne64 and welcome to Askubuntu! The contents of /etc/resolv.conf are ultimately overwritten, but we can still set your DNS server of choice for your computer through the Network Manager. Please follow these steps: Click the wifi icon at the top-right of your screen and choose "Network Connections" Click "Edit" Click the "IPV4 Settings" tab Next ...


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On my Inspiron 14z-5423 I just did: With a working internet connection by Ethernet, tethered or whatever means possible, open a terminal and do: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source And it worked immediately!!!


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You need to set the DNS settings in whatever tool you use to configure your network (for example NetworkManager or /etc/network/interfaces). Alternatively, you can uninstall resolvconf to revert to a more traditional setup (or old-fashioned, depending on your point of view).


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Thanks, @chili555, blacklisting the driver worked great. Now if I turn off the in-built card it doesn't affect the USB one. Thanks again, @chili555!


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I tried all the above steps with no success (well I managed to update the kernel, but that didn't solve the issue for me) - what did fix the issue for me was entering the bios (button at the front, left of the power button with the bent arrow on it) and not only setting the boot option to "Legacy" mode, but also "prefered option" (try legacy first) in the ...


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Intel 8260 adapter is not supported by the 3.19 Linux kernel. You installed Ubuntu 14.04.3, not 14.04.4 with the 4.2 kernel. There are two options to get Wi-Fi working: Upgrade the kernel in your 14.04 installation by running in terminal sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-xenial Upgrade your system to 16.04 or do a fresh install of 16.04.


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When in bridged mode, for network purposes the virtual machine behaves exactly as if it were another physical machine on the network. So, in order to connect it to your office wifi, you need to ask your management about how to connect a new machine to it (depending on their policies, it may not even be possible).


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This seems to be an issue related to drivers not working starting with Ubuntu's 3.19.0-65 kernel. This is caused by a change made by Canonical whereby kernel and kernel driver signing is now being enforced when secure boot is enabled. During the update process, when a pop-up box asked me to review the secure boot settings, I left them as they were (enabled, ...


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I have a similar issue with Lubuntu 15.10: fred@fred-HP-Pavilion-17-Notebook-PC:~$ cat /etc/*release*|grep DISTRIB DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=15.10 DISTRIB_CODENAME=wily DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 15.10" lspci and lshw output seems ok: $ lspci | grep -i bcm 08:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM43142 802.11b/g/n (rev 01) $ sudo ...


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KVM networking is not my thing, really bugs me. That's why I had to dig a little deeper and found out that the "Carrier type" translates into the bond_use_carrier parameter in /etc/network/interfaces. Quote from here: use_carrier Specifies whether or not miimon should use MII or ETHTOOL ioctls vs. netif_carrier_ok() to determine the link status. The MII or ...


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Add this line to the [global] stanza of smb.conf and see if it goes away: use client driver = yes


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These adapters do not support 802.11n protocol well (at least on linux), but iwlwifi driver tries to use it. You can disable this protocol by running in terminal sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi-opt.conf <<< "options iwlwifi 11n_disable=1" This will be applied after a reboot.


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it's me as well experiencing the same issue. Seems like an issue with the 3.19.0-65 kernel. After some mucking around I simply switched back to 3.19.0-64 by pressing ESC on boot to see GRUB's menu enter "Ubuntu options" select Kernel 3.19.0-64-generic tadaaa


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Question seems to be related to creating a Kiosk Mode Ubuntu session. If this is the case, you have several options. Ubuntu: you have two options here. First, you can just install a light version of Ubuntu and customize it such as it becomes a kiosk. Or you can start from a full ubuntu desktop and customize it to become a kiosk. Naturally, the former is ...


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I had the same problem and the solution "was" simply... for me, at least. auto ens160 iface ens160 inet static address 172.31.0.164/22 netmask 255.255.252.0 gateway 172.31.0.2 network 172.31.0.0 broadcast 172.31.3.255 dns-nameservers 172.31.0.21 172.31.0.18 #Add internal route up route add -net 172.16.168.0/21 gw 172.31.0.20 dev ens160 And, create an ...


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If you have installed a file sync program (for instance, Dropbox or ownCloud), try disabling and removing them. After a restart, check if you're still randomly disconnecting. Me and another user have made the same complaint, and you seem to have the same issues.


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In your log I see that ipv6 is configured too Jul 17 10:56:41 ninja-desktop avahi-daemon[593]: Joining mDNS multicast group on interface eth0.IPv6 with address fe80::eea8:6bff:fe70:9564. Jul 17 10:56:41 ninja-desktop avahi-daemon[593]: New relevant interface eth0.IPv6 for mDNS. Jul 17 10:56:41 ninja-desktop avahi-daemon[593]: Registering new address record ...


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Does previous command git clone https://github.com/pvaret/rtl8192cu-fixes.git works ? If it does not, you are trying this in /usr/src and maybe your user does not have rights in /usr/src. You can try run command with sudo like sudo git clone https://github.com/pvaret/rtl8192cu-fixes.git or first make git directory in your home directory and then run git ...


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You need to check the DNS settings of your network. Go to Network--> Settings--> IPV4 Settings-->Additional DNS Settings add the DNS address provided by your service provider, restart the browser and check.


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My notebook is a HP Envy 4. I re-installed a Intel AC3160 into it and I am still not able to get it working in Ubuntu 16.04. I follow your "dmesg | grep ".ucode"" and it displayed that I have a missing iwlwifi-3160-17.ucode. I download it from Github and copy it to the /lib/firmware and reboot. Still not able to get it working. Any solution from you? Thanks


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Try installing the Broadcom BCM43142 with the Linux STA Wireless bcmwl-kernel-source (proprietary) using Additional drivers.


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I had a similar problem, I solved it a month ago and I can't remember the details but here are the links I found useful: Intel wireless 8260 - unclaimed network Installing Intel iwlwifi firmware for UNCLAIMED Wireless 8260? Installing Intel iwlwifi firmware for UNCLAIMED Wireless 8260? I have a different wireless card than yours but I do remember a forum ...


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It turns out that I was missing bridge-utils. # apt install bridge-utils fixed the issue.


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It would help if you had specified what Ubuntu release and which hardware you are using, but you might: Remember the current kernel version (uname -r). Reboot, holding the Shift key, and selecting an older (lower version number) kernel to boot. Select progressively older kernels until you find one under which your wifi works. Install the linux-kernel-...


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Do you have both network cards connected on Q800 ? If you do try to disconnect one network card and see if it works. This NAS has load balancing options for network so it is possible that you enabled load balancing on NAS. You have to configure LACP on your switch before it will work. Other option is that both cards have configured same ip address which ...


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I suggest you install the required firmware for your device. With a working internet connection, open a terminal and do: wget http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux-firmware/linux-firmware_1.158_all.deb sudo dpkg -i linux-firmware*.deb sudo modprobe -r ath10k_pci && sudo modprobe ath10k_pci Also, it appears that the driver wants but ...


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Disabled Beamforming, no more issues. Beamforming is a technology that estimates the signal direction and focuses the signal to that direction to minimize the waste of a signal that, otherwise, would be spread uniformly in space. When Source is very close to the destination of a signal - direction estimation works much less accurate and, so there might be ...


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you can do it by File -> Preference -> network -> add host only network and add 2nd adapter on virtual device settings -> network -> adapter2 click checkbox and select host only adapter


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I have exactly the same issue. I run 14.04 on a 2016 XPS 13 Developer-Edition, and after this morning's update the network menu does not contain any wireless device. Wired connection is working fine. As a workaround, after displaying the GRUB menu and booting into the previous kernel (3.19.0-64), the wireless works as before for me. Possibly related ...


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Thanks Nur, I install UbuntuStudio 16.04 x386 in HP Mini 110 3000 and not working Wi-Fi, for this reason I put the ethernet cable to have internet. Follow your instructions I search in synaptic with: broadcom and I found: bcmwl-kernel-source I install it and rebot, I remove ethernet cable and working fine Wi-fi



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