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Your picture (you could have copy-and-pasted the text) shows you have eth0, an interface for a wired Ethernet connection. You seem to have no WiFi interface. Is a cable connected to eth0, if so, what is it connected to?


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Your Intel 7265 uses the driver iwlwifi which also requires the module iwlmvm. The mini.iso evidently provides drivers for a limited number of common networking devices. I downloaded and extracted the mini.iso and, unfortunately, the module iwlmvm is not included. As well, when you tried to install, you got a message: "failed to load module iwlmvm (...


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I had a problem that was somewhat similar. I recently installed fiddler and my browsers worked fine before installing it. My OS is Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and the browsers Im using are Google chrome and Mozilla firefox. After restarting, I realized that neither browser works or connects to the internet. They were all displaying the proxy server is refusing ...


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Try to install blueman out of the repos: sudo apt-get install blueman After the installation, run it with blueman-manager command. On startup, blueman will ask you if it should activate bluetooth. Worked for me on 3 devices with 14.04


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This is not a defined configuration word: interface eth1; I couldn't find it in man dhcpd.conf at least not for isc-dhcp-server. I have tried it in my VBox 16.04 server, dhcpd fails. Not sure from where you got it, but may be you mistakenly meant: INTERFACES="eth1" from /etc/default/isc-dhcp-server which a configuration for the init service and it is ...


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First, upgrade to the newest wireshark, then $ sudo dpkg-reconfigure wireshark-common $ sudo chmod u+s `which wireshark` $ sudo reboot now


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I found the answer on this post. And yes, a part of the problem was secure boot, like the previous answer stated. But the previous answer didn't work towards disabling secure boot.


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It seems to me that Jun 28 12:46:13 picasso NetworkManager[1865]: <info> (eth0): carrier now ON (device state 20) and Jun 28 12:46:13 picasso kernel: [ 23.791505] r8169 0000:03:00.0 eth0: link up Jun 28 12:46:13 picasso kernel: [ 23.791512] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): eth0: link becomes ready show that your ethernet adapter is working, ...


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I had the same problem with the latest 16.04 updates. Fixed as follows: Remove (or comment out) the below line from /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf: dns=dnsmasq Run service NetworkManager restart


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We were able to solve the issue identifying IPv6 as the culprit. When all other options failed, It appears that disabling it brought the connection back to working order. If you happen to have this same issue in accordance to the specs I have provided, disable IPv6 on the network.


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You do it the other way round: Host TargetHost HostName It's IP User It's User ProxyCommand ssh GateWayUser@GatWayHost nc HostA 22 Host GatWayHost HostName It's IP User It's User You put the proxy command to the match block of respective target host and not vice versa. But you can simplify the command significantly to: ProxyCommand ssh ...


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I think iptables would do something for you. First, activate packet forwarding: $ echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward Redirect your traffic from 50.60.70.80:105 to 10.8.0.105:80 $ iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -d 50.60.70.80 -p tcp --dport 105 -j DNAT --to-destination 10.8.0.105:80 Make the Iptables marquerade the requisition: $ iptables -t ...


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According to your ifconfig, your relevant interface is p4p1. I suggest you amend your /etc/network/interfaces file to read: # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5). # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network ...


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I figure you have Ubuntu 16.04 and installed firmware using one of the github sites. Recently a new version of package linux-firmware was uploaded to the repositories. When installed, it replaced the firmware you had. If you wish to check, look at dpkg -l | grep linux-firmware The newer version is 157.1 and the quick solution is to wget http://mirrors....


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The option ClientAliveInterval does exactly what you want, it basically sends pings in the specified interval (in seconds) and kills the connection if it doesn't receive an answer. To control how fast it kills the connection, you can use ClientAliveCountMax, which is the maximum number of pings to send without receiving a response before considering the ...


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sudo lshw from the lshw man page: lshw is a small tool to extract detailed information on the hardware configuration of the machine. It can report exact memory configuration, firmware version, mainboard configuration, CPU version and speed, cache configuration, bus speed, etc. on DMI-capable x86 or IA-64 systems and on some PowerPC ...


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This can be fixed by a terminal command sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist_acer.conf <<< "blacklist acer_wmi" Wi-Fi should work after a reboot.


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It seems the interface eth0 was configured before and the address was kept persistently (for some reason) by the kernel. To clear all addresses from interface eth0 without having to restart network services or bringing the interface up/down : sudo ip addr flush dev eth0 Then you can use ifup to configure eth0 by reading /etc/network/interfaces file : ...


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Actually I noticed that postfix might benefit of a restart to include the new hosts in its local host file version that is available here /var/spool/postfix/etc/ (ubuntu 16.04)


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One available option is to use saltstack to execute the same command on each minion. After adding salt to each computer you can run the same command on each machine with something like salt '*' cmd.exec_code python 'import sys; print sys.version' If you are using blender's network render addon then you could also configure a blend file to have network ...


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On pfsense VM set 1st network adapter to NAT 2nd network adapter to internal all other machines network adapters set to internal here is my video on youtube


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I solved it, hopefully this might be helpful for someone else. It appears I had accidentally pressed Fn + F2, which in this Fujitsu Siemens turns off the wifi. And, surprise-surprise, it remembers the choice even after a shutdown. For cryin' out loud...


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My Lenovo G50 has an airplane mode button (airplane icon on F7 key). Hitting Fn+F7 turns off my wifi. That might explain his wlan "hard blocked" status.


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I have just run into this problem on OVH cloud instance using Ubuntu 16.04 as well. This release the renaming is done by systemd-udev process. On systemd handles the "Predicatable Network Interface Names" you can readup here: https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/PredictableNetworkInterfaceNames/ . To prevent vlan interfaces from being renamed I ...


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Mark that bookmarked page as your homepage, and set your browser to remember username and password. This way, the browser will automatically load your credentials every time you open it. Then set yet another homepage with your favourite search engine (Google, Yahoo, Yandex, etc), so the browser will open 2 homepages in two different tabs every time you open '...


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From the Mount during login instead of boot section of the wiki link you posted, perhaps try adding this to /etc/fstab: //servername/sharename /media/windowsshare cifs noauto,credentials=/home/ubuntuusername/.smbpasswd 0 0 And this to your /etc/rc.local file: mount /media/windowsshare exit 0


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I've done something similar to establish an Ethernet connection for a Raspberry Pi (and an Xbox 360, which is more similar to your situation, I suppose). I've got a script on Github here which will do the job: https://github.com/le1ca/rpi-router/blob/master/rpi-router.sh There are a few things you need to know in advance for this script to work: The name ...


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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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Actually there are 2 different revision of this tl-wn725n wifi adapter, the v1 and the v2 which have different chipsets. How to recognize them? The tp-link website say that is possible to recognize them by the FCCID (labeled on the adapter). If your FCCID terminates with v2 then is the second revision, which use the RTL8188EUS Realtek chipset. Otherwise ...


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I will answer this part of the OP question: "I would love to have this mount automatically" My favorite tool for automounting network shares is autofs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Autofs AutoFS is my tool of choice to mount my NAS - for all my laptops and workstations. "autofs is a program for automatically mounting directories on an as-needed ...


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Ok, so I'm still not exactly sure whats going on... but I got the guest account to work with file and folder permissions set to 755. To get it working, I had to do smbpassswd -a nobody (with no password). This still doesn't really make sense as if samba needs this account in its own database, then it shouldn't even be able to read the directory in the first ...


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After doing some research this issue appears to be fixed in samba version 4.3.9. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Possibly sudo apt-get dist-upgrade This should resolve your issue and allow you to click anonymous and remember forever choice. If at 4.3.9, follow the guide on this website to mount Windows shares permanently. https://wiki....


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Aside from the usual, "You need to put a password on your fileshares" response I will offer the following reply. More to the point, however, more modern versions of windows are starting to enforce the need for having a password. This is a good thing. Following may be a post that has your answer. http://serverfault.com/questions/630631/how-to-make-samba-...


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If NAT is being used anywhere (including your client's router), then conntrack may drop idle connections. You may try setting up TCP keepalive to prevent this, by enforcing minimum activity on all connections even when they are idle. Check /proc/sys/net/ipv(4|6)/tcp_keepalive_*


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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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For visitors, you don't need to pkill or remove anything. A better answer can be found here.


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Completely disabling IPv6 is getting harder and harder these days. In many operating systems and for many applications it's a crucial component now. if you really want to remove all traces of IPv6 then your only option might be to recompile a lot of software with different options. I think the best option In most cases is to leave it enabled and configure ...


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Since you are using linux it's very easy, in linux a packet is represented by structure sk_buff. You can use netfilter framework with pre-routing hook,to mangle packet by using it's protocol and destnation port number. See the netfilter framework documentation .


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If you want to access samba only through VPN then Global section in smb.conf should have these lines: interfaces = 127.0.0.0/8 192.168.0.0/24 hosts deny = ALL hosts allow = 127.0.0.1 192.168.0.1/24


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Choose **Edit connections..." on the bottom of the menu, then you will see a list of connections: Highlight the connection with unapropriate name, and click Edit. Now Just rename the interface in the settings window: Now, rename, OK, OK, DONE


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$ nmcli connection modify eth0 ipv4.dns 10.0.0.50 # systemctl restart NetworkManager.service Editing /etc/resolv.conf is not an option because resolv.conf will be overridden with networkmanager.


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I would try explicitly stating your valid users: valid users = asd your_username another_user Another option (workaround?) would be guest okay = yes but I think that may not allow root privileges.


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I believe its because its 2 different networks and you should go to your vm properties where u can put number of cpu and memory ...etc and find network and change it from nat to bridge this way ubuntu on ur vm will take ip address strait from ur router same sequence as ur host machine and its important to do that to easy share files between host and vm, even ...


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Interesting.. you could also try defining nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf which should look something like this: nameserver 10.0.0.50 10.0.0.51


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I have looked at the results of your wireless script. You have two error messages. Error: nmcli (1.2.0) and NetworkManager (1.1.93) versions don't match. Force execution using --nocheck, but the results are unpredictable. This has been reported as bug 1590335 by another user, but a reboot fixed it for them. [24359.876232] usb 1-2.1: firmware version 0x4330 ...


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Practically, using a hidden SSID is not helpful anymore. It was really helpful back in the days of Windows XP or earlier when hidden networks were not showing anywhere unless one used specific third party software for revealing them. Now, as you can see, it's just one more click and they're there. It's better to unhide your network SSID, maximize your ...


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


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What is your laptop model? Also, please edit your question details and paste the output of lspci -knn | grep Net -A2 Also, with a temporary internet connection, you could try wget http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux-firmware/linux-firmware_1.158_all.deb sudo dpkg -i linux-firmware_1.158_all.deb reboot Post back if it worked out


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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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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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