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All you have to do is restart your computer, and go to your BIOS settings by pressing esc or delete or another key depending on your motherboard model. set the BIOS settings to default. then reboot to Ubuntu and problem solved :D


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I'm having the same issue today as well, a fresh install of the latest 14.04 LTS server on an IBM x3630 M3, latest firmware. Got the hardware second hand and was going to use it as a replacement fileserver. Mine goes up and down. If I'm logged in SSH it will go down for about 3 minutes and eventually come back, only to go down again about 3 minutes after ...


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This problem has been fixed by me in Ubuntu kernel 3.19.0-26, that is now available for Ubuntu 14.04 and 15.04. If you are affected by this issue, update the kernel by running sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-vivid


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The setting you performed on Windows changes the default TTL of packages sent from your computer. In a Linux computer you can run the following command to change the default TTL: sudo sysctl net.ipv4.ip_default_ttl=129 Or: echo 129 | sudo tee /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_default_ttl Or: sudo bash -c 'echo 129 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_default_ttl' But ...


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I'm using a Lenovo G510/I3 unit with Ubuntu 14.04. I came across the same issue (wifi NOT working).And found the solution via an exhaustive search.. If you are interested in learning more about this issue - pls read through the below link (thanks to the community) Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers Short answer: 1) First run below on the terminal ...


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You have already a default route for this gateway Example: No default route % route Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface link-local * 255.255.0.0 U 1000 0 0 eth0 192.168.2.0 * 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 0 eth0 Add a route % ...


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Same issue here with a HP ProLiant Gen9 DL80. Sep 4 16:03:57 stezol106 kernel: [ 33.865228] igb 0000:02:00.1: Detected Tx Unit Hang Sep 4 16:03:57 stezol106 kernel: [ 33.865228] Tx Queue <1> Sep 4 16:03:57 stezol106 kernel: [ 33.865228] TDH <de> Sep 4 16:03:57 stezol106 kernel: [ 33.865228] TDT ...


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The answer is: sudo modprobe -r ideapad-laptop sudo rfkill unblock all rfkill list all


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Check your Bluetooth connections in Settings. That's what those are.


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Device 0fe6:9700 is supported on 14.04.3 without any 3rd party disk, so you probably don't need to worry, just plug it in and use it. You can verify that the driver you have installed supports it thusly:- modinfo dm9601 | grep -i 0fe6.9700


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I thought the best is to use pre-up script which have all variable you need: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/ Check for example: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wireless-tools Sadly, NetworkManager/dispatcher has not implemented it. See: /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/01ifupdown # pre-up/pre-down not implemented. See # ...


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If you are planning to use a raspberry pi, then you will in to install a Linux server edition, which don't have a graphical environment that will consume lots of resources for nothing. You can install ntop : http://www.ntop.org/get-started/download/ It just do everything. You even have a version for Ras pi.


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I think I find error. In not source port 123 then destination Change sudo iptables -t mangle -I OUTPUT -p udp --sport 123 -j MARK --set-mark 0xfefa to sudo iptables -t mangle -I OUTPUT -p udp --dport 123 -j MARK --set-mark 0xfefa Also copy all entries except default gateway entry from main table sudo ip route show table main | grep -Ev ^default | ...


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First of all you have some extra garbage in /etc/fstab - the string to your /etc/fstab after the last 0 does not belong there. If your router allows you to password-protect your share that do that and consult the official ubuntu wiki page about how to store that password in your /etc/fstab


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I think for your need wireshark would be goof for your need, you can install it from their website or through PPA if it isn't available in your repositories (which i think will be the case if you are using a raspberry pi) But you have to be careful as the pi might not be able to handle all this information. the method to do this in Ubuntu is with the ...


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Using the right syntax: nmap -p143,993 -Pn --script imap-capabilities 127.0.0.1 Why? You use –script and the correct syntax is --script and note the difference between your dash – and -


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There is a directory /etc/network/if-up.d. Scripts in this directory are runs when new connection are established. I write script that checks connection mode of wifi network and if it's Open or WEP connection is dropped. #!/bin/bash encryption=$(wpa_cli status | grep pairwise_cipher | cut -d "=" -f 2) wifiname=$(wpa_cli status | grep -w ssid | cut -d "=" ...


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If you need grep you have to use the switch --line-buffered An easier way is awk and the -W interactive sudo dhcpdump -i eth0 | awk -W interactive '/IP: / {gsub(/\(|\)/,"", $3); print $3}' Sample output (you have to wait some seconds) 64:31:50:30:ca:1e 40:61:86:7:ce:34 0:24:21:b1:6f:32 54:27:1e:19:7c:3b 0:23:7d:5f:4a:e8 If you need grep you have to ...


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Using grep (thanks to A.B. for the --line-buffered suggestion): dhcpdump -i eth0 | grep --line-buffered -Po ' *IP: .*?\(\K[^)]*' dhcpdump -i eth0 | grep --line-buffered -Po ' *IP: .*\(\K[^)]*' The first one will extract the first address, the second one will extract the last address; grep command #1 breakdown: *: matches any number of characters IP:: ...


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Change permissions access to Network Manager Delete all open wifi from configuration Check connect automatically to your wifi configuration, and enforce the configuration by adding mac address of your ap. How do I ban a wifi network in Network Manager?


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I see the only one way to do it. You can disable Network Manager and setup specific wireless networks in /etc/network/interfaces. If you setup your interface there, NM will stop managing the interface automatically.


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From what I have gathered from your comments your static IP address is 10.1.18.77 subnetmask is 255.255.255.0, gateway is 10.1.18.1 and dns is 10.1.18.1 You are trying to access resources from a system with ip address 192.168.200.100 having a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 where the gateway is 192.168.200.1 Now you want to temporarily change the ip address ...


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It could be the permissions issue. What actually you should do is check your permissions on /media/media/Big Drive/Music: ls -l /media/media/Big Drive/Music it could like in your case as this: drwx------- or something like that then proceed like following: sudo chmod w+r /media/media/Big Drive/Music but if you want only just let people read files ...


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I got the answer from superuser site. The debian manual says that it is possible to configure an interface without an IP address like this: iface eth0 inet manual pre-up /path/to/script/which_changes_your_ip.sh post-down /path/to/script/which_removes_your_ip.sh I am not sure how I can give credit to the person who gave me the solution. So I ...


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I solved this using a profile. lxc config profile edit bridge Then in the editor: name: bridge config: {} devices: eth0: nictype: bridged parent: br0 type: nic And when creating a guest/container, specify the profile lxc launch ubuntu GUESTNAME -p bridge Not sure, but assume you can apply the profile to existing ...


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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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*-network UNCLAIMED means that you don't have the driver installed. Just try installing the linux backports. Look the following wiki and perform the steps. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports Once done, do reboot and check.


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So I wasn't able to actually solve the problem, I just re-installed from the same install disk, re-followed the steps from link '1' in my original post and it seems to work fine now. From user Wild Man at that link: Please do: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer Reboot This seemed to work fine. I think the problem ...


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Try adding this line to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf : blacklist hp_wmi You might have to restart. if that doesn't work then try to reset the bios.


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As i can guess you did bridge mode for Internet but , your dhcp not providing IP address to your port or you have not enabled networking. so , it showing like this eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr e8:11:32:db:1b:a5 inet6 addr: fe80::ea11:32ff:fedb:1ba5/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX ...


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Could you ensure that you have set up your virtual interface with bridged mode? If you are using a wireless connection, Vbox is not going to support IPv6 in bridged mode as you can see in Vbox manual: https://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch06.html#network_bridged Hope this helps.


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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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You could use samba, since 4.1 it's possible to let samba move files server side: https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Server-Side_Copy Though I'm unsure about your wifes operating system and therefore client support of the feature. Check the wiki regarding that. Also you could let transmission do the moving after the torrent download is completed: ...


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Your routing table say that after connecting to vpn change default gw from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.2.9 aka route all traffic through tun0 interface. To avoid this you can add following Create script for tun0 interface sudo nano /etc/network/if-up.d/script put in script this # Check for specific interface if desired [ "$IFACE" != "tun0" ] || ...


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Assuming you have dhclient installed (which should be installed by sudo apt-get install dhcp-client) you can use sudo dhclient eth0 To make that persistent across reboots, you would want to add the lines: auto eth0 allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp to your /etc/network/interfaces file.


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I found a solution, but it is not THE solution. According to my searches on this issue, for some odd reason, majority of the machines having this problem are by Lenovo. I'm not sure if this issue is a result of hardware conflicts or what, but I "fixed" the issue by installing a fresh copy of 15.04 and it is working perfectly. The machine started off at ...


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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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Could you run the following commands from VNC? To understand why you can't connect to the outside world: ip a ping 8.8.8.8 ping google.com To understand why VNC works and not SSH: ss -lt


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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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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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I don't think there will be a difference in the 2 OSs, chromium is a similar browser to chrome so whatever you can do in chrome you can do in chromium, all you do is type the same IP in the adress bar and you will be redirected out to the login modal. you can also do this using terminal and if that is what you would like to know how to do then edit your ...


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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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Your /etc/default/isc-dhcp-server file should have INTERFACES="eth0"


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As Heihachi points out using ethx:x aliases is outdated. However the ip addr solution is worse. It's ugly and incomplete, as you'll have to also add a down variant or ifdown won't work very cleanly. See https://wiki.debian.org/NetworkConfiguration for a better solution: You can now just have repeated iface stanzas for the same interface. So just the ...


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I just reset BIOS to default settings. To get in BIOS press F10. Problem solved.


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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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Your question is very vague. Please tell which part are you stuck on ? However, these tips might come in handy. 1) Connect the ethernet wire to your system ( and I'm assuming you have one) and then on the top bar (if you're using Unity) click on the network icon and a list should appear. Click on your ethernet connection and enter the details to connect to ...


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You say you're connecting to work from a computer in home, right? The place with the Ubuntu PC has to be with a static IP. Then make sure that your ISP isn't blocking port 22. (you may change it to, let's say, 2222) If you are using router where your Ubuntu PC is, then check if the port is forwarded to the PC and you're using the public IP and not the LAN ...


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Unplug the second nic from the switch/hub/router and let the auto discovery run. Also make sure you aren't plugged into the iLo port otherwise I was building one today, make sure you run the Support pack to setup your raid and mirrors first THEN install the OS or the OS won't see the drives.


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See my answer here: networking - How to use a 4G phone to provide WAN/Internet service to a LAN? - Ask Ubuntu How to use a 4G phone to provide WAN/Internet service to a LAN?



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