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Fixed by restarting several times.


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Your stanzas for IP aliases should have minimal data and an auto statement for each. I prefer to use the last octet as the alias number. This is the configuration I would use. auto p2p1:116 iface p2p1:116 inet static address xxx.xxx.xxx.116 netmask 255.255.255.0 auto p2p1:117 iface p2p1:117 inet static address xxx.xxx.xxx.117 netmask ...


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Okay it is some what tricky to get you the right advice given that you've probably modified files in few places. At least that's how I read your question. step one Trace you steps back and undo everything you did. sources.list has certain syntax to it and I don't think you can append just any URL to it. This looks like a good guide for future reference, ...


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This appears to be a common issue with the network card. A similar issue was brought up a while back, and may find this helpful. Let us know! Realtek Network Card Driver I would also check and see if there is linux drivers included for the motherboard. I just bought a ASUS motherboard and was fortunate to find some.


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None of the above works for me, but a workaround is to change the router to not to ask for a password and hide the SSID. This raises some security concerns so this is only for the brave...


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After shutting down the pc and turning it on again the following day, it is failing again. I have already reinstalled ppp but the same problem is faced: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests Any thought?


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Try removing gateway 192.168.100.1 from the interfaces file and add a static route: sudo route add -net 192.168.100.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 192.168.100.1


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After searching on a lot of sites and blogs, apparently using an open DNS such as 8.8.8.8 or 8.8.4.4 rather than using automatic DNS solved the problem. I still don't know why the automatic DNS for the router is not working for Ubuntu although it is working fine for Windows.


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Used this code: echo "blacklist acer_wmi" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf Then this one: sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/ath9k.conf options ath9k nohwcrypt=1 Then saved it, did the unblock all rfkill unblock all and restarded, works perfectly now


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Solved through this guide and following it with cat /etc/modprobe.d/* | egrep 'bcm' then cd /etc/modprobe.d/ , sudo gedit blacklist.conf and placing a # in front of blacklist bcm43xx, as according to KiLLeRfriend. Thanks for helping.


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here is a clear guide to create a Wi-Fi hotspot detectable by any Android phone on a Ubuntu 14.04 using the Network Manager and a minor hack: Click on Network manager -> Create new Wi-Fi network sudo nano the newly created file /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/yourWifiNetworkName change the mode line to: mode=ap Thats all! From now on you can ...


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If wl driver does not work well for you, you can install b43. sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer sudo modprobe -r wl sudo modprobe b43 You need to uninstall wl driver because it blacklists b43.


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Your Broadcom device requires non-free firmware to work correctly. If you followed the instructions you linked and installed firmware-b43-installer and rebooted, your wireless should be working. If it is not, I suggest you check the wireless switch or key combination. You can see if the device is being turned off by the switch with: rfkill list all If ...


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You need to connect to internet by wire and run in terminal sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source This will install the proper driver. If you can't connect with cable, you can use an offline guide


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Just an update on my question I ended up ditching Windows server and going with a full Linux job - Ubuntu server and Edubuntu clients. Ultimately I feel this was the best decision but far from perfect. I have DHCP and DNS being provided by the server. A great feature of this setup is the ability to cache apt requests on the server so when an update occurs ...


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I struggled with this. I completed all of the above, including this post: Lubuntu Wireless Driver for BCM4309 [14e4:4324] (rev 02) After installing the bcm drivers my wifi was working - i.e. I could see a list of available SSID's, but just not mine. I tried adding mine manually, but that didn't work, just like above. My last thought was my router ...


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If you wish to continue with /etc/network/interfaces, wireless will require the addition of the network you intend to connect to and any encryption details. I suggest: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid mynetwork wpa-psk 0123456789 Restart the interface: sudo ifdown wlan0 && sudo ifup -v wlan0 Check: ping ...


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Add to /etc/network/interface the following code: auto lo iface lo inet loopback Then save the file and run the command: sudo restart network-manager - as el_tigro stated. This should reactivate the network interface and allow you to connect to the internet again.


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Did you try restarting network-manager after adding back the file content? sudo restart network-manager


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This is possibly a duplicate of: Disable Networking for Specific Users. This method will disable and drop the networking feature for a specified user within Ubuntu. Be sure this is something that you want to do to your user before running the commands.


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Well some machines with linux OS doesn't support to turn on hard switch like in my case, luckily I also has windows 7 running on my system and what I did was pretty lame I just start my window Os and than turn On wifi by hard switch. Next time when I run my Ubuntu Os it started get wifi signals for all routers. Note: I tested this solution on Lenovo B570e. ...


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I looked into the kernel code and found some improvements in 3.19 kernel for sky2 driver compared to 3.16 kernel. You can upgrade your kernel by sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-vivid and reboot. If this still does not help, then check the cable and connections on both sides. Try to test the connection under another OS. If nothing of above ...


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Does the manifest file of your project allow network access? You need to have the following entry in AndroidManifest.xml to enable network access from your app: <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" /> For details please have a look at: http://developer.android.com/training/basics/network-ops/connecting.html If you have an ...


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It is not clear which is the method you are using to access the remote shares --- but yes, the path to a remote share is different in Linux and in Windows. The paths specification is different, really. If you can navigate to your file, you can see what the path (URL) is. If you are accessing the file with your browser, the one that (should) work with a ...


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This Solution is for kernel 3.19 . Here is a link to the solution of the above problem:- 3.19 kernels and up Since 3.19 kernel the vmnet module will fail to build. Therefore we need to patch it .Commands are given below :- curl http://pastie.org/pastes/9934018/download -o /tmp/vmnet-3.19.patch Extract the vmnet module sources: if curl command is not ...


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Follow the steps at http://jeffhoogland.blogspot.se/2012/05/howto-give-network-manager-sufficient.html and this resolved my issue.


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What you describe seems like dhcp lease issue. When you connect to the router, dhcp gives you ip for some particular amount of time ( that's what's called lease ), and then that gets renewed. For example, here's what I have in my syslog: $ grep 'renew' /var/log/syslog Jun 30 20:38:01 anaconda dhclient: bound to 192.168.43.209 -- renewal in 1342 seconds. ...


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You need to install a driver for this dongle. Connect to internet another way and run in terminal sudo apt-get install git git clone https://github.com/abperiasamy/rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux cd rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux make sudo make install Then reboot, insert the dongle and test. If there are any errors while running comands, then post them to your question. ...


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First, identify the driver for your network device with the command: lshw -C network Look for driver=. Next, check the log for clues as to why the device disconnects. I suggest you look at both the driver and what Network Manager is doing: cat /var/log/syslog | grep -e some_driver -e etwork | tail -n 20 Ideally, run this just as the internet ...


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Following commands: sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic git git clone https://github.com/kuba-moo/mt7630e.git cd mt7630e make sudo make install sudo modprobe mt76xx sudo depmod -a Works perfectly for me (asus tp500ln) ! thanks a lot ! i couldn't improve the original post because i am new on this plaform ^^ have a good day !


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If you know the websites that you want to access using wlan0, then you can add corresponding rules to your iptables. Alternatively you can configure just one of the two browsers to use the proxy server.


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Go to system > Administration > Additional Drivers/Hardware Drivers. It will fetch the Broadcom drivers for your wifi. Select and install it. And Reboot the system


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Did you follow the general fixes like disabling ipV6, 8011n and power management. ? If not read this post Unfortunately WiFi issue is most commonly encountered in Ubuntu. But there are guidelines to fix it. And you should find them in the above link


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You can call it from the file /etc/rc.local. You can either add the lines to that file or call the script there. Whatever you choose you have to add it above the line 'exit 0'. BTW: I suggest you add a wait command after the first network restart because it can take a few seconds for the network to start. If the ping comes to early you can get an incorrect ...


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Ok don't worry.. I did the best resolution problem.. Unistall PPP from Ubuntu Software center.. and then reinstall everything with: sudo apt-get -f install ppp network-manager-pptp pppconfig pppoeconf pptp-linux I created a new VPN connection from gui, and set the MPPE option to true. And it worked fine! =)


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The HP Compaq DX2300 Microtower PC doesn't support WiFi as far as I can tell. This is what it has: Intel PRO/1000 PT Gigabit PCIe Adapter (full height) Intel PRO/100 VE Network Connection Agere 56K PCI Modem


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I'd like to comment, but my reputation does not allow this. You mentioned OTP and this rings a bell. Several SSL VPNs (which are talking of) store internal credentials and often to this by encrypting these credentials somehow. (e.g. with the users password) which is difficult with OTP ;-) So it depends how the internal authentication is performed (which ...


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Another way using socklist from procinfo package: man socklist DESCRIPTION socklist is a Perl script that gives you a list of all open sockets, enumerating types, port, inode, uid, pid, fd and the program to which it belongs. sudo socklist type port inode uid pid fd name tcp 53 28749 0 1721 5 ...


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2 options: Check on the musicserver with ifconfig that its ip address is indeed 192.168.0.191 and remove the 127.* entries of the music server from the hosts file. This will keep dns lookup and traffic local. Make sure your router always assigns this ip-address to the music server. Remove all hosts entries for the music server. DNS lookup will then likely ...


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On your host is where you must connect to the WiFi and you will see that the virtual machine connects directly to your wifi but appears as wired connection. Select the wifi you want to use on your host machine not the virtual machine :)


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You should not need to use static settings instead. Also, I see that you have already found this answer For a dynamic IP address solution, you should set up a real bridge and use it. Your interfaces file should become: # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5). ...


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Depending on the capabilities of your wireless router, you might be able to configure it as a switch, thus extending your LAN that way. On my LAN my main Ubuntu server is the router / dhcp server / firewall. My wireless router is configured as a switch, taking care of all the wireless requirements, while the devices themselves get their IP address from main ...


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Following answer did the trick: sudo apt-get remove --purge bcmwl-kernel-source If it isn't installed, just proceed. sudo apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree sudo modprobe -r b43 && sudo modprobe b43 Source


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The driver will be installed by sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source


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If you want to redirect all traffic to VPN, then do sudo route del default sudo route add default dev ppp0 You can also set it up in ppp config by adding option replacedefaultroute


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Emails to local mailboxes SHOULD NOT go via your ISP with proper configuration BUT number of sub-optimal and botched configurations is incredible e.g. some admins want internal mails to undergo anty-virus scans provided by their ISP disregarding privacy concerns. Send email to yourself from the host and inspect Received: headers in the received message to ...


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You have to delete the deny rule as the deny rule will trump the allow rule. Because the deny is still in place, allow will not work.


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So apparently I fixed this myself. Tonight i changed my linux kernel for giggles and that fixed it. 3.19.0.21 breaks the DHCP requests, but they work again in 3.19.0.15. so that was the issue with my particular problem.


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Here's a very simple bash script. Make it executable with chmod +x and add as custom startup application to run this continuously on every login. Since I've mentioned aplay, this should work in command line, not just gui. My current laptop doesn't have sound,so i had to test everything with notify-send . Feel free to adapt the script as necessary. ...


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Rather than pointing to a link and saying "I did that", it would have helped if you had shown us the commands you executed, probably (but not certainly): sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic linux-headers-$(uname -r) cd ~ git clone https://github.com/mareksuscak/asus-pce-n53-linux.git cd asus-pce-n53-linux sudo make sudo make install ...



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