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I omitted "no_root_squash" from /etc/exports file which now reads: /media/tim/big1 192.168.1.181(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash) The drive is now mounted in my virtual machine.
I managed to get the two pinging by turning off the firewall using: sudo ufw disable Nothing else in any help forums helped. Still can't share my wireless internet connection via the ethernet connection. Next step I guess.
Found my own answer, at least one answer. I was able to accomplish it by assigning each user a different port; then the request goes to the correct user. Install dconf-tools with sudo apt-get install dconf-tools Run the dconf Editor (from Dash) and then surf to: org / gnome / desktop / remote-access Set the "use-alternative-port" to checked, and set ...
I understand that you have a laptop which gets internet via WiFi and wishes to share the internet to other PCs via a different network. You want your laptop to act as the connection between the two networks. In other words, you want to make your laptop, which has an internet connection to act as a gateway on a separate network that you create and connect ...
You can use shutter instead of the default gnome-screenshot program. Besides many interesting features it has in contrast to the default tool, it also allows automatic uploading of images to a list of hosting platforms, one of them is also imgur.com, the site used by StackExchange. To install shutter, you simply open a Terminal window (e.g. Ctrl+Alt+T) and ...
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