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accepted Why is my /etc/hosts file not queried when nslookup tries to resolve an address?
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asked Why is my /etc/hosts file not queried when nslookup tries to resolve an address?
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accepted nameserver 127.0.1.1 in resolv.conf won't go away!
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revised nameserver 127.0.1.1 in resolv.conf won't go away!
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asked nameserver 127.0.1.1 in resolv.conf won't go away!
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comment adb does not recognize my Nexus 7 on Ubuntu 14.04
Could you please be more specific? It's Ubuntu and there's no Control Panel. How should I reinstall USB drivers? BTW, as I mentioned devices work as mass storage as they should!
Jan
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comment adb does not recognize my Nexus 7 on Ubuntu 14.04
Tested on both devices with negative results.
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asked adb does not recognize my Nexus 7 on Ubuntu 14.04
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comment What's eating my internet bandwidth? Incompatibility between nethogs and System Monitor's Network History
What if there's no port? iftop's first row is: 192.168.1.1 => 224.0.0.1 and it's eating most of my bandwidth! I know 224.0.0.1 is broadcast IP but why am I downloading from it?
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comment What's eating my internet bandwidth? Incompatibility between nethogs and System Monitor's Network History
But iftop does not tell me which application is downloading, does it?