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comment 14.04 logs in to black screen
Re-checked and changing the /usr/bin/compiz permissions to 644 gives at least a desktop wallpaper display, but no window controls or other Unity features at all.
Sep
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Mar
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comment How to find USB hub speed
And if you sudo lsusb does it identify it as 1.0, 1.1 or 2.0 hub?
Mar
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comment Document Scanner, CanoScan N650U not reconised
What scanning software have you downloaded/tried? SimpleScan, which is included with the OS?
Feb
27
answered How to disable webmin start on boot on Ubuntu?
Feb
23
comment NAS won't auto-mount at boot + qBittorrent issues
You can add the user/password pair as part of the fstab entry without having to edit anything with Samba credentials. There are also ways to use a hash file to store those fstab credentials if you're concerned about somebody accessing the /etc/fstab record.
Feb
22
comment My Ubuntu mail server rejects incoming mails
Your DNS MX record isn't pointing to your server.
Feb
22
comment Setup Linksys E900 Ubuntu 12.04
What about using the "Connect with an open and unsecured network" link on the page? Granted, it won't use https for connecting to the router admin setup, but on an internal network, not much of a security issue..
Feb
22
answered NAS won't auto-mount at boot + qBittorrent issues
Feb
19
comment UBUNTU/PHP: Can not connect to sql server 2008
Did you change the value for your $myServer variable when you migrated the server?
Feb
19
comment Postfix, Dovecot mail server can send mails but not recive
No worries about rep points. Just glad that I got you thinking in a direction that led to a solution.
Feb
18
comment Postfix, Dovecot mail server can send mails but not recive
Unless you have aliases set up in Dovecot for root and postmaster, you'll never see email show up for non-user accounts. root and postmaster, while valid users, are typically blocked out in Postfix other than for internal (localhost) emails. Do you have another user mailbox set up that you can try sending email to?
Feb
8
comment Mail server: shall I set up a sub-domain name?
@Raphael_b See the edit made to my answer.
Feb
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revised Mail server: shall I set up a sub-domain name?
added sample DNS entries
Feb
8
answered Mail server: shall I set up a sub-domain name?
Feb
8
comment Problems with apache2 hierarchy
Which file hierarchy? The /etc/apache2 directory?