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Apr
22
comment How do I output my audio input?
Is this still the only fix? Nothing in the GUI? I'm running 13.04.
Apr
12
comment Can I configure a network interface (eth0, eth1, etc.) to be down by default, but still be available?
Thanks, that worked perfectly!
Apr
12
comment Can I configure a network interface (eth0, eth1, etc.) to be down by default, but still be available?
Can I still use "ifup eth0" at the command prompt?
Apr
12
comment Can I configure a network interface (eth0, eth1, etc.) to be down by default, but still be available?
ubuntu server 12.04, without network manager
Apr
10
comment How do I configure ufw to only allow outgoing/established connections for a IPv6 network?
I re-asked this on Server Fault. serverfault.com/questions/497725/…
Apr
9
comment How do I configure ufw to only allow outgoing/established connections for a IPv6 network?
What would those rules look like? That's what the question is really about.
Apr
8
comment How do I configure ufw to only allow outgoing/established connections for a IPv6 network?
I would like to firewall any access from the outside unless it’s a response to an internal request. Is my understanding flawed somewhere?
Apr
8
comment How do I configure ufw to only allow outgoing/established connections for a IPv6 network?
So now I can enable the firewall with "ufw enable", and I can ping out to the v6 Internet. However, when I use the IPv6 Portscan feature in the tunnelbroker.net portal and scan the v6 address of an internal Windows box, I get the following. ubuntuone.com/1fqRSsvGlq3cAGD0bIpGcA
Apr
8
comment How do I configure ufw to only allow outgoing/established connections for a IPv6 network?
does that look right to you? would you mind explaining in your answer what each part of that line does?
Apr
8
comment How do I configure ufw to only allow outgoing/established connections for a IPv6 network?
here is my edited user.rules ubuntuone.com/462PMbBCY5RY8e5iX18plo
Apr
6
comment How do I configure ufw to only allow outgoing/established connections for a IPv6 network?
@SanderSteffann Done
Mar
19
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
I don't believe that's correct.
Mar
18
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
Very confused about this, I setup a VM with a fresh install and followed the same steps and it worked as it should. As far as I can see the config files match, but the behavior doesn't.
Mar
18
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
@arielf please see lastest edit
Mar
18
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
1 - it is, 2 - alpha order should not matter since the newsite config matches exactly on the request due to the ServerName line
Mar
17
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
@David Unfortunately, it's not behaving that way at the moment. If the default site is enabled, any request for newsite.example.com is being served by the default config instead of the newsite config.
Mar
17
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
@David The first quote in your 3rd edit seems to support the fact that deleting or altering the file name of the default host file is not necessary if the new host file includes a ServerName directive. My new site config includes the “ServerName newsite.example.com” directive, and therefore should respond to any request for that website.
Mar
17
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
I've updated the question and added a summary to clear up my true question
Mar
17
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
@David I've updated the question and added a summary to clear up my true question
Mar
11
comment How do I setup “name based” virtual hosts using Ubuntu 12.04?
so it seems to me that the Ubuntu guide is leaving some steps out