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comment DOVECOT: Access denied
Have you checked /etc/dovecot/dovecot-sql.conf ?
Mar
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answered Multithreaded Mail server
Feb
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
Yes, you may remove it. You could also try a newer one, it should be on the same site. However, mind uploading some logs to pastebin.ubuntu.com and link them in your question?
Feb
14
comment Is there a way to run a command every time the mouse moves?
Yes, it is possible to create a workaround. Create a script that loops with some delay. Use eg. xdotool getmouselocation --shell to get the edge. use some if statements to check if you are hitting edge multiple times- If true, use eg. xdotool mousemove to move the pointer onto the other screen. It's not the most efficient way but it will work.
Feb
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
@NateLockwood I figured out my other idea wouldn't work. So sorry for getting late back to you. However, you might find something of interest in /var/log/syslog,/var/log/dmesg and /var/log/kern.log Try compare when it works to not working, anything getting logged?
Feb
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
@NateLockwood Thanks, are glad to try helping you solve your issue. I have got a new idea. But at work now so i will come back to it later =)
Feb
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
I guess he is right. I run kernel > 3.17 on a box and if i don't remember wrong was it because of my "Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection I217-V (rev 05)". Your controller seems to be newer. The easiest thing would be to test with the newest RC kernel. kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.19-rc7-vivid
Jan
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
you forgot ifconfig, and also RS was supposed to be uppercase =)
Jan
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
And to make sure, you have tested with a known good cable on eth1?
Jan
26
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
Are you running with an active firewall? sudo iptables -L You could also add uname -a and sudo lspci -v | awk '/net/' RS= Would also be nice if you supplied ifconfig | awk '/eth/' RS= Hotplug shouldn't make any big difference.
Jan
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answered Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
Jan
24
comment Can't SSH into Ubuntu server
Take a dive in /var/log/syslog ;)
Jan
24
comment Configure Message Of The Day - Ubuntu Server 14 LTS
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Jan
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comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
Ben Grimm is right, you send packets out on the first listed interface. You have a faulty setup. Would be nice if you added the content of /etc/network/interfaces to the question. I assume you haven't manually tried to alter the routing table?
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