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answered How to monitor USB webcam bandwidth usage?
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comment Install multiple CA-Certificates on Ubuntu 12.04
Try to see the file /var/log/wpa_supplicant, if you have problems with the certificates you have, you could see something like: ":SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed" or "err='unable to get local issuer certificate'"
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comment Install multiple CA-Certificates on Ubuntu 12.04
BTW, i've tried to connect with a bogus certificate in my network, and do not have any warning about the certificate, just enter in a loop asking for my password. I just notice in /var/log/message this message "wlan0: deauthenticating from xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx by local choice (reason=3)"
Sep
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comment Install multiple CA-Certificates on Ubuntu 12.04
Today I've tried to connect to my wireless network with der and pem certificates and works fine. Check this link to see if the certificate files you have are valid support.ssl.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/19
Sep
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comment Install multiple CA-Certificates on Ubuntu 12.04
Now I don't know by heart which file could work better in linux, but it could be the mac version :) That certificate files you introduce in the CA-Certificate field. Regarding the inner authentication, if you use username/password, probably it is MSCHAPv2. Btw, use your username in anonymous and identity.
Sep
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comment Install multiple CA-Certificates on Ubuntu 12.04
Why do you need multiple CA-Certificates? You just need one to validate you AP (CA-Certificate). If your authentication is done via certificates (TLS), then NetworkManager have the option to introduce your public and private certificates (User Certificate and Private key).
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answered Using USB-to-Ethernet with Ubuntu 12.04
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answered Is it possible to log into home directory via the internet
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answered How to monitor USB webcam bandwidth usage?
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comment 12.04 How to automatically boot to single user mode with auto login
you really want boot the machine in single user mode (run level 1) or at run level 3 (all services up, just command line without X server). And to startup an application you always can use upstart script or something like that. A link who could explain better the run levels: linfo.org/runlevel_def.html.
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comment mount remotely mybook live network drive
you don't need to open ftp port, just ssh (tcp/22)
Oct
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comment mount remotely mybook live network drive
Did you try the option port of mount.cifs (sets the port number on which the client will attempt to contact the CIFS server), for example, add in options port=8445 if in the router you do port forward from 8445 to 445.
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answered mount remotely mybook live network drive
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comment Java JRE will not install due to “tar: Error is not recoverable” error
I don't have sure about version 7, but in 6, JRE from OpenJDK and Sun are different, for example, the VPN application I use in my company doesn't work with OpenJDK, just with JRE from Sun.
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comment How do I enable the “Other” user for login with Active Directory?
I also join my test machine to the domain with likewise, and in terminal doing "su - <user>" it works fine, but still don't have the "other" in X login.