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Dec
25
answered Accesing a folder shared by Ubuntu 11.10 laptop by Ubuntu 11.10 PC does not work
Dec
25
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
You wrote that with windows it's working. Maybe you can provide us with the exact windows network settings?
Dec
25
revised Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
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Dec
25
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
Uh ok. Sorry, I thought this would help. It seems as if there is a difficult network problem which is not easy to solve without having access to the system. So unfortunately I don't have any better ideas than to give you more tips and hints how you could find the source for your problem on your own. I'll expand my answere.
Dec
24
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
Did you try the answere I posted? I suppose you didn't get the correct IPv4 address through DHCP for some reason and there is no IPv6 router.
Dec
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
22
answered Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
Dec
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awarded  Commentator
Dec
22
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
There is no IPv4 address at eth0, is this on purpose?
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
21
answered I have 10 PC's of which I want to set up a centralised ubuntu server
Dec
21
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
Yeah thats true. I wanted to say a driver issue.
Dec
21
comment Ubuntu 10.10 trash CPU overload
I think you should file a bug on Launchpad (and link to this question here in the bug description). Does it hapen also with an empty trash bin? What about other users on the same machine?
Dec
21
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Network not working
Can you ping 127.0.0.1? The output of ifconfig might help to resolve any network errors (if it's not a hardware issue).
Dec
21
comment fork: Cannot allocate memory
I think you have to provide more details otherwise this won't be solveable. I suppose the machine you are describing is the ssh server you are connecting to? (and not the client) When this happens run free and post the output here (and what program caused the error)
Dec
21
comment Login as different user in Gnome if you are have root privileges
Yeah, this is great! :) Might be conseridered as dirty hack too but not so ugly - actually I find this quite beautiful and creative... So I could store permanently a user ghost and then I'd have to adjust only UID and home directory to login. But can I be sure that there are no possible conflicts if UID (or the home directory?) is not unique? Also there is the danger that some programs might use the user name of the logged in user to store things or so. This could mess up config files horrible... Actually when thinking through it, I'm afraid...
Dec
20
awarded  Editor
Dec
20
revised Login as different user in Gnome if you are have root privileges
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Dec
20
comment Login as different user in Gnome if you are have root privileges
How can I change the gnome-panel's position by using su or sudo? (without grawling around gconf or any xml files)
Dec
20
asked Login as different user in Gnome if you are have root privileges