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May
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revised Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
Update #2 - LAN Auth FAILS. AAAAUGH!
Apr
27
comment Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
@AndrejsCainikovs pastebin.com/NmKenVpD Line 18 makes mt think that my firewall isn't the issue, though.
Apr
27
comment Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
Yes, it's connected to the router perfectly.
Apr
26
comment Firefox “clone” for Ubuntu
@cipricus Umm, I use both Firefox Nightly and the "normal" build side-by-side, and I can tell you, as a fact, that, unless you've intentionally merged the config directories, they're going to have separate profiles. If you run ls ~.mozilla, you'll see that firefox and firefox-trunk are different directories.
Apr
26
comment Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
@AndrejsCainikovs I'll be very happy to oblige with any logfiles needed. Just tell me what you need, and I'll Pastebin it and post it here. As of now, the output of ssh -vvv pi@192.168.2.128 is exactly as appears here: pastebin.com/Nc1W8Mja
Apr
23
comment Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
@MeerBorg I'm already a user there, and I actually considered asking this there, BUT Ubuntu is the only one having issues connecting. If I couldn't connect via any method, I'd suspect an issue with the Pi itself, but since Ubuntu is the odd one out here, I made the decision to ask it on this site.
Apr
23
revised Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
HTTP(S) connections are also not available locally, BUT I noticed that Ubuntu can connect to my external IP.
Apr
22
comment Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
There's really nothing interesting, just a "connection refused" message: pastebin.com/Nc1W8Mja
Apr
22
revised I burnt Ubuntu to a cd, and when I went to install it, it asked me to remove the cd and press enter. Then it booted into windows
Answer 2.0: Grub Installation Instructions
Apr
22
comment ubuntu 12.10 not updating
Hey... another good DNS provider is Google's DNS - they don't screw up nxdomain like OpenDNS does. Primary server is 8.8.8.8 secondary 8.8.4.4.
Apr
22
comment Why “sudo apt-get install” doesn't find a package?
Hey, if I fixed it, I would appreciate it a lot if you'd click the green checkmark to the left of my answer. This marks your problem as solved, which makes it easier for new users to get help with their Ubuntu issues, also I get some Reputation as a reward for being so helpful (also, you get a little reputation ;)
Apr
22
comment How do you make USB bootable on chromebook
Hey, if my answer solved your problem, be sure to Accept it by clicking the green checkmark to the left of the answer.
Apr
22
asked Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
Apr
18
comment How to force installation of incompatible extensions in Chromium/Chrome?
@ændrük It would still be nice to know how to forcibly install extensions in Chrome, let's go ahead and leave this open.
Apr
6
revised Why “sudo apt-get install” doesn't find a package?
Grammar, spelling, formatting - you name it, I fixed it.
Apr
6
comment Why “sudo apt-get install” doesn't find a package?
Please don't say "newest", as this can change over time. The newest LTS release is 12.04 Precise Pangolin(which I use.) The latest Public release is 12.10 Quantal Quetzal. The latest latest release (as of time of writing) is the 13.04 Raring Ringtal beta. So please edit the proper version into your question. (there is an edit link right above this comment, just to the right of "share".)
Apr
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Apr
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revised Why “sudo apt-get install” doesn't find a package?
Fleshed out this bare-bones answer...
Apr
6
answered Why “sudo apt-get install” doesn't find a package?