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    [ubuntu] Re: problem with dvd burning !! plz help

    Hi,

    Recently upgraded to 8.10 from 7.10. Getting exactly the same problem when trying to burn a DVD (was working fine under 8.10).

    Done a bit of searching and thought it may have something to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NFS client can't see /home on server

    Hi, I have recently upgraded Gutsy -> Hardy and cannot mount NFS shares either. Am fairly sure that my problem relates to this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/213444.
    Have not managed to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: moving to hardy heron

    Hi,

    My honest opinion would be don't bother (especially if you have things working as you like them). I upgraded to Hardy last week and am now seriously regretting it. Spending the weekend reading...
  4. Re: VMWare networking - expose 2nd NIC ONLY to guest

    Hi,

    Cheers for the reply.
    Think I have solved it with the following setup on the host:


    ifconfig eth1 0.0.0.0 up

    This way the interface is up and available to the VM, but host will not use...
  5. VMWare networking - expose 2nd NIC ONLY to guest

    Hi,

    I am trying to test a router/firewall setup within VMWare. In order to do this I have installed a 2nd NIC in my host machine. The idea is that this will be connected to the WAN and a guest...
  6. Re: HOW TO: Network Manager and New Edgy Install (supports WPA)

    @jfanaian
    Thanks, that is exactly what I am doing. The problem is, if I add this to a script that is always executed on connection, it will screw up my connection to other APs.
    When I have a spare...
  7. Re: HOW TO: Network Manager and New Edgy Install (supports WPA)

    Result!

    Have been able to lay my hands on an identical laptop with factory settings (WinXP Pro)
    Still had problems connecting to access point using this (even though my other laptop was working...
  8. Re: HOW TO: Network Manager and New Edgy Install (supports WPA)

    Thanks featherking.

    Did as you suggested. Here is the output from running wificonnect.sh from a terminal:



    tom@tosh2:~$ ~/Desktop/wificonnect.sh
    wpa_supplicant: no process killed
    *...
  9. Re: HOW TO: Network Manager and New Edgy Install (supports WPA)

    Hi featherking

    Output from dmesg (after trying to connect to wireless) is

    [17179759.452000] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): eth1: link becomes ready
    [17179769.920000] eth1: no IPv6 routers present
    ...
  10. Re: HOW TO: Network Manager and New Edgy Install (supports WPA)

    Hi, I have just installed edgy on a brand new Toshiba A120 and am trying to get the Intel 3945 wireless to work.

    First of all I followed gotgenes instructions here.

    I now have Network Manager...
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