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    [ubuntu] Re: 12.04.4 Broadcom Wireless Problem

    Yes it does actually, I found a usb stick with 13.04 on and that works.

    I think I'll download 13.10 and give it a spin.

    Thanks for the help.
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Wireless connection has disappeared! Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on Advent T1600

    Your wifi card may be under the keyboard, if there are no other removable panels on the back.
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    [ubuntu] Re: 12.04.4 Broadcom Wireless Problem

    Thanks for that. The bios on this laptop is very limited in terms of configuration. Apart from enable/disable the wireless card there isn't anything to choose. One peculiarity of the bios is that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 12.04.4 Broadcom Wireless Problem

    Here you go:

    http://paste.ubuntu.com/6911512/
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    [ubuntu] Re: 12.04.4 Broadcom Wireless Problem

    The wireless works when I boot the machine into Windows 7, so I do not believe this is a hardware issue.

    This happened after I attempted to upgrade from 12.04.1 to 12.04.4

    I now have the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 12.04.4 Broadcom Wireless Problem

    Here we go:


    lspci -nn
    00:00.0 Host bridge [0600]: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] RS690 Host Bridge [1002:7910]
    00:01.0 PCI bridge [0604]: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] RS690...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 12.04.4 Broadcom Wireless Problem

    I will post the output from those three commands tomorrow, but the second only picks up the ethernet connection. lspci showed nothing related to the wireless but I didn't use -nn.

    Thanks.
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    [ubuntu] 12.04.4 Broadcom Wireless Problem

    This issue seems to be a little different to the normal Boradcom wireless problem. I upgraded from 12.04.1 to 12.04.4 following these instructions:
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  9. [ubuntu] Re: Switching Server OS Drive to New Hardware

    Your network connection will also go wonky as the network card(s) in the new hardware will have different MAC addresses. for example eth1 will not work and a new eth2 will appear.
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    [ubuntu] Re: zenmap found 5 open ports?

    I assume you ran zenmap on the actual machine and not on a different machine on the same network. It may be that the ports which are open are internal facing and so not a problem.
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    [ubuntu] Re: No Public IP Address

    Having a look through the log files should help shed some light on what's happening. I think auth.log will be the one you want to look at. Try connecting from outside your network and note down the...
  12. Re: Is Ubuntu Server static IP by default, and if not, how can I make it so?

    You are given the option to choose the networking setup when going through the installation. I think the default is to use DHCP though.
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    Re: ubuntu seriously lagging, freezing

    Previously I have had a kernel update which cause similar issues. A subsequent update sorted it.
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    Re: Couple of home server questions

    I found VirtualBox was easy to get up and running on the desktop version of 12.04, and I found it very useful in terms of being a beginner at virualisation.

    @Sandyd, I hadn't come across Proxmox...
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    Re: Install Problems

    Bit of an oddball suggestion, but I had an old server which I had all kinds of random problems installing ubuntu server on which turned out to be due to the cd drive being full of dust and the lens...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New to Servers

    I agree, I normally setup a new server as a VM on my test machine, making good notes of the setup/configuration, then once I am happy setup the live server. Also being able to clone a production VM...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New to Servers

    I find the best thing about VMs is being able to create multpile copies and snapshots of specific VMs so that I can experiment and then roll back if (or more likely when) I hose one. Also by running...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: KeePass / KeePassX - How to synchronize between Ubuntu and Windows?

    I use Spideroak to sync the database between ubuntu, windows and Android.
  19. Thread: Can't login

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    [all variants] Re: Can't login

    I had this issue when the permissions got messed up on my home folder.
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    [lubuntu] Re: internet problem

    your ISP may block ports such as port 80 to stop you running a server at home
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    [lubuntu] Re: internet problem

    Once you have setup port forwarding don't be suprised if a lot of people apprently in China suddenly try and access your server.

    I would give careful thought to which ports you open to outside...
  22. Re: Syncing a Windows laptop with a Linux server over the web

    Spideroak may be a more paletable option as the data is encrypted and they don't have access. It will also run on ubuntu server.

    I use Dropbox for things I don't mind being visible/readable by...
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    Re: Server Issue

    What is the vpn running on? I have just had fun and shenanigans setting up a connection to my work VPN which uses a Sonicwall device, I got the connection working but couldn't actually access...
  24. [all variants] Re: Multipurpose Home Server: Use virtual servers?

    I setup a "base" VM which I clone when I want to start something new. Once I have a VM that is ready for production I use snapshots or clone it completely before trying upgrades or tinkering with...
  25. [all variants] Re: Multipurpose Home Server: Use virtual servers?

    I like using virtual machines like you describe more to avoid conflicts and to save me from myself.

    If you mess up one thing then it won't take everything else with it.

    If you go down the VM...
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