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    [ubuntu] Fixing configuration after a reinstall.

    First off, apologies if this is a commonly known problem, but I couldn't really find anything too useful by doing a search, possibly because of not really knowing what keywords would best describe...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Set ethX as failsafe system for ethY

    Never knew bonding had that many useful applications, just thought it was good for sharing network connections forward. Always nice to learn something new though. And it looks like a perfect solution...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Need help setting up interfaces (2 NICs for 2 purposes)

    Your LAN NIC (eth0) shouldn't have a gateway configured though, since gateway is by definition the route through which you can connect to other networks, i.e. outside your LAN. Also the main routing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Set ethX as failsafe system for ethY

    Well, I did some further digging and found this tutorial for Dead Gateway Detection, which sounds like just the thing you're looking for, it's just a little old as a document.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant enable wireless internet

    Ok, you're going to have to give a little more information than that. Do you mean not being able to tick the "Enable Wireless" on the Network Manager or that you're having a problem with getting...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Set ethX as failsafe system for ethY

    Well, you could configure them both available and enable load balancing. That way if one goes down, the other is naturally used. Or alternatively make a script for taking eth1 down that loads eth2...
  7. [all variants] Re: Possible to install or upgrade to Karmic with a non-default kernel?

    No settings to lose, since it's a fresh install, so I guess I'll give upgrading a try. The only annoying part about re-installing is that since I didn't find an image for Jaunty UNR anymore, have to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless & Sound

    For fixing up the wireless, why don't you run lshw -c network and post the results here to give us a bit more information?
  9. [ubuntu] Re: I Cant get my wireless network to work please help me

    Like ublintu said, you should use the Broadcom STA driver (that those post help you to install) for BCM4311. The problem with your setup however, is that ssb (shown as b43-pci-bridge) hogs the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: dapper basic networking failed

    Well, what does line 18 of the /etc/networking/interfaces file say (probably wouldn't hurt to paste the whole file here either, just in case)?
  11. [all variants] Possible to install or upgrade to Karmic with a non-default kernel?

    Ok, I originally tried to install Karmic on my netbook, but that didn't really work out, because it failed to boot the 2.6.31-14-generic kernel. UNR live session worked, install didn't. Pure Ubuntu...
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    Re: UNR refusing to boot.

    Well, getting to the command line of GRUB naturally works, if you get GRUB to load. I can get that far too, but didn't mention it, since it seemed rather obvious.

    If you mean getting to the...
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    UNR refusing to boot.

    After installing UNR as a dual-boot with Windows 7 on my new netbook, I cannot boot into it. The install went through without producing any errors and grub shows UNR and Windows there just fine....
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Removed nm applet from panel, now no connection

    Not really, if a connection was made and the nm-applet was still running on the background, it seems odd why it wouldn't work. Possibly the routing table wasn't formed correctly back then though, but...
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    [SOLVED] Re: 9.10 partitions on install.

    I see, on further research into the matter, the limit is not of four primary partitions, but four partitions in total. That means 3 primaries + 1 extended at best.

    And thus the installer started...
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    [SOLVED] Re: 9.10 partitions on install.

    Thanks for the tip, sounds plausible. I was already wondering why they set up all the partitions as primary ones, since I never did that myself except for the ones that require to be booted from and...
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    [SOLVED] 9.10 partitions on install.

    Ok, so I bought a netbook the other day and it currently has Windows 7 installed on it. So, today I finally got around to installing UNR on it as a dual-boot. After first having huge problems with...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Removed nm applet from panel, now no connection

    Both nm-applet and the volume applet are actually located on the Notification Area (pretty much the equivalent of System Tray on Windows), which is the thing you probably killed from the panel. Try...
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    [SOLVED] Re: was fine in Hardy, but not in Karmic!

    @scoopy: I cannot see a Broadcom device on the lspci output, thus if you have a wireless PCI card with a Broadcom chip in it, it's not getting recognized. The only reference to wireless is the:
    Bus...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Two NIC's no internet

    The problem is most likely a routing issue, where you have two NICs and with both of them having a gateway in configuration, thus two default gateways. This is a problem, because both routes can't be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: WiFi not working on 9.10

    @Linux_Ubunt: The b43 driver needs a proprietary piece of firmware to work and Broadcom has such a license on it, that it cannot be distributed with the Linux kernel itself. Thus, you have to use the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Two NIC problem: eth0 intranet, eth1 internet

    Did you add them into the interfaces file? That way you'd have all the configuration in one file. Of course, can always create an external script out of those commands and just have it executed at...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Assistance on Removing Ath5k and installing madwifi

    What I was getting at though, is that if when following his steps you managed to compile (make step) and install (sudo make install step) the driver properly, it'd make this a driver configuration...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Mobile broadband connects but Firefox and Evolution don't

    Ah yes, I forgot you could do that on GUI. It probably is better that they're over there, so you can find them more easily. Glad you got it working though.



    It got rid of the earlier values for...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: how to disable 'Auto usb0' in NetworkManager Applet

    @nixscripter: Network Manager actually ignores what's written in /etc/network/interfaces. It reads its configuration from the gconf, i.e., xml files stored in the users home directory. Quite an...
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