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    [ubuntu] Re: How to permanently mount NAS?

    Try this command:

    gvfs-mount -l
    This will show you everything that GVFS has mounted. If your NAS is listed, then GVFS is handling the NAS.
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to permanently mount NAS?

    In linux, ~/ is a user's home directory (usually /home/username/). ~bob/ would go to bob's home directory, and ~/ always goes to the home directory of the current user.

    So, ~/.gvfs/ is probably...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to permanently mount NAS?

    /etc/mtab is formatted just like /etc/fstab...

    so in
    /dev/sda3 / ext4 rw,errors=remount-ro 0 0

    /dev/sda3 is the device
    / is the mount point
    ext4 is the filesystem type

    This is not your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need help/advice home server for movies

    I like Serviio for streaming music and movies from a server to DLNA clients (like my PS3) on the LAN. Serviio does have a "library refresh" rate, but I've never had problems with the client showing...
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    [all variants] Re: DHCP ports closed

    Does this help?

    DHCP uses the same two ports assigned by IANA for BOOTP: destination UDP port 67 for sending data to the server, and UDP port 68 for data to the client. DHCP communications are...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dual Nic / Dual Public IP

    This is definitely possible. I'm using a Dual WAN setup right now!

    Try this how-to.

    You need to enable both NICs, then setup the routing table.
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to permanently mount NAS?

    Connect to it using Nautilus, then look in "/etc/mtab" to see what was mounted and how. I suspect it's being mounted via "gvfs". Look around for "auto mount gvfs".

    /etc/mtab shows currently...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Problem with connecting to the internet via Ethernet

    What version of Ubuntu are you using?
    What have you tried?
    How do you know it hasn't worked?
    Can another computer on your network get to the internet?


    See these for help...

    ...
  9. [other] [CentOS] Networking woes... "network is unreachable"

    Problem
    Whenever I try to add the default route (with or without the iface specified), I get an error:

    # route add default gw 192.168.1.254 dev eth1
    SIOCADDRT: Network is unreachable
    I'm able...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can not set up NFS network

    "server.mydomain.com" is used as an example. Another example could be "nfs.google.com" if there was an NFS server at that location. It's recommended that you use an IP address rather than a domain...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can not set up NFS network

    What ever you put in /etc/fstab will be mounted at boot time. You don't need your NFS mounts in /etc/fstab unless you want them to be mounted automatically, or if you want users to be able to mount...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can not set up NFS network

    As far as I know I'm not related to any W Virginians.



    One thing I've found about Linux is that a lot of things are backward compatible. What I mean is that if you use an old How To it will...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: How to unarchive an archive generated by "ar cr"

    Is "ar cr x.a x1.o x2.0" a program?
    If you right click the file and select Properties you'll hopefully see the file type. If it's a compressed file try opening it in file-roller (you can press...
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    [ubuntu] Re: F-Spot problems

    So, what are you trying to do? I couldn't find a problem in your post...

    When I open F-Spot it has all my images. I can select Import from the Photo menu and import more pictures, but I'm not sure...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can not set up NFS network

    /etc/exports lists the files and folders that are available for remote mounting over NFS. It won't work without that file.

    I used this how to with success.
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    [ubuntu] Re: limited connection to internet

    The sed command won't produce output if it worked without error. So when you ran it the first time and it didn't appear to do anything, it worked (for most commands, no output means it worked). Since...
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    [ubuntu] Re: limited connection to internet

    I'd definitely try this first, it's much simpler ;)
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    [ubuntu] Re: limited connection to internet

    The Network Manager applet should be on the top of the screen, to the left of the clock. It should look like
    http://i43.tinypic.com/2a9d6zc.png OR http://i39.tinypic.com/v8hhkz.jpg OR...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recomend a good download scheduler

    For general downloading, I like axel (it's command line only, but you could use it from gnome-schedule if you wanted to). Axel is in the repo's and can be installed through synaptic.

    What makes...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Why wont my wireless connect.

    If Mokoma helps you fix the problem by installing the newest version, please be sure to post back here when you're done and tell us that it's working, or still doesn't. Instant messaging is usually...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recomend a good download scheduler

    wget is a command line program, yes. You can use gnome-schedule to create a crontab entry. I don't remember if gnome-schedule is installed by default. If you don't have it you can install it through...
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    Re: will my touchscreen work?

    No idea. But you could try a LiveCD first to find out! The regular desktop cd is a LiveCD and the install cd. Just insert the disk and restart.
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    [ubuntu] Re: limited connection to internet

    The interface 'lo' is for the local loopback. It's important, and is set correctly in your interfaces file.

    When you restart and can't get online, do you have an IP address? If you have an IP and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't Mount External Hard Drive

    I guess the external drive in question is ~750GB? Just want to be sure we're dealing with the correct device.

    When you use the mount command, you need to know the filesystem type (in this case,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't Mount External Hard Drive

    You can use the command dmesg to view info about attached drives. Once you find the right device name (such as sda) you can try to mount the drive from the command line and hopefully get more...
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