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  1. Thread: router setup

    by bobnn
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    [all variants] Re: router setup

    Here's are excerpts of what I use, but I have no PPPOE.

    This 3 ethernet interfaces are handled in /etc/network/interfaces, which can address bot static addressing and DHCP.

    All standard...
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    Re: Can't login remotly using SSH

    "debug1: connect to address 192.168.1.100 port 1022: Connection refused"

    port 1022 is not the standard - port 22 is - are you using the same port for all your test connections?

    ETA: I'm...
  3. Thread: Cleaning Boot

    by bobnn
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    Re: Trying to clean Boot... Help needed please

    Bashing-om: Thanks for those links clarifying the Kernel situation - that secodn link in particular made every thing clear.

    Awesome that I'll be able to try newer kernels when/if I buy newer H/W!
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    [SOLVED] Re: need copy/paste working

    Ummm - these (bolded) things might be related.

    Some will dislike me saying this, but I'd use 12.04 - 14.04 is still pretty new, with some "fit and finish" things being ironed out.

    I'll let...
  5. Thread: Cleaning Boot

    by bobnn
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    Re: Trying to clean Boot... Help needed please

    Hmmm - well you know more aboutit than I do.

    I will say that I've been doing what I advised for years, but I don't typically do a lot of dpkg stuff - unless I get it from someone like you. I...
  6. Thread: Cleaning Boot

    by bobnn
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    Re: Trying to clean Boot... Help needed please

    So, I see that nobody actually suggested simply deleting the files, without using the package manager.

    I mean literally remove the files using rm.

    Open a terminal window in the GUI.

    In that...
  7. Thread: Cleaning Boot

    by bobnn
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    Re: Trying to clean Boot... Help needed please

    ON TOPIC:

    You don't need to use dpkg to free up room in /boot. Just delete the older files you are not using.

    This will list the files sorted in time order, oldest on the bottom:


    ls -lt
  8. Re: iptables - one internal, two external networks

    I'm not sure I understand. Why would you change what IPs google.com resolves to? Your 3 NIC servers shold already be routing that.

    If you want your 3 legged server to also be a web proxy, you...
  9. [wubi] Re: Wireless button on keyboard does not turn on

    I have sometimes had luck with this opening a terminal and using:


    sudo nmcli nm wifi on
  10. Re: iptables - one internal, two external networks

    The MASQUERADE or SNAT target in iptables for the corporate interface will make forwarded client traffic look like it is coming from the server.

    For example,


    iptables -t nat -s...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Connecting 3 Computers--for use in a Small Library

    So if you have internet connectivity, you must have network connnectivity (whatever tyhe warning box says) and the issue is connectivity to the server.

    So, can you ping the server?


    ping...
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    Re: Ubuntu's Insane Apache Configuration System

    I too have been amazed/puzzled at what Debian does to the configurations of "standard" middleware. What they did to the eminently readable Postfix configuration main.cf should be illegal.

    Still,...
  13. [all variants] Re: Firefox always connects to duckduckgo on startup

    The connections don't bother me that much, since no data is sent or received. I just want to know why it's doing that - and who put that in and where.
  14. [all variants] Re: Firefox always connects to duckduckgo on startup

    Zac:

    Interesting that you're here and haven't (yet) an answer.

    I know that this is off topic for this forum, but: Firefox on Centos6 10.0.0.11 - real old - and IceWeasel on the latest...
  15. [all variants] Re: Firefox always connects to duckduckgo on startup

    Been there, done that. Default is google.
  16. Thread: Phantom file

    by bobnn
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    [all variants] Re: Phantom file

    try

    ls -alb

    to see any possible non-printing characters in the filename.

    for example I did:
  17. [all variants] Firefox always connects to duckduckgo on startup

    Ubuntu and Lubuntu 11.10 Firefox 17.01.

    This happens in a fresh profile and even in safe-mode.

    Startpage and homepage set to blank.

    Does not happen on firefox 17.01 on Windows 7.

    Packet...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem with D-LINK DGE-530T GIGABIT CARD

    Any news on this? I'd like to use this card on 10.04.1 LTS, as it does Gigabit and comes with half height brackets, but if it can;t stand the traffic it will be useless to me.
  19. Thread: GPG error?

    by bobnn
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    Re: GPG error?

    This part, by itself, worked for me on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. And it's 5 years later - why don't they fix this thing? It's still the exact same message: "BADSIG 40976EAF437D05B5..."
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