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    Re: Network problem over Ethernet

    Have you tried a new network cable? Different LAN port on the router? Figured I'd ask since it's easy to check those things first before messing with the Ubuntu config files.
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    [ubuntu] Re: virtualbox

    It really depends on what you mean by "safer". For me, I like the convenience of not having to worry about hardware. If my vm host goes down due to hardware failure, I just build a new one and...
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    Re: Kernel panic occurs when downloading

    Have you tried installing a newer kernel? The latest is 3.12.7 from kernel.org. Newer hardware isn't always supported in the default kernels used by various distributions.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mail and security

    Yes, it is possible to get malware from mail in Ubuntu. Nothing is impossible, but with Ubuntu, it's less likely. Checking your email using a live cd would be safe, since a live cd session doesn't...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No networking between systems

    Try pinging the ip address of one computer from the other to verify that they're on the same network and actually can talk to each other. If they can, then I would suggest using scp instead of samba:...
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    Re: dual boot question

    I'd recommend using windows to set up a separate ntfs partition for your itunes library. Then, from your home folder, symlink to that ntfs partition. That way you don't have to use any special...
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    [other] Re: Ubuntu as Gateway/Router

    I prefer pfsense. It's free and very easy to set up. It's comes with VPN and RRD graphs ootb and you can quickly install extra packages such as Dansguardian from the web interface.
  8. Re: Nagios3: change default URL from /nagios to / ?

    Assuming you're using Apache, you can simply edit your default site in /etc/apache2/sites-available:

    change

    ...
    DocumentRoot /var/www
    ...
    <Directory /var/www>

    to
  9. Re: Help: Can't find OpenShot after installing through software center

    In the terminal, try running:

    sudo update-desktop-database

    You could also start Openshot from the command line:
    http://www.openshotusers.com/help/1.3/en/ar01s02.html
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    [xfce] Re: Can I use a different web browser?

    You could open a terminal and type "firefox" at the prompt to start firefox. Otherwise you can download and install chrome. I haven't touched xfce in a few years, but I believe you can edit the menus...
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    [SOLVED] Re: who should own files.

    Those permission sets and ownerships look about right for php files. I'm assuming these are on a web server somewhere?

    In general, the owner of the file should be the only one who can...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Jabberd2 Valid GoDaddy SSL Certificate?

    Here you go. Hope this helps:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4691699/how-to-convert-crt-to-pem
  13. Re: PXE Server For Installs and Diskless PXE for Frontend?

    For diskless workstations, you need to install an LTSP server. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP
  14. Re: PXE server 12.04 install will not use NFS export and always asks for cdrom

    I haven't tried using NFS, but I do network installs using tftpd-hpa. I know it's not the fix you're asking for, but if no one else comes through, then please do give it a try. Instructions can be...
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    Re: vboxautostart-service doesn't exist

    Sorry for the delay. I didn't catch your primary question the first time around, that you want the vms to autostart after boot. Here's another script:


    #!/bin/bash
    #
    #This init script...
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    [ubuntu] Re: TFTD-HPA shows now log information

    I just noticed there's nothing in my syslog about tftpd-hpa either. Interesting, I don't know where it logs to. Anyway, you can check /var/log/boot.log to see if your tftp service started up.
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    [ubuntu] Re: TFTD-HPA shows now log information

    Not really a fix, but have you tried symlinking /srv/pxeboot to /var/lib/tftpboot and just using the default settings of the tftpd-hpa service?
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    [ubuntu] Re: TFTD-HPA shows now log information

    Does the pxeboot folder have anything in it? And permissions for those?
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    [ubuntu] Re: TFTD-HPA shows now log information

    what are the contents of /srv/pxeboot and what are the permissions?
  20. [ubuntu] Re: HP2600N stopped printing on Ubuntu 12.04 , what to do?

    Go into the CUPS administration, http://localhost:631, and click Resume Printer
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    Re: vboxautostart-service doesn't exist

    Here's the contents of vboxautostart-service:

    #!/bin/sh
    #
    # VirtualBox autostart service init script.
    #
    # Copyright (C) 2012 Oracle Corporation
    #
    # This file is part of VirtualBox Open...
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    [ubuntu] Re: TFTD-HPA shows now log information

    It looks like there's a conflict in your TFTP directories.

    Try removing the TFTP_DIRECTORY line and changing the OPTIONS line to OPTIONS="-l -s /srv/pxeboot"
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    Re: Ubuntu update problem

    Sounds like a DNS problem. Check to see that your computer is using the proper DNS servers.
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    Re: Diferences between MTA and MDA.

    There are three parts to mail transport. The Mail Transport Agent (MTA), such as Postfix, is responsible for sending email to the correct destination. The Mail Delivery Agent (MDA) is what receives...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lan Internet Sharing

    All you really have to do is set ip forwarding and a single default route. To set ip forwarding, edit /etc/sysctl.conf and uncomment this line:

    #net.ipv4.ip_forward=1

    Your eth0 should be the...
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