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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Moving Ubuntu to New System (Upgrade Hardware)

    This thread is nearly a year old, but I ended up here, so someone else may too. As a former Windows power user, I can clarify some of the previous posts. The comments about the installation being...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NetBios broadcasts, SMB connecting

    Why would you think that your laptop is not "officially" joining the office domain? It probably is. Not only a domain, but a true server-client network, and not a peer-peer file sharing network. ...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Direction Unknown for all connections in Firestarter

    Right clicking on Events, the menu item Show Column sets the information to be displayed in Events. By default, In and Out are not checked. That is for displaying events only, however. You use...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: accessing hard drive on PC with linux on USB

    I think you would do better to create a Linux partition on the hard drive, and not try to use the NTFS partition for storage when working with Linux. While the Linux driver can read/write to the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 10.10 and XP network problem

    The MSHOME workgroup that requested Username and Password, is the proper display for the XP home network. The WORKGROUP display is for non-Microsoft networks, hence Ubuntu shows up here. You should...
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    [ubuntu] Re: vonage device splits download speed

    Well, you really didn't say how your computers are connected to the single port in the Vonage router. You could be using a hub, which differs from a switch in that all of the ports receive all of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: pptp VPN - client-to-client routing

    I believe this solution is really intended for a more complex situation in which multiple networks, which aren't supposed to interface, use the server for the purpose you've intended. Of course it...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Internet stops working when under load- [Atheros-ar9285 driver]

    You need to set the rate of your device with IWCONFIG wlan0 rate 54M, etc., so the the rate doesn't revert to a lower setting that you want (use the highest that your router can handle). The other...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Limiting when the Internet can be accessed

    Many routers have this capability within their settings, and of course, that makes sure that no other machines use your connection to defeat a setting on a specific machine. Kids are great at...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Limited wireless transfer rate

    If the chip IS overheating, the only practical solution is to cool your system. That's fan's for a desktop, and perhaps a cooling lap for a laptop. Overheating leads to eventual failure. :-(
  11. Re: Wifi issues on DSL--- Atheros Communications Inc. AR5001 Wireless

    OK, I guess Ubuntu 10.10 is too much for the pendrive. The (new) madwifi with the ath5k driver (included in Ubuntu 9.10 versions and later) is the proper software for your chipset.

    Visit...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Can't load websites when torrents are downloading.

    This sounds like a bandwidth issue that's independent of operating systems. Also some applications are known to be bandwidth hogs. Some torrents, which I personally avoid, also employ a ratio...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Print to a networked printer

    I'm assuming that you don't need to have two networks, though in effect, that's what you've created. If the router in the office is to serve simply as an access point, then it should have an IP in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Limited wireless transfer rate

    Since internet download rates can vary with respect to the internet itself, the real way to test is to measure DTR across the LAN. If that corroborates your findings, I might wonder if computer...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: connectivity between two network using ubuntu as router

    The point in having two networks with IPs as you've assigned is that they don't see each other. Enabling routing is only one of the issues in connecting them; you need to bridge them as well. The...
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    [ubuntu] Re: WPA/TKIP working but not WPA2/AES

    The obvious question is what does your wireless adapter support? Both devices must support the configured scheme for it to work. Also, the router's configuration may be limited if there are both...
  17. Re: Wifi issues on DSL--- Atheros Communications Inc. AR5001 Wireless

    If you use one of this year's versions of Ubuntu, the new madwifi is included. You should be able then to configure the device with IWCONFIG.
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Wireless Printing with an HP Photosmart c4500 series

    There is one important point that you have overlooked. When the built-in print server is configured to use DHCP, the lease can expire and the IP may change. The workstations won't be updated, and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: usb installation in netbook

    Permissions are handled differently by different Linux distros. Ubuntu users who wish to use the terminal as root have to preface the command(s) with the "sudo" command.
  20. [ubuntu] Re: [10.04] Netgear WPN311 setup in EVGA-based machine

    Just a quick peek on the web, and it looks like the chipset is not supported by the native Ubuntu driver. You probably should try ndiswrapper with the proprietary Windows driver.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cannot connect to secure network

    What exactly is the problem. Do you need to have the MAC address of your adapter registered?
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Resolve hostname when using DHCP wireless router

    The fact that your router gives you IP leases for your machines (yes, they can change or be renewed), has nothing to do with your DNS servers. They are assigned by your ISP, and yes, you can...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Network-manager WPA connection problem

    You should be aware that some wireless adapters (I have no idea about yours) can be configured as access points. I have one that will operate as both a station and an access point at the same time. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dual Interfaces

    I suggest you ask your IT people for the solution. This is not the place to discuss strategies that can be employed in breaching corporate intranets, regardless of your intentions.
  25. Re: Acer Aspire One drops wlan connections after 10 minutes

    My first suspicion would be that it's related to the netbook's internal antenna. You might want to experiment with different locations relative to the access point, i.e., clear line of sight,...
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