I am completely new to using Lubuntu (version 12.10 x86 alternative version). I am familiar with Windows interfaces but I see Linux is, in respect to installing/configuring programs, command based.
The instructions to change host from 127.0.0.1 to 0.0.0.0 (to allow remote access) is to run "sudo vim /etc/schooltool/standard/paste.ini" in the command terminal. Apart from getting messages saying vim was not a command, I managed to install the necessary program/files to make it so.
All good; I run the above command and get a box with the content of paste.ini. I press the Insert key to replace the host IP. But from thereon I have no clue how to save that. I see no save option under File (or any menus at the top of the window). When it comes to reopening the file with "sudo vim...." the host has retained what it was before: 127.0.0.1. This also occurs after restarting the schooltool service.
How do I enforce the changes I make to the host so that they stick?