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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Trusty: Unstable wifi ATH5k - fails "REASON=4"

    Appears to have been solved - many thanks!

    Stupidly I tried variants of both those, but individually. The problems seem to have been caused by both, so having both fixes in place has worked.
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Trusty: Unstable wifi ATH5k - fails "REASON=4"

    Hi Jeremy and thanks for the quick reply. Yep done that and it didn't work. Left it now on WPA2-PSK (AES) to reduce number of potential problems. For avoidance of doubt, done the whole ifdown and...
  3. [SOLVED] Trusty: Unstable wifi ATH5k - fails "REASON=4"

    Hi all. I have a variant of this common problem.

    My wifi is up and down like a ***** ********. All updates are in place and I have gone through my friend Goole at length and tried a few things...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Google authenticator over SSH for only certain users/ports

    The answer is, of course, to run two instances of SSH, pointing to different ports with only one enabling Google Authenticator. There is a useful howto here:
    ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Calling SSH PAM file - multiple servers

    User error. My /etc/init.d/ssh2 script was calling sshd rather than sshd2.
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    [SOLVED] Calling SSH PAM file - multiple servers

    I have two SSH servers set up along the lines in this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1497376

    I want different PAM files for each server (ie ssh referring to /etc/pam.d/sshd and...
  7. [SOLVED] Google authenticator over SSH for only certain users/ports

    Is there a way of getting Google Authenticator to be required only when using certain users or accessing SSH server by certain ports? I only want to provide a challenge code when accessing SSH from...
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    Re: Python: Searching for contents in __str__

    Thanks both - that's really helpful. I was using the string because I am ripping off the Blackjack programme in Python Programming for the Absolute Beginner and the string is the method used to...
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    Python: Searching for contents in __str__

    I am trying to create a specialist dominos programme, where the __str__ method of each hand is populated by dominos such as "1|6\t3|6\t6|6"

    To start I need to find the hand with "6|6" and wrote...
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    [ubuntu] apt-get upgrade very slow

    Downloading updates and files is quick, but recently the 'building dependency tree' part of apt-get upgrade and apt-get dist-upgrade is VERY slow. It can take several minutes. Any ideas?

    Thanks
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    [ubuntu] TwinView has moved panel items to windows

    I have successfully set up TwinView to run in separate X sessions. A couple of questions:

    1) Is there a way of having each screen as separate workspaces of one session? I know I can stretch a...
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Bump ad nauseum, in requiem, in flagrante delicto.

    Amen
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    [all variants] HP DV6815 - error on boot

    This is not a big problem, but I get untidy boot due to an error message "pnp: PnPACPI: METHOD_NAME__CRS failure for PNP0c02". Seems to be common with the HP DV6*** laptops, but I cannot understand...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No wired connection

    A couple of suggestion before I head off for the night:

    1) There is no "auto eth0" in your interfaces file. It needs it.
    2) While you copied the different IP addresses from the post I directed...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No wired connection

    Sorry, I assumed your router was DHCP rather than static IP. If your router requires a static IP follow the instructions here
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    [ubuntu] Re: No wired connection

    Try adding the following line to the interfaces file:



    auto eth0
    iface eth0 inet dhcp

    you then need to
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    [ubuntu] Re: No wired connection

    Aha. So it has located and put in place the network card. It is the network settings. Post the output of
    sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces

    and also
    ifconfig -a

    and also try
    sudo ifup...
  18. Thread: ufw an samba

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    [ubuntu] Re: ufw an samba

    It depends on what your network address is. Some use 192.168.1.0, others 192.168.0.0. Check your ifconfig.

    The /nn is about how many addresses are permitted for samba. The 192.168.0.0/24 means...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No wired connection

    Sorry. but this is not a DHCP problem. Your OS does not recognise your ethernet port - ie it has not properly supported the hardware so it goes nowhere near the DHCP server. Please post the output...
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Someone told me to speak less technical. So I told them to F.1 - 0.001

    BUMPP
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    [ubuntu] Re: External 2.5" Hard Drive Caddy.

    Seems to be an occasional problem relating to USB drivers. it is certainly not loading the device properly according to the dmesg output, but then you knew that from post 1, so apologies for...
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    [all variants] Re: Port forwarding fails

    Nope. ISP is not blocking Port 80 as I can access my router control panel externally, if I set it to be on Port 80. I have also tried forwarding public port nnnn to server Port 80 and that also...
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    [all variants] Re: Port forwarding fails

    Bump. Now, don't all rush at once!
  24. [all variants] Re: GRUB entries being displayed after selecting OS

    Can you post the contents of /boot/grub/menu.lst here?

    Are there any relevant errors occurring in dmesg (or you can browse through /var/log/syslog)?
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    [ubuntu] Re: External 2.5" Hard Drive Caddy.

    try locating the device in the /dev/ directory. To do this use


    dmesg

    and note tha last system message. Then plus in the drive and run dmesg again. It should give you indications of what...
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