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  1. Re: NetworkManager,dnsmasq and search domains....

    Those are just made up IP's to cover the real ones.. They are all actually public ips. The google one was in there but didn't feel the need to hide it :)
  2. Re: NetworkManager,dnsmasq and search domains....

    This was a fresh install to 16.10. Here is the files:

    ~  cat /etc/hosts localhost elementX1

    # The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
    ::1 ...
  3. NetworkManager,dnsmasq and search domains....

    I have an issue that is driving me crazy. I'm running Ubuntu 16.10. When connected to my companies network I get my proper DHCP information which includes search domains. The search domains are as...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Dual-boot OS X 10.8.4 / Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bits on MacBookPro9,1

    I was able to get Ubuntu 13.04 installed with relatively little hassle. If you aren't dead set on using a LTS version I would go wtih the newest possible version as the hardware is better supported
  5. [ubuntu] Re: u260 keyboard sends first key pressed endlessly, unusable

    How is everything else working after the BIOS update? I am thinking about buying this laptop but don't see much in the forums regarding it.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Re: Improved look for windows in Ubuntu

    I like it a lot! Its very clean as it definitely leaves out some of the unnecessary stuff. For example, once you hit the back and forward buttons it is painfully obvious what they do. They don't need...
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    Sticky: [other] Re: Intel Mac (Mactel) FAQ

    I would definitely try with a Ethernet connection. There might be issues with your wireless card!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dual Monitor Dual Workspace

    Just thought I would chime in here. I run Awesome WM,, which does exactly what you are asking. By default you get 9 workspaces for each monitor. You can be on any...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Headphone Audio not working in 9.04

    Hey guys, I don't use Ubuntu, but I came across this thread while trying to solve some problems with my Fedora 11 install. I ended up putting the line "options snd-hda-intel model=g71v" in the file...
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