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  1. [ubuntu] Re: after update, system bell sound is unpleasant, and is doubled

    Volume is normal, and over-amplification is off. It's not a volume thing; the sound was actually a different sound, and it was doubled, happening two seconds apart.

    The problem persisted...
  2. [ubuntu] after update, system bell sound is unpleasant, and is doubled

    I'm running Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, and this morning it wanted to install some software updates, so I let it.

    Before the update, the system bell was something short, minimal, and pleasant-sounding.
    ...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting NFS server with "Files" application (getting "mount point does not exist

    NFS is a client-server protocol. I'm trying to share files between two laptops, so I'm using my Mac laptop as the server, and my Linux laptop as the client.

    Thanks for all the detailed...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting NFS server with "Files" application (getting "mount point does not exist

    Sure, I can create a mount point somewhere, but the question is, where does Nautilus expect the mount point to be?

    Since my last post, I successfully mounted my NFS server from the command line,...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting NFS server with "Files" application (getting "mount point does not exist

    I don't think so, because my server supports NFS versions 2 and 3:


    whiteandnerdy:~ ppelleti$ rpcinfo -u localhost nfs
    program 100003 version 2 is ready and waiting
    program 100003 version 3 is...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting NFS server with "Files" application (getting "mount point does not exist

    I did not create a mount point for "WhiteAndNerdy". Where am I supposed to create it?

    If I enter "nfs://WhiteAndNerdy.lan/" in the "enter server address", I get the exact same error message as I...
  7. [ubuntu] Mounting NFS server with "Files" application (getting "mount point does not exist")

    I have an NFS server on my network, and I would like to access it using the "Files" application on Ubuntu. I go to "Other Locations" and I can see my server:

    https://i.stack.imgur.com/m9rtg.png...
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