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  1. [ubuntu] Re: No eth0 in ifconfig after new motherboard installation (14.04)

    Fishing here: Is your ethernet turned on in your bios? The new install should have found the cards i/o ports if it was turned on in the bios.
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    [SOLVED] Re: uid gid cifs or something else

    The post from 1 day ago where the group id's and user ids were matched across Unix boxes should have fixed most of it. They have to match exactly and I mean exactly. Use "ls -lan" and compare the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NFS write speeds

    rsync is a network backup program. It has a file that is read when it is compiled that specifies which files are NOT to be compressed during file transfer. So a gif or tiff, which are already...
  4. [UbuntuGnome] Re: Simple When When I Plug in Eternet, WiFI gets Simply gets Screwed Up - Weird !

    Fishing here: Your eno1 interface is the wired interface and it has two 2001:69 IPv6 address plus the private network IP number. Could this be screwing up the router. Is your IP provider IPv6...
  5. Re: Ubuntu 14.04 stopped detecting D-Link DIR 600 wifi

    What does "ifconfig" show?

    What does "netstat -nr" show?

    What does "arp -n" show?
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    Re: wvdial & pppd connection dropping out

    This is really, really fishing but: pppoe is ppp over ethernet, which my Internet provider uses (CenturyLink). Buried at the very bottom of "man pppoe" is a paragraph that says: keep the mtu over...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NFS write speeds

    Could the "sync" option in exports slow things down. Does the client/server have to wait until a block is written before the next block is sent. async may work better.

    You mentioned that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu Mate blocks Internet

    Sounds like you might have two devices with the same IPv4 address. One device gets most of the traffic and the other R-pi occasionally get a packet because it is the (much) slower machine.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Internet connexion does not work anymore

    Can you ping-> "ping -I wlan0 192.168.1.254" ? This is your gateway IPv4 network address from ifconfig (ifconfig doesn't need to be sudo). The -I sends the ping out the wifi port. The -I is...
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    Re: Etnernet priority over the wifi ???

    I think what you need to add to /etc/networking/interfaces is the 'metric ###' The ### is a number that tells the networks attached which one has priority. I have deleted the network-manager and I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to log on to root directly?

    Just using cross machine backup programs (rsnapshot, rsync) and figuring out which user to do non-root backups is a waste of time! I've tried to setup a non-root backup using another user (bin,...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Need to reload networking after internet outage

    This is what I use. It pings my DHCP default gateway, but you could use google for that matter. If there are no return pings then, it shuts down the current ethernet and reloads it. I load this...
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    [SOLVED] Re: backwards IP addresses?

    I don't have an ubuntu machine handy, but under Fedora there is program called ipcalc that has a lot of ip6 and ip4 capability. This program is used in the Fedora startup and returns some data as...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Telnet read, and variables.

    If you login via

    "telnet <url> pop3" (no quotes).

    And type in HELP (in caps). Does the help return any info? If it does you should be able to parse the number, you need.

    The pop3 number...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: How do I change workspace in server command line

    Command "newgrp" with the new group you want to become.

    "groups" tell you which groups you belong to.

    Not sure what you are asking. Default group is the same one you login with.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Staying Connected to the Internet.

    Try something like the following in a cron. This is for an ethernet connection that keeps going down and trys to fix the connection. The ifdown and ifup are scripts that kill the old connection and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Upgrading to TLS Within HTTP

    I don't think a generic port 80 html connection can be upgraded to TLS. That is what https (443) is for. There is an addon for Firefox that forces all http (80) connections to go to https (443). ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do I tell if a photo has been geotaged?

    Try this:

    listgeo - utility program (distributed with libgeotiff) for dumping the metadata of a GeoTIFF file

    This works for some geotiff maps I have. It might be smart enough to see the...
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    [ubuntu] Ubuntu equivalent of privateeye

    The last 2 feet of security!!

    Does anybody know is there is a Ubuntu equivalent of this windows software called privateeye (sic). I have searched via Google looking for an equivalent of this...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Get the network of any given IP 4 script(s)

    I only have access to a Fedora Core 15 right now, but my machine has a program call "ipcalc" in /bin . When it is executed from a command line like:

    /bin/ipcalc --network 192.168.200.10...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: bash: ./configure: No such file or directory

    This is fishing on my part, but is there a .configure . Dot files don't list and to run the configure would be "./.configure".

    I didn't see it being untar'ed either.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Question about FileZilla...

    From a command line type in "which filezilla". The spelling is probably lower case. If you have locate install, type "locate filezilla" from a command line.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Total Memory Way Off?

    Do a "more /proc/meminfo".
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    Re: Gedit - matching bracket ?

    Slightly off topic, but vim uses the % key (percent) to close parens, square, and curly brackets.
  25. Thread: C compilation

    by lensman3
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    Re: C compilation

    From a command line:
    "ld test"
    to see the libraries that the executable needs to run.

    type in "nm test"
    to see what are modules are called and the called routines. This works best on .o...
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