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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    DHCP is evil. Don't use it on servers.

    If this were a pure server (no GUI), then you wouldn't have these issues. On a desktop install, there are all sorts of failures with 20 different systems...
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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    I don't know. Easy to test - change the IP the DHCP server give it. Reserved IPs should never be in the same range as dynamic addresses or static IPs on a subnet. I only use dhcp reservation for...
  3. [xubuntu] Re: Xubuntu 20.04 works pretty slow. What is the problem?

    No, I do not, but I did after a fresh 20.04 install about a year ago. I think the issue was related to either my choosing ZFS or Wayland. After about 30 minutes, I gave up and reinstalled using LVM...
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    Re: Should NVIDIA be avoided?

    My main concern is what happens if you have issues loading linux on the hot, new, laptop? What then?

    Moving from Windows to Linux isn't trivial. It really should be after using Linux for a long...
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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    I removed many of the IPs and route entries to limit confusion.
    When I look at the #13 routing table, I'm concerned there is more than 1 default route. That's a problem. Also, enp12s0 still has an...
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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    I don't think any brctl commands are needed. Neplan config handles all of that, so probably should delete any bridge created using bridge-utils. That's just a guess. I know I haven't used brctl in...
  7. [all variants] Re: How to losslessly convert OGA to something that can be tagged?

    Perhaps. What are the different audio file containers that hold opus encoded audio and your tagging tool can modify the tags inside? Use that.
    This quickly becomes a whack-a-mole problem. When...
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    Re: Should NVIDIA be avoided?

    Most of them do - just avoid "Gaming" in the name.
    I agree with the Core i5 or Ryzen 5 or better, but mainly because that is my minimal desire.
    However, the RAM and CPU needed depends on the type...
  9. [lubuntu] Re: Improve the cope/paster data capability in Lubuntu?

    For huge datasets, avoid the GUI completely.
    Scripts can pull data from spreadsheets as CSV. Then that CSV can be fed into Qtiplot on the command line. According to the manual,


    That would...
  10. Re: Ubuntu in virtual box bad performance (graphics)

    Graphics performance is not the same as system performance. If you would like a snappier experience,
    a) don't use the Gnome3 Desktop; Choose almost any other DE version - xubuntu, lubuntu,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Whatsapp For Desktop

    There are many, many, options in this space. Over the last few months, most of my friends and family closed their WhatsApp accounts due to FB demands for data. ...
  12. [gnome] Re: Virtualbox ubuntu-desktop on wayland do not work but gnome-session does work

    The hostOS would be good to know.
    I'm a convert from vbox to KVM/libvirt too. Never regretted that change, but spice is pretty amazing as a fast desktop protocol - both local and remote. Spice only...
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    Re: Should NVIDIA be avoided?

    I've been extremely happy using the iGPU included in Intel CPUs for years. No AMD or nVidia GPU at all. Nothing to fight, since Intel has provided their drivers to the kernel for a very long time. ...
  14. [lubuntu] Re: Improve the cope/paster data capability in Lubuntu?

    IDK, but does copying just the values, not the formatting make it work faster?
    Also, are non-ASCII characters used? Just another point of information - if characters are unicode, they could be 4x...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Airplane mode on when powering up the computer

    I vaguely remember there being a difference in how networking is handled. There is system-level controls which can start networking before a login happens and there are per-user network controls,...
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    Re: Chromebook Hardware Acceleration

    The OS is custom built for the hardware by google. There is a special load of Chrome-OS that only works with your exact hardware. Also, you cannot refuse the update. It gets installed without your...
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    Re: help with running php command as cronjob

    Does the php script set different return codes based on different failures? If it doesn't set a non-zero return code, then the parent process will not consider it a failure. The programmer has that...
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    Re: help with running php command as cronjob

    It would really help us if terminal output and text files were wrapped in code-tags here. That's the Adv Reply (#) button or you can do it manually. Not a big deal with these since they aren't...
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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    In theory, that is correct, but sometimes order matters.

    Humor me. Put that config in (fixed for your NIC and subnet) and see if it works.
    I remember something about the renderer being 2nd as...
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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    tun? Nobody mentioned having a VPN running before.

    enp12s0 shouldn't have any IP address assigned.

    route -n is easier to read.
    or use
    ip r | column -t
    to make is readable.
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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    The netplan, the routing table, the ip address for the VM host, the ip address for each guest VM ... for starters.

    Whenever a VM is involved, the VM host shouldn't use DHCP addresses. It should...
  22. Re: How to replace Chromium browser versions properly?

    The default chromium included in Ubuntu recently has been a snap package, so you need to purge that.
    Within the APT system, if the PPA is one that you trust, then that should automatically get the...
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    Re: Weird Behavior with Bridged network

    Less explanation and more config files and commands showing the facts, please.
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Saving Multiple Attachment from Thunderbird

    I'd write a little script and bypass the GUI completely.
    Looks like a few people already did this:

    https://www.tek-tips.com/faqs.cfm?fid=4138
    ...
  25. [all variants] Re: How to losslessly convert OGA to something that can be tagged?

    ffmpeg can convert formats easily.


    $ ffmpeg -i something.oga -c:a copy output.ogg

    You could skip the first step by just getting ogg directly instead of the .webm file types. Asking for that...
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