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    [kubuntu] Re: Compositing Crash

    Are you using the proprietary NVIDIA driver or the default nouveau one?
  2. Re: Need IPTABLES rules explanation about OpenVPN set up

    Try

    sudo /sbin/iptables -L -nv

    See it there?
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    Re: Hosting website

    Please tell us what you did, and select "Mark as Solved" from Thread Tools at the top of this thread.
  4. Re: sendmail domain of sender does not exist

    I'd try talking directly to GMail with telnet.



    $ telnet gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com 25
    Trying 64.233.185.27...
    Connected to gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com.
    Escape character is '^]'.
    220...
  5. Re: renaming a user and ~/.config files

    If you want to create a template for a new user, put the files you want to use in /etc/skel. Then when you create a new user, those files will be imported into that user's directory. Usually...
  6. Re: Backup script no longer can send files to my Ubuntu server

    Create the key on the receiving host, typically for the same username as owns the files on the remote host to be transferred. Transfer the key to that remote user. Then, as TheFu suggests, run rsync...
  7. [xubuntu] Re: trying to get DNS caching working right

    If you're using systemd-resolved, /etc/resolv.conf should have only one nameserver entry for 127.0.0.53.
  8. Re: Is Ubuntu compatible with the Lenovo L390 YOGA Model #20NT000GUS

    Boot from an installation medium and choose "Try Ubuntu". It will leave your computer untouched.

    I recommend 18.04 LTS for a new user. There are multiple "flavors" of Ubuntu. You can try the...
  9. [xubuntu] Re: trying to get DNS caching working right

    The last time we chatted about this you had removed systemd-resolved. Did you reinstall it?
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    Re: Hosting website

    Where are your domain's DNS records stored? You need to add an "A" record that points a hostname like "www" to your server's address.



    www IN A 38.127.92.109


    You'll also need...
  11. Thread: Anti Cloud

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    Re: Anti Cloud

    "Clouds" are very valuable if you are running Internet-facing servers. I have three virtual machines hosted at Linode. Much better choice for hosting web sites and mail servers than a physical...
  12. Re: Only partial DNS after installation of Samba4

    Do you need a "dns forwarder" at all? If so, try 127.0.0.53.

    Is the "domain" a Samba domain? That won't work; it needs to be a normal DNS domain like ubuntuforums.com. You can get around this...
  13. Re: Backup script no longer can send files to my Ubuntu server

    Use keys instead of a password: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Keys
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    Re: can't resolve conflicts with apt

    First, did you try running "sudo apt --fix-broken install"?

    Also did you run "sudo apt update" before trying to install?
  15. Re: Existing installation, move drive to new machine?

    Just pop it in and see if it works. Empiricism is the best approach for a lot of computer issues. You can't damage anything.
  16. [SOLVED] Re: $PATH reports: No such file or directory

    My /etc/environment just includes the PATH. Are those other items designed to join a Microsoft Active Directory network? I suggest you dump them until you get everything working correctly.
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  17. [ubuntu] Re: Update dependency issue causes network and video drivers not to load

    When you boot the machine, do you have an Advanced option? You should be able to revert to the previous kernel. See if that solves the problem in the short run. But then make sure to run


    sudo...
  18. Re: Existing installation, move drive to new machine?

    I've moved drives a number of times as well with no issues. Linux is remarkably robust in this way, but then it isn't keeping track of licenses like Microsoft does. When you first start Windows, it...
  19. [SOLVED] Re: How do I transfer my files to google drive mount via terminal, Ubuntu 19.04

    This happens when the remote device doesn't support standard *nix protocols. It's possible the Google drive is formatted with NTFS or some other filesystem.

    Using the -a switch will overwrite any...
  20. Re: Only partial DNS after installation of Samba4

    If this system is using systemd-resolved, then you can specify the DNS servers to use in /etc/systemd/resolved.conf. See "man resolved.conf" for details. Basically uncomment the DNS= line and list...
  21. Re: sendmail domain of sender does not exist

    rene@albatross is a valid email address, but not one that would work outside a local network. For that you need a fully-qualified name with a domain part included as well.

    In a telnet session to...
  22. Re: can i change mount point without data loss ?

    In general, the answer is yes, assuming you unmount the device cleanly with "sudo umount /dev/xxx".

    To insure that disks get mounted to the same locations each time, you can use UUIDs. Each...
  23. Re: sendmail domain of sender does not exist

    You need to be sending from a machine with a "fully-qualified domain name" like albatross.example.com. An unqualified name like just albatross will not work.
  24. [ubuntu] Re: network connection problems. Ubuntu 18.04

    You're not trying to have both a wired and a wireless connection from the same machine, are you? That can cause problems with packet routing. Just use the wired connection and disable the wireless.
  25. [kubuntu] Re: Would someone kindly explain what kubuntu is?

    Yes, the developers seem pretty smart, and they continue to work on improving the product with a global community.
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