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    [ubuntu] Re: File Sharing with OS X

    Oh yeah, and thanks again for your help Morbius1!
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    [ubuntu] Re: File Sharing with OS X

    I think I finally got the developers' attention on this!!! My bug is confirmed with high priority:

    The hostname proposed by installer is too long for file sharing to work correctly.


    According...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Samba share to XP

    I would really like to know how you solved the file sharing problem. I also had my hostname set to something longer by the ubiquity installer and not until I changed it to a shorter one was I able to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: File Sharing with OS X

    True, but then why is the samba hostname set equal to the linux hostname? If they have different boundaries that would be asking for trouble. I'd say better setting the hostname to something less...
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    [ubuntu] Re: File Sharing with OS X

    I filed a bug regarding the hostname that was set by the installer. Please chime in using the "This bug affects you" button if you were bitten by the bug.

    Bug #735072 in Ubuntu: “The hostname...
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    [ubuntu] Re: File Sharing with OS X

    Thank you so much Morbius1 for solving my problem!!!!!

    I have gotten file sharing to work with earlier releases but with my half year old new notebook running Natty I have been totally unable to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: madwifi signal low!!!!

    I'm at work right now but if you are running the 64-bit version of intrepid you might have a look at this thread:
    MadWifi Support for AR2425 (AR5007EG) on 64bit Ubuntu !!!

    It worked great for me...
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    [ubuntu] Re: madwifi signal low!!!!

    open up a terminal and run the command

    dmesg
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    [ubuntu] Re: madwifi signal low!!!!

    Please post the output of dmesg
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