I am experiencing the same problem.
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I am experiencing the same problem.
I have the same problem as well. No wireless after installing 9.10. Worked in previous versions.
HP Pavilion dv6000 laptop.
I recently upgraded to 9.04.
When I start the computer, an error message pops up with this info:
Tracker Applet...There was an error while performing indexing...Index corrupted.
I played around with the settings this weekend for Sound and I was able to solve this problem by clicking on System>Preferences>Sound and changed each of the settings on the Devices tab from...
I have the same problem. It was working before I did the latest update. Has there been any progress on this topic? Does anyone know of a fix or a workaround?
Great. Thanks for the advice.
I have tried to find some information on Ubuntu's compatability with the new SSD hard drives, but have not found too much info on it. Does Ubuntu support installation to a SSD hard drive? I was...
Has anyone used or heard of www.spidertools.com for Linux training? Is it legitimate or no?
It looked interesting for a newbie like myself, but I would like to know if anyone has any info about...
I am trying to do the same thing and have been unsuccessful too.
Need to create one user that will have access to read/write to one directory /home/ftp
looked all over and I still...
What is the "best" way to create a user with a password for ftp (vsftpd) and give that user read/write access to the ftp folder, which in this case is /home/ftp
I have read that you need to create...
This is what I get when I try to connect via command-line
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
I cannot connect to my vsftpd that I recently set up. Basic error message is connection refused by server.
I set the 55GB as /home
The second disk now has 80GB free. How do I continue that /home directory onto this second disk so that it can be seen as one large 135GB disk?
I want to setup a new Ubuntu server. I have two physical disks. So after creating the basic installation, how would I partition the remaining free space. I have one disk that has 55GB and one with...
I figured it out. The problem I was having was related to the smb.conf settings and not the krb5.conf settings.
Having difficulty configuring the krb5.conf file for AD/Samba authentication. I am following the steps in this article as a guide: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/battista/articles/winbind/index.html
When I issue sudo kinit "email@example.com" it prompts me to enter my password and repleis
kinit (v5): KDC reply did not match expectations while getting initial credentials
I have tried a few things as suggested in the article, but no success.
"Host is not configured as a member server. Invalid configuration. Exiting....Failed to join domain: Invalid domain role"
When I issue the command below I get an error when trying to join the domain using the details from this document: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/battista/articles/winbind/domain.html PAGE 8
Yes, Ubuntu or really any other UNIX/LINUX release, including MAC, can join a Windows Domain using likewise. I did it myself just recently and it works really well.
There are two open versions,...
After some additional reading and playing around, I actually got it working on a basic level. I can connect to the Ubuntu machine via my xp workstation by entering in \\ip_address\share. Below is my...
How can I verify that the share even exists on the Ubuntu server? I have not mounted anything, so do I need to do that first? Also, what about enabling a rule on the Ubuntu server to allow...
I am in a Domain. So, no I do not see it in My Network Places.
Trying to connect to Samba share from XP workstation.
Load smb config files from /etc/samba/smb.conf
Processing section "[printers]"
I just wanted some kind of gui to understand all of the various options within Samba.
I have been reading all kinds of posts on all kinds of forums about how to configure Samba, but have been...