I can get redshift to start with modification to xdm-archlinux configuration scripts, but everytime I log out of the window manager a redshift stays in memory, and when it again runs xdm-archlinux, another redshift starts in tandem. I wish there was a better way to control redshift so that after logging into the window manager/desktop environment, it will close the old redshift and start the
The ideal setup would be for Redshift to start on boot up, and I think I have that part working. The problem is that there is something wrong that causes redshift to not calculate the day/night correctly on my machine.So to start...#ran at 8:27pm Central Standard Time
[noahc@breadbox ~]$ date
Tue Dec 27 20:27:51 CST 2011This appears to be correct.
I have two devices, one that I want connected to the internet and another that I don't. I have setup a dhcp server on the one connected to the internet and I have the other device connected to it. I want to be able to connect to the internet on one device and connect to the other through a different subnet.
Linux Newbie here, this is most likely a simple fix by anybody with experience. I am using Ubuntu 12.10. I can provide more details if needed.
I am having some trouble connecting to the internet and my lan network at the same time. I am connected wirelessly to my internet network, I am also hard wired into a home network that is not connected to the internet.
My PC is connected to 2 networks: Wired (without internet connection) and Wireless (with internet connection). Both of them are up but it seems that I do not have access to internet unless I disconnect the wired connection. Is there anyway to keep both connection active and have the internet connection available?