Hi, I need help setting up a network with some issues I have no control over.My setup is:1. A Samsung laptop that I managed to have it dual boot Windows 8 andCen... [by mhelal]
I have a Win 7 / Ubuntu dual-boot setup on my laptop, so to simplify things (so I thought!), instead of doing a fresh install of Ubuntu as I prefer to do, I decided to try the upgrade route this time. But let me back up a bit...
I ve been a casual ubunutu user for a couple of years now. I recently decided to remove Windows Vista from my Gateway MT 6840 Laptop and installed Ubuntu 13.04. I had a dual boot before - Vista and 12.04.
Even before the upgrade,I had a problem with the WiFi. My Home wifi network was just not being detected. It shows up at odd times and just dissappears.
I have got a old Aix box i.e. 7043 - 150 for home experimenting purposes. I am having some issues to setup the tcpip on it correctly, so that i can access it within the network and also from outside i.e.
I just setup dual boot with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on my Windows 7 machine. I can connect to the internet just fine when I boot to Windows; however, when I boot to Ubuntu I can't connect to the internet via a wired connection. I went into the console window and typed ifconfig -a to see if my Ethernet card was visible but it wasn't.
So here's the scenario:
Network A is the physical network (10.1.1.x 255.0.0.0) which is connected to the internet via the gateway at 10.1.1.1.
Network B is a 'virtual' (VMWare Workstation) network using the IP range 172.16.0.0 255.255.255.0 and the VMware DHCP server.
The goal is to create a virtualized network on Network B that can be routed to directly from Network A, but only through a virtual
I have dual boot installation of windows 8 and ubuntu.
"Sometimes" when I start my laptop, it gets stuck on very first
screen (displaying Samsung, Intel, F2 to setup etc). But after a
couple of restart it starts working.
I have a media server running ubuntu 12.04 and I want it setup so that any PC on the network (windows etc) has complete access to all files, folders etc with read, write, edit, copy to, copy from permissions. No need for security (IE no password or user name, just select it on the network and start editing).