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.