[ubuntu] NIC Card moved - not workingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Recently, I moved my Ubuntu system guts to a new case. I was unable to use the same PCI slot and moved the Primary NIC card. It doesn't seem to see 'ETH1' at all now, ETH0 is alive, but it's onboard and everything is setup to use ETH1 (dansguardian, squid, and more). Which file defines the interface? Is it just looking at the wrong PCI slot for the card, most likely? (HowTos)

[ubuntu] adding ipv6 route in Ubuntu 10.04view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Has anyone had issues adding an IPv6 route in Ubuntu 10.04? Just curious as I've done: #route --inet6 add 2002:20:20:20::/64 gw 2002:20:20:20::1 dev eth0 ~and~ # ip -6 route add 2002:20:20:20::/64 via 2002:20:20:20::1 (HowTos)

Bmon, a real-time Bandwidth monitoring toolview story

http://linuxers.org – So, I have already been using vnstat monitoring tool to keep a track of my Internet usage stats for some time. Recently, I started looking for a real time network bandwidth monitoring tool. (General)

Shell Keyboard ?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Topic covered in great detail. I have my keyboard correctly set for US.Q. I need to set the shell to use this when I have to drop into ctrl+alt+F1. (HowTos)

Keep Tabs on Your Data with Pygmynoteview story

http://www.linux-magazine.com – When it comes to filers and pilers, I firmly belong to the latter category. I do like to keep all my disparate data -- notes, links, to-dos, etc. -- in one application, so when I need to find something, I have to look in one place. That's why I wrote a simple Python command-line tool that acts as my personal data manager. (Distributions)

windows question: how do I script network drive mapping w/ username/password?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello. in XP, how do I map a network drive via command line so that it pops up a username/password dialog (with a "remember password" option), as you would if you went to "Tools->Map Network Drive..."? "net use e: \\server\share" seems to require the username password to be kept in plain text in the .bat file. (HowTos)

openssh-server doesn't check into "authorized_keys" fileview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, I'm stuck on this problem for about a week, I googled it and finally I'm posting this thread because I didn't find the answer... I have two Debian 5 servers which running on both the same version of OpenSSH (5.1p1) and OpenSSL (0.9.8g). (HowTos)

already logged in with process id but no page is open upview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Dear all openSUSEian, I installed opensuse 11.3 in my laptop compaq presario cq40 144TU consisting of Core2Duo T5800 with 4 GB DDR2 RAM. After installation of 11.3 i update the OS from online. i have a cable net with IP address / subnet mask / Gateway / DNS. All are working fine but all of a sudden there was a power cut in our locality and my cable net was delinked. (Distributions)

Hidden Linux : apt-get secretsview story

http://linuxo.com – PC World: "apt-get is the package handling utility behind Debian-based Linux systems such as Ubuntu, Mint and Mepis. You may be using it �by proxy' via GUI-based package managers such as Synaptic, but hardened Linux users tend to prefer the command line - especially as the latter has a couple of neat tricks up its sleeve." (General)

Linux Desktop: Command Line vs. User Interfaceview story

http://linuxo.com – Datamation: "In the Linux desktop world, the graphical user interface is here to stay. Old Unix hands may grumble, but the fact remains that, without all the efforts poured into GNOME, KDE, Xfce and others, Linux would not be as successful as it is today." (General)