Internet is slow & intermittentview story

http://askubuntu.com – Something kinda weird appened to me today. I've been using Ubuntu for month on my computer without any issue but today I decided to install Windows 7 on dual boot so that my GF can use Photoshop... Of course I had issue installing windows so I had to hard reboot it. After doing this, Ubuntu could not activate my network card and failed to connect to my network(rebooting didn't do anything). (HowTos)

Command line for determining my public IP?view story

http://askubuntu.com – If I check with google, I can see my public IP. Is there something on the Ubuntu command-line which will yield me the same answer? (HowTos)

Sluggish Iceweaselview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I've skimmed through this (old) and this (not strictly relevant). Is anyone finding the default/latest Iceweasel 8.0 in #! r20111125 32-bit very sluggish, particularly on JavaScript-heavy pages like Google Reader or Twitter?I'm running #! on a quad-core machine with 2GB of RAM. (HowTos)

Support Contacts Relationship?view story

http://androidforums.com – Hi, Been using Google Contacts Relationships field. Very useful to create connect up contacts. Is there a way to display this field in the Desire S Contacts? Many thanks. (General)

Trusted online source for html-formatted Linux manpages?view story

http://serverfault.com – Say I want to link to a common Linux command's manpage in a Google Plus, Twitter, Facebook, email, blog post, etc. (HowTos)

dig @my-server-ip mydomain.com works from inside, not from outside?view story

http://serverfault.com – My server has 2 ips: x.x.x.73 and x.x.x.248. I can access my site via these ips, using Web browser. {Now, from a CentOS machine (not my server), using terminal} If I: dig @x.x.x.73 mydomain.com dig @x.x.x.248 mydomain.com I get the result: Connection timed out; no server could be reached. Could somebody please tell me how to fix it? (HowTos)

Enabling PHP's SSH2 extension with nginxview story

http://serverfault.com – Okay, so normally my sysadmin takes care of this, but he's been rather slack lately and I cannot wait any longer. I've used PECL to install PHP's ssh2 extension. I've put the extension=ssh2.so in the php.ini and checked the ssh2.so is in the extension_dir. When I php -m | grep ssh2, it displays ssh2. (HowTos)

[lubuntu] Problems with postfix - please take a lookview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi. On a fresh install VPS with Ubuntu 10.10 Im trying to install a mail server. It has sendmail running by default. I stop it and remove it from /etc/init.d Then I install postfix and two things happen: 1. (Hardware)

is there any guide to a usable font configuration on arch?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – So in the meantime I've been able to acquire some win7 installation media and now I've installed all major font packages (ttf-win7-fonts, ttf-mac-fonts, ttf-google-webfonts). I'm still not sure why there is both /etc/profile.d/infinality-settings.sh and /etc/fonts/infinality/infinalty.conf. I guess I'm supposed to set the same "styles" in both of them. (HowTos)

How to configure amavisd-new for only scanning on particular senders/servers?view story

http://serverfault.com – I'd like to know how to configure amavisd-new to only scan for Spam on particular clients (IPs, CIDRs or hostnames) or alternatively sender's email domain. I know that it is possible to do it on a recipient's mail address but not on how to do it for the sender's mail address. It is even possible to do it on a recipient's IP address with policy banks. (HowTos)