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[ubuntu] dc.4freebsdview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am trying to get a linksys LNE100tx Ethernet card to work with Ubuntu 7.04. It looks like it needs a driver. I found a page stating that dc.4freebsd is compatible with that card. But it doesn't state how to go about installing it. Can anyone give me some advice on how to install it as a module at load time? (Hardware)

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Kerio Updates Open Source Operator Telephony Solutionview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Kerio Technologies has updated its Operator open source telephony software with a bevy of features that make it more attractive to sales and collaboration teams at a fraction of the cost of proprietary networks. The march toward IT and voice convergence has left many a VAR by the roadside, unable to deal with the complexities of managing a voice network. (IT news)

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[other] Linksys 2.4Ghz router problemview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, The problem I am going to discuss is not related to the ubuntu or any other OS, Its just a wireless network related issue I want to resolve. I hope some one will definitely help me. In our office network we have LAN network with proxy server and all computers are under a domain controller. Maximum computers are on wired connection. (Hardware)

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Atheros AR9285 only 65 Mbit/sview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have an ASUS K53E laptop, running Ubuntu 12.04. Love it, the only OS so far which doesn't give me problems! Anyway, my wireless network adapter is pretty much crap. It runs at only 65 Mbit/s, while it can handle 300 Mbit/s. It's an Atheros AR9285. I googled around, found suggestions of setting the channel and frequency of my router. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Wireless Issuesview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I ramble (if you've read any of my other help threads), so I'll keep this short. OS - 12.04 Model - Linksys WMP300N Proven to work - Sorta. Firmware release by Broadcom is out, but is pretty poor. Chipset - US. Brcm4321 chipset Problem - Horrible download speeds ( <400KB/s. Should be 2-4MB/s). Webpages take forever to load. Connection will drop under 3/4 bar conditions. (Hardware)

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Problem with failing ata linkview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hello,I might be in the wrong section, but I got a serious issue I can´t track down!Lets start with the symptoms:on BIOS-HW-initialisation I get randomly a S.M.A.R.T. (HowTos)

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Cisco says Linksys Smart WiFi routers can be cloudlessview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Stuart CornerCisco has confirmed that users will not be obliged to activate the new Connect Cloud configuration feature of its new range of Linksys routers, following the huge furore that erupted when early users of the products found that their routers had been updated to support the feature without their knowledge. {loadposition stuart}The primary function of Connect Cloud, announce (IT news)

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browsing issueview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Ok so I have been running arch smoothly for about 6 months or so.in the past week for what ever reason in both firefix and chrome i have been unable to access imgur, every other site has been working finewhen i try to get on the site it just times out.i've tested this out on my macbook pro (running OS X 10.8 developer beta) my phone (running android 4.1 Jelly bean) and my tabblet (running and (HowTos)

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How to set up a software VPN when moving a server to the cloudview story

http://serverfault.com – I work in a small company with one office in Dallas and another in Los Angeles. We run a Fedora server at our Dallas location and use a Linksys RV042 at each location to create a VPN connection between the sites. Every time the power or internet goes out in Dallas, our server is inaccessible so the entire company goes down. (HowTos)

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Cisco's Connect Cloud - unintended consequences bite. Hard!view story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: David HeathJudging by the yelling on a variety of forums, Cisco's decision to automatically push the cloud management interface to the majority of current Linksys home routers was probably a mistake. {loadposition davidh08}A few days ago, users of Linksys routers (EA3500 and EA4500, maybe others) found that an automated firmware had been pushed to their devices and that they could no (IT news)