Open source os for dlink dsl-2640u hw: c2view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Can anybody tell me which wireless router firmware projects already supports dsl-2640u hw: c2? OpenWRT works as a router, but the WiFi does not. However I'd like to be able to use the wireless adapter. Any suggestions on which projects might support this? (HowTos)

Support Nexus 7 2012, Android OS 4.3 battery drainview story

http://androidforums.com – I had this problem for some 2 weeks before I figured it out. Here is what I experienced, and at the end you will find how I fixed it. I noticed Android OS using large amounts of battery power, effectively preventing tablet from going to sleep. (General)

Newbie iptables loopback dnsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have a Zoom branded firewall running Zoom's linux firmware. I'm in the router and have a shell. (HowTos)

Andreessen Horowitz's Scott Weiss On Why There Will Be 30 New Franchises In The Enterpriseview story

http://techcrunch.com – The future of enterprise software is anything but boring. Andreessen Horowitz partner Scott Weiss aptly predicted his guest post titled “30 New Franchises” a few weeks ago, there a massive opportunity to create new multi-billion-dollar enterprise franchises despite incumbents throwing massive amounts of money to acquire these franchises. (IT news)

Traffic didn't go throught the ipsec tunnel?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I setup the l2tp tunnel with openswan and xl2tpd in kubuntu 13.04, the system is connected with ADSL router with ip address which is the default gateway for the system, the system ip addess is, as i see the log the tunnel is established: Quote: 104 "L2tp-Client" #1: STATE_MAIN_I1: initiate 003 "L2tp-Client" #1: ignoring unknown Ven (HowTos)

pretty sure my mail server is being spam-assaulted... worry?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Bear in mind that i've had a working mail server for ~2 months, so i'm new at it. It's postfix running on a linux desktop behind a router. (HowTos)

New problem with sound and Jack after rebootview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Got everything working fine earlier today and gave myself and the computer a break. After turning back on and starting Jack I get the following error: d-bus: setparametervalue('driver:inchannels','2'): Parameter value type mismatch: was expecting 'i', got 'u'. (org.jackaudio.error.invalidargs) I also noticed that I wasn't able to hear input while playing back output in Ardour. (Hardware)

Permanent routing (Ubuntu 13.04)view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have 2 connections: wlan0 (gw: and eth0 (gw: My default connection is wlan0, but I wanted some websites load through my eth0, so I set up routing for those websites/IPs like this: Code: route add -net gw dev eth0 This works, however is not permanent (disappears after reboot). (Hardware)

Local Test Networkview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey, I'm after setting up various names for machines on my LAN (my side of router), its so I can test and play with virtual hosts on various servers httpd, lighttpd, nginx... I have 3 machines, one will be running a server and i'd like the other machine(s) to be able to access it using 3 different names. I've tried using "/etc/hosts" file by putting in: Code:  te (HowTos)

[SOLVED] Accessing SSH outside of LANview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I'm trying to access a computer from outside the local network. I have the router set up to port forward and I'm able to access it from within my network. What is the correct syntax? Say the global IP of the router is and my local machine is, would the syntax be [email protected]@ (HowTos)