Computers can't see each other over network
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 16, 2012
I am having a problem. None of the computers on the network can see each other accept for the three computers that have windows 7 on them. One of those computers is a dual booter that has Ubuntu 11.10 on it.
None of the linux installations can see each other. The windows installations can't see the linux installations and the same going the other way.
Can anyone help me?
3 samba servers...2 can see each other, 1 can only see itself
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 15, 2013
This one has got me stumped. I stumbled upon this issue while I was trying to connect my wife's EEE PC Seashell series 1015PEM to our WD TV Live box through Samba. I successfully connected a Dell Inspiron B130 and a Toshiba Portege M500 to the WD TV Live through Samba (when I say I connected them, I mean I have setup the /etc/samba/smb.conf files on both machines with a network share that the WD TV Live player can "see" and connect to and play files from). When I realized the WD TV Live player couldn't see the EEE PC samba share, I started investigating it with the other machines, and I've come to realize that the Toshiba and Dell computers can see and connect to each other's shares, however the EEE PC can only see and connect to it's own shares (this is through the network view in the Unity and LXDE DE's). However, if I run the smbclient -L [ip_address_of_EEE_PC_machine] it can sometimes see the shares and sometimes not. What makes this problem even stranger is that I c
Have multple win7 pc, and one ubuntu 12.10 pc, they cannot see each other on the net
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 30, 2012
Am an old windows guy, I am trying to make the transition to Linux thru Ubuntu, however I am having trouble getting them to see one another on my network. I have 6 win7 pc and 1 ubuntu pc, all of the wins see each other on the network but not the ubuntu, and visa versa. Any help given would be appreciated. Am running Ubuntu 12.10 and my other pcs are win 7 pro and ultimate.
Backing up two computers to each other?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 6, 2005
One computer is running SUSE 9.0 and the other is running w2k.
The w2k box is sharing its entire hard disk and the SUSE box can access it via samba.
My backup plan is to copy the files I wish to keep on each computer to the other computer so that each computer acts as a backup for the other.
The windows box has a directory "C:\LinBackup" which is intended to hold a copy of my home directory. I don't intend to back up anything else on the SUSE box.
The SUSE box has a directory "/home/blalobw/WinBackup" which is intended to hold a copy of the whole w2k box. It's somewhat harder to compartmentize the stuff to save in windows, the easy way out is to copy the whole thing.
I wish to exclude the backup directories from copying to avoid creating a full set of redundant files every time I run the backup script on the SUSE box.
Here is what I have tried, and the results I have had.
Backup over network setup mutliple computers (NFS, NIS, SMB?)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 24, 2009
I have a computer lab in our K-12 school with 30 ubuntu desktops. There is a windows server that really only supplies the subdomain that the desktops are on. Things are going rather well over all and I am learning much as I go. Right now I have it setup that I can easily administer the systems via SSH.
All computers currently use the same logon for the students (normal desktop user without any administrative priveleges) and that account is always left on. This is because the computer teacher for the younger students threw a tantrum (yes, like a child) when I said I wanted to have each student use an individual login. "It was never that way before. . .it will be too hard. . .they will forget. . .blah, blah, blah." Of course, she has taken the switch to ubuntu quite well, so I think she could handle individual logins and teaching students responisbility. I could even have the youngest (1st and 2nd grade) students all have the same login. I believe to do this I would need an
cant see my network
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 15, 2011
Asus u46. Wireless does work, but I cant seem to see my network(no, its not hidden). I tried connecting manually but its not working. I also "scanned" and it does not see my network.
I am using the latest version of Kubuntu, which im not familiar with, im used to an older version so if anyone has tips please help me.
Needless to say, it does connect to the network if I use the ethernet.
Should I permanently allow 2 LAN computers access each other via both firewalls?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 10, 2014
I sync my main PC to my secondary PC often. I temporarily disable firewalls on both computers and re-enable UFW when I'm finished. I sync via an Ethernet cable and am not on the Internet when syncing.
Instead of disabling the 2 PC firewalls all the time. Would it be best in permanently allowing both private IP address or permanently allow ssh? Would this be a security risk when I go online? I also have a firewall on my router.
PC #1 = 192.168.1.5
PC #2 = 192.168.1.6
I sync all data to PC#2 using Grsync and any files not on PC#1 are deleted on PC#2.
How end devices communicate with each other in the XBee (Series 1) NonBeacon (w/Coordinator) network
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 4, 2013
I setup a NonBeacon (w/Coordinator) network with three XBee Series 1 modules. One is configured as coordinator. The other two are configured as end devices. The firmware version and configuration are as below.
Modem: XBEE Function Set Version
XB24 XB24 802.15.4 10CD
Parameter Value Comments
CH (Channel) 0x0F Identical
ID (PAN ID) 0x5241 Identical
MY (Source Address) 0xFF01 Unique
CE (Coord. Enable) 1
A2 (Coord. Assoc.) 0x04 allow end devices to associate to it.
Parameter Value Comments
CH (Channel) 0x0F Identical
ID (PAN ID) 0x5241 Identical
MY (Source Address) 0xFF02 Unique
CE (Coord. Enable) 0
A1 (End Dev Assoc.) 0x04 allow associate to coordinator.
When end device 1 sends out the data, the coordinator can receive the data, but the end de
Cant get 2 Fedora Core 4 boxes to talk to each other
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 31, 2006
Am a linux admin and i have been at it for sometime. I have had 2 redhat 9.0 boxes configured as squid/gateway/firewall/bandwidth management. They hav been up for more than a year and were talking to each other nicely until recently we decided to upgrade to Fedora Core 4.
Both boxes were upgraded and patched with IMQ (intermediate queueing device) for bw management seamlessly.
But on putting them up on the same network but different physical places, they cannot ping each other. There is also a cisco router and another SuSE box on the same network wch both of them can ping very well but still they cannot ping each other. The switch the 4 devices are on is a cisco switch wch was configured with vlan b4 but i just want to disregard this and act as if the switch is without vlan as my clients claim.
I have opened up the firewall for icmp on both boxes and even stopped iptables from running on both boxes but still the same thing.Another observation is that if i can go on
Canīt see my office network!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 19, 2008
Guys... I tried redhat 10 years ago, and it lasted about a month on my network. I donīt have the time to learn 10 million command line codes for everyday usage (in windows, command line dropped in 1995, for christīs sake).
either way, a friend told me Ubuntu was the next thing, and that GUI and user friendlyness was improved way past windows.
Here I am, selling out my e-mail into the 3rd different Ubuntu forum to try to get help on SEEING MY NETWORK under this thing.
I cannot see all computers on my network, and the ones I can see, I cannot open files from.
All the "solutions" I have found involve half a dozen command lines, and *REQUIRE* you to be ONLINE (not only on a network, but on the internet) to download the software bundles (some 3rd party, unsuported by ubuntu itself) to get this thing to see my network?
I may be a newby, but from my point of view, Windows is STILL bashing linux on usability. You just install it and everything works, no need for comman
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