[SOLVED] Debian Detect Network Hardware Error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 20, 2011
Dutring automated installation (debian-6.0.1a-i386-netinst) Detect network hardware has failed and says no ethernet card. What file extension is being asked for here?
Debian lan network printing problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 10, 2013
I am new to any forum and also new to Linux, I try to find solutions to problems on my own as I feel learning the how and why of the way programs work stays with a person better than just a given answer but this printing problem I just can't figure out. Here is where I am at ...... I have muddled through setting up a debian wheezy file & print server with Samba for a home network with a raid 5 array in the past few months.
Everything is working really well and I am able to access all of the files and find the debian printer from my three windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit computers but this is where the problem comes in ....... I can print all files except .pdf and .txt from my windows machines to the shared debian USB HP printer. I can print all files when I am on the debian machine and also print all files from my windows machines to another USB HP printer shared on one of my windows machines.
When I try to print pdf or txt to the debian server from my windows machine it
ibook G4 Debian Lenny Network Manager ppc
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 23, 2008
This is my first post and I appologize if I am posting in the wrong place. I did my first linux install today on my ibook. I installed Debian Lenny with Xfce4. The install went better than I expected, however I would have expected to have selected 'laptop' along with standard and desktop, but that wasn't one of my choices. So everything works great except there doesn't seem to be a GUI network setting so that I can setup a wireless network. I tried installing Network Manager from Aptitude but I am unsure how to get that to show on my desktop menu. Sorry this is most likely a really dumb question, but in messing with live cd's I was familiar with some sort of network manager. Any help is greatly appreciated.
[SOLVED] Debian: how to install java and get it works
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 28, 2010
i followed the instructions on http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/ja...ng-138783.html and now it was installed at /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_20
When I tried to use javac to compile, it said "javac: command not found".
then I added the following code into /etc/profile
ibook G4 Debian Lenny Network Manager ppc
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 23, 2008
This is my first post and I appologize if I am posting in the wrong place. I did my first linux install today on my ibook. I installed Debian Lenny with Xfce4, I would have tried Ubuntu but I was having trouble with the iso I burned. The install went better than I expected, however I would have expected to have selected 'laptop' along with standard and desktop, but that wasn't one of my choices. So everything works great except there doesn't seem to be a GUI network setting so that I can setup a wireless network. I tried installing Network Manager from Aptitude but I am unsure how to get that to show on my desktop menu. Sorry this is most likely a really dumb question, but in messing with live cd's I was familiar with some sort of network manager. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Debian Install network not detected
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 31, 2003
I am trying to install Debian Woody on my computer but am having troubles getting the installation to recognize my network. I load the module for my network card without trouble using the tulip module. But when it gets to the network configuration via DHCP it always fails. I am behind a router, Siemens 2604 if that matters. I know it uses DHCP to connect as it works fine under Knoppix using that. I've read that that enabling PnP in bios settings can cause troubles, but that is turned off so it isn't the problem in this case.
I've also tried using the new sarge netinstall cd. It detects the network fine, downloads needed installation files, but always fails when installing things. Can't find some files or something, not sure the exact error it's been a month or so since I've tried that one. The point being, I know it can detect my network fine, it's just that the Woody installation (2.4 boot option) isn't doing it. What am I missing?
Apache2 + Debian: how to hide information about server?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 5, 2005
(i'm from Spain, please sorry for my english)
Hi, i'm triying to "hide" the server information from Apache2 when it return an error:
The requested URL /web3/:_) was not found on this server.
Apache/2.0.53 (Debian GNU/Linux) Server at 172.16.X.X Port 80"
Can i hide or change this "Apache/2.0.53 (Debian GNU/Linux) Server at 172.16.X.X Port 80" ?.
i know it's possible, because i had read it, but i have lost this information and i need to do.
plese help me
Aptget (DSL Linux/Debian) How to install local packages
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 25, 2006
Hello, I'm using dsl linux with the apt-get feature installed so that i can install Debian packages. My question is this: I have one computer with an internet connection and one without.
How can I download the packages (and dependencies if any) on the computer with internet access and then install those packages onto the other computer (using a usb flash drive to transfer the files).
Apt-get works great, but only if you have internet access. Anyone know of a solution for my little situation? What do debian people without internet access usually do to install packages?
-Thanks for the help
Dual Booting with Debian How To?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 19, 2008
I know it is possible to dual boot Linuxes (Linuxi?), I'm just not sure how to do it. Any advice? Has anyone here done it?
I know there's Lubi but that's for people that have another distro and want to add on Ubuntu. If there is a Lubi but boots Debian instead of Ubuntu I would LOVE love LOVE that!
Please tell me if this is not an appropriate forum and a Debian forum would be more suitable. I love Ubuntu but wanna play around with Debian a bit.
Squeeze Debian: how to use the kbluetooth ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 18, 2009
I installed kbluetooth, and run it with sux.
But into the tray, there is nothing that is really capable to do something.
bluemon is grey and others too
I use jwm
I tried from console, to run bluemon, but bluemon windows displays not my nokia mobile phone (it works)
any ideas/clues how to get bluetooth working, are highly welcome ?
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