Planning to setup a medical clinic network need advice plan to use System 76 laptops
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 26, 2012
I am a soon to be physician and am planning to setup a very small medical clinic which will operate out of donated space at a high school in Phoenix Arizona, thus all my equipment needs to be as portable and compact as possible because I need to take to transport the equipment to and from the site during the days of operation.Anyways this is what I want to do:
Use System 76 laptops because I know 100% they are ubuntu compatible from the ground up and also because I have used one of their laptops in the past for personal use and liked it alot. My electronic medical record program would be OpenEMR which is a HIPAA compliant program and best of all opensource and can be run off a server on site.
I have already tried contacting some IT companies here in the Phoenix Arizona area and they try to tell me to use MS windows computers and get commercial software and they dont work with linux so thats why I decided to ask the forum.
Here are my questions:
1) Can I use a lapt
[SOLVED] network printer setup using HP2600n
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 30, 2008
I have started searching the threads but i think i'm still not getting it right somehow. My printer is setup purely as a network printer ie it has no physical connection to either the two XP mchines or my laptop which is purely Ubuntu 8.04. the network is wired ETHERNET not wireless. Printing from either of the two XP mchines is fine
Following is how I attempted the setup in hardy heron.
this displays Printing configuration - localhost
Under Server settings - nothing is selected (ticked)
Under Local printers - PDF
Select New Printer - asks to select connection>Devices
selected AppSocket/HP JetDirect
Host - named it mobile (laptop name)
Port Number - already set at 9100
selected HP from list of printer vendors
Select Model - Color Laserjet 2600n
Drivers - HP Color Laserjet2600n Foomatic/foo 2hp [en](recommended)
printer name - 2600n
Description - HP Color Laserjet 2600n
Howto setup Samsung CLX3160FN for network printing
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 24, 2007
I bought myself a Samsung CLX-3160FN – a colour laser MFP. I chose this printer because the brochure said that it supported Linux and the Samsung sales guy said that it does indeed support Linux – plus the price was quite reasonable for colour laser MFP.
Unfortunately when I tried setting it up I was deeply disappointed as the driver on the CD and the latest driver I downloaded from Samsung's web-site does not work. I did manage to print the test page but nothing else would print. It would be just garbage. I looked around the Ubuntu forum and found several threads describing how to install the Grand Unified Driver, but they were all meant for mono models and mostly using direct connection via USB. I needed to install my printer on the network. Searching wider I found some threads on other forums describing this model as unusable under Linux and that it would only work on Windows .
Not one to give up so easily I spent the last 2 days searching the web for any info
HOWTO: Setup a Brother HL2070N for Network Printing on Xubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 31, 2006
Alright, after wrestling with this for a while, I finally pieced together enough information to get my Brother HL2070N working over the network for Xubuntu.
First off, you need to be able to manage cups on xubuntu. You have two options, re-enable the CUPS web interface, or install gnome-cups-manager:
For the Web Interface (blatantly ripped from here):
Select “System”->”Administration”->”Users and Groups” from the main menu on your desktop.
Select “Show all users” and/or “Show all groups”.
Add the user “cupsys” to the group “shadow” in the “groups” tab.
Restart cupsys by issuing the command:
$sudo /etc/init.d/cupsys restart
For gnome-cups-manager: (this will not install a menu item, you'll have to start this from the command line)
$sudo apt-get install gnome-cups-manager
If we wanted to use USB, we'd follow the steps here, but we want to use networking, so lets continue!
login to your CUPS web-config at http://localhost:631, or run gnome-cups-manager
[SOLVED] wifi setup through network manager...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 12, 2014
Hello, I have just installed slackware 14.1. I have read most of the posts and docs regarding wireless setups, and so far I understand that there are three possible methods, network manager, wicd, or through wpa supplicant.
Now, I've chosen network manager from the netconfig daemon, disabled rc.inet1 and made it unexecutable( that's necessary right? ). And tried connecting through network manager in kde. It detects the modem, shows the available connections, so I configured the the connection properties, gave the password( its wpa2/psk connection). Network manager shows its connected, but I can't access internet. I pinged google from konsole but response seemed to be intermittent, and sometimes no response comes, but all the time the network manager shows connected.
I don't know what I should do nw. And I haven't done anything after installation, its running default huge kernel( will make any difference if I switch to generic). I tried installing wicd too ( after disabling network ma
Reverse router setup, from wireless to wired network..
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 28, 2003
Heya, I currently live in a wired house, with over 10 ports and 6 computers. The setup is quite a mess but basically I am running a D-Link 8 port router to 7 rooms, then i have a 4 port hub running off the last port of the router, then it goes to the other 3 rooms. I also have hubs in a couple of the rooms. I am running RoadRunner High Speed Internet (Time Warner Cable).
My next door neighbor recently got roadrunner also, and currently has a wireless router up and running. He has offered to let us piggyback off of him, so that we can just split the cost. Well, I have 6 computers, like I said, and cannot afford to purchase 6 new wireless cards. Heres what I want to do:
setup one of my linux machines with two network cards, a wireless and a wired. Pull in the signal from my neighbor with the wireless card, then use my computer's other card to send it to my router/hubs. This would be so that I could use my existing wiring, but still grab his line.
Basically I want a re
Network Bridge (Amazon EC2 and OpenVPN setup)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 18, 2011
My aim is to set up a openVPN server in an amzon ec2 instance (ubuntu 10.04 server) to have access to the internet
I have tested setting up a VPN on my home server and would like to do so on Amazon EC2 but I am unsure of how to configure the network settings (and creating the bridge interface using bridge utils) as all the various guide I read rely on the server having a static IP address. As far as I understand every time you start an instance it is assigned a new ip address? I don't really want to keep it running constantly as i will only be using it occasionally!
As well as creating the bridge interface I am unsure how to edit the server.conf file (as i presume they rely on satic ip adresses) where it says :
"server-bridge a.b.c.d 255.255.255.0 a.b.c.e a.b.c.f"
Also would the computer connecting be assigned an address by the amazon ec2 dhcp (or whatever they use) and would it work?
Does a bridge interface need to be created if i ju
Raspberry Pi Watchdog Setup Network "ping" multiple IP's
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 14, 2014
I'm hoping this community can give me some direction on the Watchdog Timer and it's setup.
I'm using Debian on the Raspberry Pi and installed the watchdog daemon. It's working well in that I've setup the Watchdog to check on an IP (my router) and I reboot the router the Pi does reboot as well. What I'd like to do though is setup Watchdog to watch 2 IP's and not just one. In this way I can reboot one of the 'watched' devices and not reboot the Pi.
I know in the Watchdog setup I use Network "ping" and the example on this page seems to say I can use more than one IP - http://www.sat.dundee.ac.uk/psc/watc...configure.html. Problem is though if I put in two IP's into my Watchdog config file and I reboot only one of the 'watched' IP's my Pi still reboots which is not what I wanted to happen.
Is this possible to watch two IP's to help ensure my Pi doesn't unnessarily reboot?
Setup a Peer to Peer Home Network with Point & Click Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 19, 2008
See my point above on setting group permissions. Unless you make the user a member of sambashare, it cannot write to /var/lib/samba/usershares.
Note that linux is a* retentive about permissions because it's a security thing.
Centos 6.6: incomplete network KVM setup
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 23, 2015
I've got part way into installing a kvm guest on my desktop at home, but can't get the networking going.
(this is for self education at home).
/rant - I did this a while ago, but can't find my notes... grrr /rant
Anyway, here's the tech info
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