httpd running but websites offline
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 30, 2012
I see no processes via "top" from httpd.
Here is my ps -aux
Wired Network Disconnected You are offline in ubuntu 11.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 13, 2012
Hello, I am completely noob to the ubuntu..
have installed ubuntu 11.10 in my (Gigabyte)PC...
while installing it showed the error "Wired Network Disconnected - You are offline" a few times...
I jst ignored it, thought it would be b'coz of the running installation...
but now even after completely installing ubuntu the same error is displayed frequently...
Even though I have plugged the internet wire properly it shows the same error...
may I know why is so...
I want to connect to internet...
another point is that when I use windows I do not face any such problem..
I can easily access internet on windows...
will anyone please tell me what is wrong...
please do guide me...
I have only username & password that my internet provider has provided me...
how can I connect to internet...??
Offline installations in Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 4, 2013
I'm trying to install the required software to get my Wifi to work on a g5 mac that has been converted to a Linux machine.
I found a tutorial (text below) that outlines this process, but the tutorial seems to assume the machine already has internet access. But I have no way of accessing internet with that computer before the WiFi starts working.
So my question is this: How should I change the code below if I have already transferred the necessary packages to my desktop (using a memory stick)? In other words, how do I tell the terminal to use existing files instead of trying to download something?
Download, extract and build b43-fwcutter software version 011, which will be used to extract the Broadcom drivers:wget http://bu3sch.de/b43/fwcutter/b43-fwcutter-011.tar.bz2 [ENTER]
tar xjf b43-fwcutter-011.tar.bz2 [ENTER]
cd b43-fwcutter-011 [ENTER]
make [ENTER]The make command above should generate output similar to the following: cc -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -std=c99 -Wall
How should i map Windows thread priority macros to Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 12, 2008
i am porting Windows based application to Linux and facing some difficulties while mapping some thread prority macroes(Windows) to respective Linux values.
As far as i know thread priorities in Windows vary from 1(Lowest) to 31(Highest) where in Linux it varies from 1(Lowest) to 99(Highest).Is this information correct?
Now following are the Macros i am using in Windows for which i want corrosponding values in Linux....
Please help ):
Display keyboard map on screen?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 1, 2007
I've set up the KDE Keyboard Tool to give me five different language options and it works fine. The problem: I don't know the keyboard layouts! I installed the "phonetic" alternative to each language but I still end up guessing in the dark half the time.
I need an "on-screen keyboard," a.k.a. "virtual keyboard," that will display multiple languages. I've tried onboard, gtkeyboard, and matchbox-keyboard. None of them notice when I change the input language. I could just search for keyboard maps online for the different languages, but that's a pain.
Mac OS used to have a program called "Key Caps" that would do this; Windows has a program called "On-Screen Keyboard" that does the same thing. Please tell me something exists for Linux!
Thanks in advance!
Install Synaptic offline
location: linux.com - date: March 27, 2014
How can I install Synaptic package manager OFFLINE on ubuntu 11 ?
HOWTO: Download package dependencies for offline installation
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 19, 2009
Have you ever been into trying to install a package in a computer that is not connected to the network? Keep reading to find solutions to this problem.
Follow these Steps:
Find out what packages have to be downloaded
Case 1: You have a recent synaptic version.
The first step would be to open Synaptic and select the package(s) you want to install. Then go to File -> Generate package download script and save it naming it as you want (herein referred as download_script_file).
Case 2: You don't have a recent synaptic version or you are not using any window manager.
Use grabpackages.py (attached). Type python grabpackages.py -h to see the help. This is the command you would use to download Inkscape and its dependencies:
python grabpackages.py -o download_script_file inkscape
Now take download_script_file to the computer with internet access.Download the packages
Case 1: The computer with internet access has a linux OS with wget installed.
Open a terminal
Want to download web pages so I can open offline
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 25, 2009
Use Firefox 3.0.7
Use GNU Wget 1.11.4
I have a question about downloading web pages. If I download with web page complete will I be able to open the pages without being on line, or will there be some pages that I will still need to log in for.
If a web browser is not sufficient, is there some command I can use with Wget to accomplish this?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 8, 2009
I'm purdy sure I'm SOL, but I'll ask anyway ...
So, I'm trying to set-up a homemade DVR to record ATSC football.
The card I bought requires Vista ... or, possibly, Ubuntu 9.04.
I installed the latter on an older IBM tower ... which went ok.
However, when I tried to install the card's software, I got something about "dialog" missing. I think I've found the right package, now ... and therein lies the problem. I have no internet at home. So I've copied the file(s) to a flash-drive ... and I'll have to try to install them at home.
I know enough UNIX/Linux to be dangerous. And in Windows, I'm actually not too shabby. But I'm afraid there's obviously a lot I don't understand about how Linux works. Until now, I didn't care.
So, if I'm gettin' this right, I should be using a "package manager" rather than "downloading and installing", myself. But, without an internet connection, I don't see that happening.
So, how bad 'o shape am I in, here? As soon
Installing OpenOffice.org Offline on Ubuntu Studio 8.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 20, 2008
I have Ubuntu studio running on my computer at home, and I want to put OpenOffice.org on it, but I have to install all of the *.deb packages manualy. Because a lot of the dependencies are not satisfied, I have put a virtual machine onto my Hard drive with Ubuntu Studio installed. and I have to download the .deb's and keep looking for the right ones and keep downloading them onto the virtual machine and trying them to see if they work which is going straight through a windows system because where I am studying they do not use Linux.
I'm just wanting to know, is there any faster way to do this? because doing it all manualy takes a lot of time, and its probally not going to be worth it until I get the internet within the Ubuntu studio Machine.
If any one is able to help me, that would be great
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