Personal File Sharing in Ubuntu, no packages installed
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 14, 2013
I am trying to enable personal file sharing on my Ubuntu 12.04 install but when I access the Personal File Sharing menu it tells me the necessary packages are not installed. What exactly is it looking for and why is this not installed by default? Seems like a very basic thing to include in an operating system.
And as much as I love setting up samba shares, sometimes it would be nice to just right click a folder and choose sharing options. Can anyone assist?
can not open the ports on Ubuntu 13.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 8, 2013
Hello, I am so new on serial port programming.
My machine has Ubuntu 13.04, I am trying to open the "/dev/ttyS0" or "/dev/ttyS1" on that but I can not! and always the output is -1. What should I do?
open a port in ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 17, 2010
i want to know how can i open the udp/port 162 in my ubuntu 9.04 to receive snmp trap permanently.
il want that when i open my machine it opens automatically
Enabling/Open port 7373 on Ubuntu default installation
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2013
I installed a software application, ATTO Configuration Tool v4.1. The tool listens on localhost port 7373, however I receive the message that the connection to localhost (127.0.0.1) port was refused.
I installed the latest Ubuntu with all defaults on a box, and proceeded to upgrade to the latest and greatest version that I could get. I also installed Java, the RAID driver for the ATTO R608 card, and of course the ATTO Configuration Tool v4.1, also the latest.
I am able to see other computers on the network from the ATTO Configuration Tool, so the software installed fine and works. The problem is a security thing or something like that on Ubuntu Linux. I did not install any firewall, so just the default.
I ran "netstat an | grep "LISTEN " and saw three entries, two of which are localhost, but not the port that I want.
The error message is:
The connection to '127.0.0.1:7373' was refused.
How do I open that port?
I read that Ubuntu has all ports closed by
How to Open Bittorrent Port on Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 20, 2008
I am running the latest edition of Ubuntu which I just installed a few days ago, and I am trying to download a torrent using the Transmission BitTorrent Client. However when I go into Edit -> Preferences and it tries to check the port 51413 it says the port is closed. Does anybody know how I can open the port and allow me to download torrents?
[SOLVED] Boost shared library file missing in ubuntu 13.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 3, 2013
I was trying to install and run some software. when I run it it gives me this error:
How to run system file checker on ubuntu 10.10 without damaging the system
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 9, 2011
I am getting occasional errors during the boot process.
One at the beginning and one or two when I switch to single user mode.I 'd like to run the system file checker to fix any possible errors.But when I run fsck in the terminal I get the message:
LXer: A better file manager for Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 20, 2013
Published at LXer:
Nautilus file manager has removed many features to simplify the application. Some of the features that have been removes are the tree view and being able to edit the file path. This tutorial is how to install the Nemo file manager from Cinnamon and set it as default in Ubuntu. The following will install and configure Nemo which is a full featured file manager in Ubuntu.
Retreiving a .config file for standard Ubuntu kernel
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 26, 2005
How do i get the .config file that made my kernel? I used one from the install cd. uname -r gives me 2.6.10-5-386 and I dont see the source package for this version using synaptic. Can I recreate that .config file exactly or must I make a new kernel? Would the .config file be the same that comes with the kernel-source-2.6.10 package? Or maybe I'm barking up the wrong tree. I'm assuming I need this to run through making some needed output files. cdemu (http://cdemu.sourceforge.net) says it can't find the linux/version.h file and I thought running thru the build process would create that file. Am I just being stupid and missing something obvious? Any information would be appreciated.
no inetd file found in ubuntu 10.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 3, 2011
no inetd file found in ubuntu 10.04
after i run command sudo apt-get install openbsd inetd
still that file is not created : /etc/inetd.conf
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