I want to view all my photos from every pc on any computer...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 8, 2009
I want something that will decentralize my photo collection and make it available anywhere on my home network. Additionally, a great degree of user friendliness and automation would be nice, as well as interoperability with windows machines.
As soon as photos are imported from a camera onto a computer, they would be copied onto a central server/storage device that would organize them into a hierarchy and make them available over the network. I'm thinking the "my pictures" folder on the windows pcs would be mapped to the server drive.
Basically what I want is something like the Intel Whole Home Storage concept. That's but a pipe dream for now. The next closest thing is something like an HP mediasmart server with it's media collector function but that involves windows (yuck) and hp (even more yuck).
I realize I might not get a lot of user-friendliness or automation from a linux application. But is there something I could at least try? Does something along the lines of
duel Linux and windows 7 on my windows 7 computer
location: linux.com - date: December 27, 2012
I have a windows 7 computer and i just got a second hard drive and a hard drive enclosure for it would works on my laptop it has 298 GB of free space on it i wont to use that hard drive for Linux but not the one build in my computer how do i do that and a download link for the Linux software wold be nice to.
need help Un able to open port 80 and open my site from other country globally
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 15, 2013
hi this is fasy here and first of all im sorry idnt know where i have to post my question so im just new here i m facing a problem actual i installed ubuntu server 12.04 and i configure it i already upload my site to www folder ands its working fine on my local network i saw so many tutorials for port forwarding and with the help of them i did port forward for acces my website globally i did 22 and 21 port forward and chek them on http://www.yougetsignal.com those 2 ports (22 and 21 ) showing open in that site but when i try with same way port 80 its shows me close i did router setting for port forwarding i have linsys router when i tack test in ubuntu router with ufw status it shows me To
80 ALLOW Anywhere22 ALLOW Anywhere
21 ALLOW Anywhere
80 ALLOW Anywhere (v6)
22 ALLOW Anywhere (v6)
21 ALLOW Anywhere (v6)
so i dont know where the problem i did some more search so it says may b ur service provider block port 80 if they block it so can i use an other port for http or i have to inst
How can I VNC my Ubuntu from Mac?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 11, 2010
I have installed VNC Server x11vnc on my Ubuntu 10.10 according to instructions on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNC .
I can ssh to my Ubuntu from my macbook OS X 10.6 through home router and get output like:
11/12/2010 00:18:51 screen setup finished.
The VNC desktop is: localhost:0
However, no matter what I tried, I cannot use a VNC client to view my Ubuntu desktop from my macbook. Every time connection failed. I have tried Chicken of the VNC and some other vnc clients, but they just don't work. Can somebody tell me how can I connect to my Ubuntu, please? I wanna know which client is used and its version or download link, and exactly how to set it up.
Unable to ssh to my server from behind draconian school firewall
- date: September 6, 2012
I'm trying to SSH to my home server from school. We have a pretty draconian filter/firewall here (whitelist based. seriously.), but I've assured that my IP is on the whitelist, and I can in fact visit my IP with a web browser and see the web server I've set up on the machine. But when I try SSH'ing in with PUTTY or similar, I get:
:~$ ssh 18.104.22.168
Connection closed by 22.214.171.124
indicating that it's infact my server machine that doesn't want to accept connections from me from behind the firewal. How do I fix this?
oh, and ssh -vvv give this:
:~$ ssh -vvv 126.96.36.199
OpenSSH_5.9p1 Debian-5ubuntu1, OpenSSL 1.0.1 14 Mar 2012
debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config
debug1: /etc/ssh/ssh_config line 19: Applying options for *
debug2: ssh_connect: needpriv 0
debug1: Connecting to 188.8.131.52 [184.108.40.206] port 22.
debug1: Connection established.
debug1: identity file /home/ubuntu/.ssh/id_rsa type -1
How to download a file to my PC from a remote server?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 3, 2008
I want to download a file from my remote server on my computer using an SSH client, say like PuTTY. How can I do that?
Thank you for any help provided.
ssh into my home ubuntu computer
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 16, 2006
At home ,I am using netgear 614 wireless router with 3 computers connected to it . I have a static Ip address from isp. Now, i am not sure what to do to allow me to ssh from office to my home linux box (ubuntu) ? I know its probably got to do with router config and some sshd configuration(maybe?). I am pretty bad at networking, can someone help me up here plz?
thx in advance
Can SSH into Linux box but can not see my network from the Linux box
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 17, 2008
I am having a random networking issue I was hoping someone could help me with.
I can access all network related protocols on my Linux box (SSH, VNC, Samba, web server) all from inside my local network and from outside the house. However, the Linux box can not ping or access any machine on my network. It can access the internet and ping the router only.
The machine has 2 network cards integrated on the mobo. I have tried both of them, I have also reinstalled the machine with those cards disabled and another NIC installed. All configurations yielded the same results.
build my own tiny computer?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 1, 2012
Is it possible, for the learning experience, for me to build some kind of tiny computer that has memory and processes instructions? Is there a good kit out there for that sort of thing? It wouldn't need to be capable of much, but it would need to be something I could learn to program. The idea would be to force myself to learn more about computer architecture and low-level programming, outside of the comfort of my x86_64 desktop. Maybe "embedded development" skills is what I'm looking for, but I'm not really sure.
Unfortunately, in college I was in the IT track rather than engineering, so I know a decent amount about C programming, but not much about hardware beyond the general PC stuff. For what it's worth, I once worked with a robot that had some eeprom and a tiny microcontroller, so I learn a little bit from that, and I also have basic soldering equipment. I don't mind doing some reading and research, but I'm not sure where to start.
First steps in my leap from enduser to developer
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 8, 2004
Well, it's official.
I picked up a beginner's book on C programming yesterday.
I've been using linux around 2 years now, and the bug finally bit-- Why not give something back?
Thus begins my journey in learning some programming... I've written and compiled 2 completely worthless programs so far.
Hopefully this will eventually lead me to to some knowledge I can apply in actually doing some good for the cause in the community.
After reading some of the kernel source code, methinks I have a long way to go... :-D
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