I've been having a problem with Bluetooth on Debian 8 Jessie i just can't connect to any bluetooth device, i have only tested my smartphone and my bluetooth headphones, i am using blueman manager.After attempting to connect to my bluetooth headphones/smartphone it just disconnects and says "Connection Failed: No such file or directory",i don't know if i have to create a config file or something, the error message doesn't say anything but the error previously mentioned.
Just resently I managed to activate internal bluetooth adapter. I'm not expert in command line and everything I could was done in GNOME. Same like most other systems an icon appears in panel bar whenever I used to type <modprobe omnibook ectype=14>. It took me some time to set everything with the kind help from URL... So the thing is that after fingering with some newly installed packages concerning b-tooth utilities that icon is gone and b-tooth is not active.
I installed Blueman & paired my headset successfully but I get this error message when I connect my headset, "Failed to initialize pulseaudio bluetooth module. Bluetooth audio over pulseaudio will not work". When I go to Pulse Audio Volume Control, it's not showing in my hardware list.
I've followed the guide at URL.... but my computer is unable to find any Bluetooth devices. Whether I'm using the command line or gnome-bluetooth, I don't get any results. If I plug in a cheap USB adapter, I'm able to connect and use the devices.My computer is a HP ProBook 4330s running Debian Jessie. And as far as I can tell the Bluetooth adapter is a Ralink rt3592 combination Wi-Fi and Bluetooth PCI card. The Wi-Fi works fine, but when i try to connect to a Bluetooth device, I get no search results.
I am using Squeeze and all appears OK at first... I have a DHCP lease, PING to router works, apache servering fine in and outside the network, Epiphany seems to connects to default debian.org only, BUT I cannot connect to any other websites and apt will not connect to any servers. I installed once, tried to fix problem, gave up and reinstalled and still have the same problem.
I unistalled Network Manager thinking that was the problem, but still the same issue. Is there a default firewall blocking certain connections or am I missing something I'm supposed to know about? I installed some non-free firmware in the beginning of install and all worked... and I connected fine when downloading packages during install.
I have installed Linux Mint 7 and Windows XP on my laptop Sony Vaio VGN-CR260A. In Windows my external speakers, built-in speakers and headphones all work well. how to connect external speakers to work in Linux Mint. But the laptop's built-in speakers and my headphones don't work in Linux.
I have a problem with the configuration of the NS zone. Looked through the logs, and there:
Apr 28 21:20:19 szewczyk named: /etc/bind/db.domain.pl:1: no current owner name Apr 28 21:20:19 szewczyk named: zone domain.pl/IN: loading from master file /etc/bind/db.domena.pl failed: no owner
I did a netinstall earlier today (latest version, amd64) on my Dell XPS laptop and ended up with a minimal installation because I couldn't connect to the internet. Now I'm trying to get online without a desktop environment.
I have an Intel Centrino 1030, so I downloaded and installed the firmware [URL].... with a usb, then rebooted. My searches have turned up a lot of instructions involving a utility called iwconfig and wpasuppliant, but these are apparently not installed. I don't really know much about it, but my /etc/network/interfaces file looks rather empty:
Code: Select all# The loopback interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback
Shouldn't there be something like wlan0 there? The network card does show up with lspci
I have been using another OS but thought for Ham Radio Debian might be good however my stupidity took over right at the start.Have a live cd and works fine but I don't know how to connect to the Internet.Using DSL.
I need to connect to a serial port server via /dev/tty.. . The serial port IP addresses are the server's IP address with a particular port # (10001, 10002 etc). The way this seems to work is to create a pseudo-tty and somehow link or configure it to point to the serial server's IP/port #'s.
I installed testing on my netbook with cd1. and too my suprise it didn't even include something as important as network manager. all i want to do is connect to my wired internet, install network manager, then install my driver for card. if i can just get wired working i will be homefree. the directions for installing my wire3less driver look super simple.
I am trying to connect to a Debian account through SMB. So far I havn't had any luck and from what I have read online, without Windows 7 registry modifications, I won't get anywhere either. I have tried two main configurations on in the smb.conf. The first method was to use 'security = share' and submit the username and password on the created share. That didn't work. The second method was to use 'security = user' and authenticate to the entire smb server. That didn't work either.
I am unsure what username/password I have to enter. I am using the accounts credentials, but it isn't letting me connect with those. It also wants me to use a domain (something like 'LAPTOPusername' and then password) which I don't understand the relevance. What domain should I use?
When it comes down to it I just want an SMB share that all the Windows 7 computers in my house can access, but still requires a password. Are there any guides available? Please make sure they are up to date with the latest SAMBA and Windows 7 configuration. The ones I have gone over are old and didn't fix my problem. Also if I need to modify the registry then it isn't worth it.
I have mounted an NFS share with ISO images on my kvm Server. If i connect such a iso to a VM (using virt-manager) for installing a operating system i get the following error on startup: Error starting domain: internal error Process exited while reading console log output: char device redirected to /dev/pts/1 qemu: could not open disk image /mnt/iso/public/Linux/Distributions/Debian/debian-504-amd64-netinst.iso: Permission denied
The problem is definitly that kvm (or qemu or libvirt-bin, i don't know) tries to set permissions (rwx owner for libvirt-qemu, --- for kvm group, --- for other) on the file, although it has read permissions. Is it possible to change this behavior?
I installed a fresh Debian Desktop without the LAN cable connected. After that I got message when I put the cable in:
Code: Select allNetwork Interface Connection New Wired Connection failed
I have tried to re-install everything once again with the cable in, but during the Debian installation there was no network detected.
However, I proceeded and re-installed Debian. But the problem persists. It continues to re-connect and than disconnect. There is a symbol showing re-connection. The network eth0 is visible to the machine.
I booted Mint Live disc and the same happens there.
I have Debian 8 with VBoxGuestAdditions (4.3.18). I can connect to this box from Win7 using RDP (mstsc.exe). When I connect from Windows 10 using mstsc.exe I've got error code 2308. I tried NoMachine, 2XClient, RoyalTS none worked.
W10 connecting with RDP to Linux server? If I would install xrdp onto the Linux server would it work for me?
Is it possible to connect from Win10 to Linux using RDP?
Finally took the plunge and decided to give debian a go, not done so before as feared it would be too complicated. Net install went ok. Used to wiki to get me wireless up and running by copying those commands provided most of which made no sense (why the separate kernel image for wireless?).
Anyway seems to have worked so now to the problem I can't connect to my wireless network its not broadcasting so configured it manually the way I do in ubuntu through the net manager, it doesn't connect at all.
I set up a vpnc connection, and it says it connects fine, but then I have no internet connection at all, and cannot ssh into the remote server(the reason i need this vpn) or do anything else involving the internet.I question if it actually connects at all, as sudo vpnc myconf.conf only shows the connect banner and never progresses from there.
Two nights ago I decided to switch from testing to unstable. Since then I am able to connect to the internet, but not to anything on my local network. I am unable to ping this computer from another one on the network. This computer is connected through wireless. I thought that something might have changed with iptables that was blockinghe localnetwork. I tried to "flush the iptables settings with "iptables -F". Since that didn't work I uninstalled iptables (which didn't work and I reinstalled iptables). In my browser I tried to connect to my router and that doesn't work either.I connect to this computer daily through ssh and connect to a NAS. Without ssh and my NAS I feel kinda lost
I am attempting to get my laptop wireless to connect to my router. Wicd sees my router, I enter the known good password, and it reports bad password. Configuring router without wireless security and attempting to connect with wicd without security fails also. Laptop wireless has worked with other another linux distro, and windows.
Environment:Squeeze installed to Dell laptop with wireless: Bus 003 Device 002: ID 0a5c:4500 Broadcom Corp. BCM2046B1 USB 2.0 Hub (part of BCM2046 Bluetooth)
Wicd reports that it fails with this text:
2011/01/11 20:06:02 :: Putting interface down 2011/01/11 20:06:02 :: Releasing DHCP leases... 2011/01/11 20:06:02 :: attempting to set hostname with dhclient 2011/01/11 20:06:02 :: using dhcpcd or another supported client may work better
My sid machine currently can't access debian.org, through apt hitting the repositories, surfing through Epiphany or Iceweasel, or pinging the server directly. It was working fine until about four days ago. However, if I type in the IP address, I can access the website, so it must be some sort of DNS issue. My home server, running Squeeze, can access debian.org just fine. Any suggestions for how to fix it?
I have a laptop (running Arch Linux) and a desktop. Until recently my desktop computer ran Arch but I'm taking Debian for a spin now. At my home there is a wireless network with WPA2 encoding. I use the wicd gui to connect to this. I assume, that since I can see the SSID in the wicd window, all drivers are correctly installed and functioning. On my Arch computer, wicd reports this SSID as having WPA2 encoding, but on the Debian computer, it shows up as WEP. Even when I choose the correct encryption thing, WPA2 (preshared key), and put the correct password in, I can't get a connection up.
Since a recent update on Stretch, I have been unable to use the network-manager to connect to my home wireless network on my laptop. It was working fine before. I did not change any settings on the WLAN router. I can still connect to other wireless networks at work and university, just not this particular one at home. All other non-Debian devices in my household are still able to connect just fine.While figuring this out, I have tried connecting manualy with ifup but I don't really know how that works. Right now there is only the loopback entry in /etc/network/interfaces.
Below is the output of syslog, when gnomes network-manager is trying to connect, but fails. Code: Select allJul 19 20:01:57 debian NetworkManager: <info> (wlan0): Activation: starting connection 'Affenbande' Jul 19 20:01:57 debian NetworkManager: <info> (wlan0): Activation: Stage 1 of 5 (Device Prepare) scheduled... Jul 19 20:01:57 debian NetworkManager: <info> (wlan0): Activation: Stage 1 of 5 (Device Prepare) started...
So I have a router that I've gotten from my ISP, which seems to run a hardened, custom version of OpenWRT. By that I mean it's read-only and has a lot of files mostly in RAM. So putting custom firmware on it is not an option for me right now, as it's by only router. Actually, it's not just a router, it's an Actiontek modem/router combo.
So anyway, lets say I have a machine on my LAN and I want to basically SSH into a box by hostname. Now the thing is, I prefer using OpenDNS (previously OpenNIC) as my DNS, and so I don't use my router as my nameserver, though I could do that.
So how do I connect to my machine by hostname? I would prefer a solution that does not use Avahi/Zeroconf or editing the hosts file. People have said setting up a local DNS server might be okay, but I'd have to do that for every machine I'd want added to my network. Kind of almost as bad as editing a static hosts file. I use really want to use DHCP over static IP assigning, and the one on my router is not as advanced, so I can't use my hosts file. And also,
So is Zeroconf the only solution? I'm not sure how to set up Zeroconf. Do you just install Avahi?
I want a simple, almost Arch-linux solution, lean and clean, using only the most minimal software. I don't care how much configuring I'd have to do, as long as it's going to stay reliable as well.
i am searching for way to connect to my home network from any point only just if i have internet. i've heard about VPN and i think that this is right solution for my problem. can anyone point me to doc for beginners for setting up a VPN server? ps i've already searched for some articles and found two which were really for newbie, but it is interesting to find "best" how to for configuring vpn server.