General :: Server Automatically Reboots / When Plug In Network Cable

Jul 14, 2010

Linux Server automatically reboots when i plug in the network was working fine till 2 days back and no changes were made to it.any light on this note pls? kindly confirm if any logs are required for the discussion!

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General :: NIC Is Faulty Because When Plug The Network Cable In Get The Green And Orange Light?

Apr 5, 2011

Guy Im having issues getting my NIC to work. I dont think the NIC is faulty because when I plug the network cable in I get the green and orange light and I get the below result when running lspci | grep net

:~$ lspci | grep net
02:08.0 Ethernet Controller: Intel Corporation 82801BA/BAM/CA/CAM Ethernet Controller (Rev 42)


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Mar 20, 2010

I installed and configured mysql 5.0 on my opensuse 11.1 box. But I have no idea how to get it to start automatically when the server reboots.

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General :: Automatically Connecting To A Network When The Cable Is Plugged In?

Apr 2, 2011

Is there a way to have linux connect to the network when the ethernet cable is plugged in? I'm using Gentoo Linux, and I haven't found the right setup for the conf/net that'll allow me to do that.

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Ubuntu :: Laptop Goes Off When Plug/unplug AC Cable?

Jan 13, 2010

My problem here is the following: whenever I plug or unplug the AC cable in or out of my laptop it goes on hibernation, which is very annoying indeed. Sometimes I just want to plug it because I'm downloading something and my battery is running out.I would like to add that when my laptop goes into hibernation, and I try to bring it back up nothing happens, only the fans go on, but no activity other than that, at which point always just end up shutting the computer down cold and restarting it, which is getting to be a huge problem

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Hardware :: Adapter FROM Usb Plug - On Cable - To Standard Mic - Audio Port ?

Jan 3, 2010

My question regards available hardware... an adapter taking a USB plug_ at end of a mic cable_ which adapter would then connect to the computer's standard audio/mic input.

Anybody seen such an adapter ? After looking an hour or so this morning on USB gadget sites, I found lots of the audio-mic-plug-TO-usb adapters, but this again is the opposite of what I need.

The problem Im having is with older versions of a sound app I use (audacity)_ newer versions of this specifically support USB mics_ but_ that feature is missing in older versions.

Assuming audacity will treat any legal connection via audio port as "mic"

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OpenSUSE Network :: Lamp Server To Send Automated Emails Using Cable Providers SMTP Server?

Jun 19, 2010

Somewhere out there there has to be someone that can help me set up my lamp server to send automated emails using my cable providers SMTP server

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Reboots Automatically As Soon As Shutdown Completes?

Dec 7, 2010

I've been googling my brains out looking for a solution to this. So far, nothing.

As the title suggests, every time I attempt to shut the computer down it instantly reboots the moment the internal fans stop whirring.

So far I've tried:

-shutting down via the terminal (this actually makes the reboot happen instantly rather than waiting for the fans to stop)

-looking in the BIOS for any obvious settings which may be causing this

-performing a dpkg repair

-Allowing "Proposed" updates in the Updater

-installing (slightly) older Kernel (2.6.35-22 as opposed to 2.6.35-23)

-installing newer (2.6.36) kernel

I know others are having this issue, but other threads I've read seem to have fizzled out with no conclusion. Has anyone managed to find a way to make this work if they've had the bug?

Any advice at all? Is it worth trying an even older kernel? Or an even older version of Linux?

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General :: Handling Network Plug / Unplug In (Debian)

Jun 15, 2011

I want to run a script when the switch goes down and an other when it goes up. Is there an easy way to pull this off in Debian (preferably with no other than system tools)? I suppose there is no difference (in the OS point of view) between unplugging ethernet cable and the switch losing power.

On an event I get lines like these in the syslog:
Jun 15 17:49:41 debian kernel: [ 5506.956130] igb: eth1 NIC Link is Down
Jun 15 17:49:45 debian kernel: [ 5511.168788] igb: eth1 NIC Link is Up 1000 Mbps Full Duplex, Flow Control: RX/TX

In FreeBSD you can pipe log messages (pre-filtered by regex patterns) to a program. What is the easiest way to replicate this on Debian (with as little additional software as possible)?

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General :: Connecting Ubuntu PCs Via Network Cable?

May 1, 2010

How can I connect two PCs having Ubuntu OS with network cable?Similarly how can I connect two PCs one having Ubuntu and another having WINDOWS OS?

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General :: Networking - Impossible To Run A Network Cable

Dec 16, 2010

I have a Verizon wireless/wired router that I access the internet through. I have a desktop computer running Slackware 13.1 i386, but it is in a place where it would be impossible to run a network cable to. Would you buy a USB wireless card? Would it work with Linux? Is there another way I can get my computer networked that I am not thinking of?

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General :: Transfer Files From One Pc To Another Using A Network Cable

Apr 24, 2011

I was wondering if there's a way to transfer files from one pc to another using a network cable or something

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General :: Acer Aspire Network - Cable Won't Connect

Feb 1, 2011

My laptop connects fine wirelessly but when I try connecting with the cable it won't connect. I have tried an identical laptop and that connects fine so it must be the laptop but I don't know why.

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General :: Cluster Not Working After Removing Network Cable?

Mar 16, 2010

We were moving our cluter and during this process eth1 cable(external internet cable) was pluged-out. After pulg-in that wire again cluster is not working nicely and some process including mysql is not working.

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OpenSUSE :: The KDE Network Monitor Requires 3 Reboots Before Being Able To Connect To Wireless Network

Mar 10, 2011

After installing 11.4, I need to type in the command to update the firmware for a broadcom wifi adapter. Then I needed to reboot, twice, before the system knew to use the adapter (where the adapter wifi light goes from orange to blue).

Then I needed to add my wireless network and type in my key. But the key does not take. If I click on my wireless network icon, it just re-asks for the key and does not connect nor give any other message. Network icon continues to display no connection.

So I need to reboot again.

When the system starts again, the adapter is blue, I click on the icon for my wifi network and it connects without asking for my key and I can then set to start my wifi by default.

Now my wifi works fine.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Plug In Realtek RTL8187 Wireless Adapter Disconnects Automatically Randomly

Feb 3, 2010

When I first turn it on to the desktop, it automatically connects and disconnects automatically 5 times then sometimes it would disconnect a few times randomly out of the blue.

This ia an external single usb wireless adapter you plug in the usb port on my desktop tower.

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Ubuntu Networking :: How To 'sudo Cable-start' Automatically On Boot

Feb 19, 2011

i use ubuntu 10.10 installed in wubi on my girlfriend's order to connect to the internet i had to install a dialer script and then i need to type in terminal: sudo cable-start and then password BUT i wish this to happen automatically when booting the machine.i am sure that it is possible, but have no clue how to do it.

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Ubuntu Networking :: If Plug Into An Ethernet Network After Boot The Network Never Connects

Oct 5, 2010

I have a system running a very basic LTS install (10.04). Ubuntu has been setup with very little additional packages. No GUI. Once it's booted to a prompt for the first time I add the following packages,

cups cupsys ssh pi memtester nfs-common
aptitude safe-upgrade

At this time I don't have additional information on exactly what packages are installed. I did not perform the installs myself. I will update this thread when I get more details from my IT counterpart on how the system was setup.

This is used for a headless(no monitor, no keyboard) system running some custom applications.

Here are two problems.

1. If I plug into an ethernet network after I boot, the network never connects. I need to reboot with the network connected in order to get an IP. What is the service to "auto connect" to a network?

2. I have a network printer configured on lpd called myprinter. If I am connected to the network when I boot, I can print to this printer just fine using:


However, If I boot disconnected from the network and print to myprinter, the jobs obviously cannot print. They get spooled. Using 'lpstat -t' I can see that the spooled print jobs are assigned a job number and that myprinter is trying to connect. I shutdown, reconnect my ethernet network and boot up. All my printer configuration is blown away.

/etc/cups/printers.conf has been wiped out to look like this:


My 'good' printer configuration is copied to printers.conf.O

To recover from this, I need to stop cups, copy printers.conf.O to printers.conf, restart cups, and re-setup my network printer.

So, What causes my printers to get wiped out? I've repeated this on 4 systems with the same setup.

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General :: Net Boot From Debian Server Using Directly Connected Ethernet Cable

Jun 23, 2011

I have a computer with grub installed, and nothing else. I'd like to install Debian on it without having to burn a CD. (and I don't have any flash disks.) It has a nice ethernet card, and I have another computer right next to it with an ethernet card. I also have an ethernet cable. However, I don't have any router free which I can mess with for these purposes. As I've looked up, apparently modern Ethernet cards don't need crossover cables, normal cables will work for this type of connection.

I've tried several different "tutorials" on how to set up a netboot server, but

None of them are complete. All of them assume that you understand how DHCP works, and that you can do things like set up a dnsmasq server. I don't understand the DHCP protocol, with submasks and whatnot (I know that it is the protocol for assigning computer network addresses, and that's it), and I don't think I should have to in order to simply connect two computers. All of the tutorials give you incomplete configuration files, and ask you to fill in things which I don't understand, and for me it doesn't make sense to customize these settings, as I just want to connect them and I really don't care what ip address the TFTP server has or whatnot. All of these assume that you are going through a router. I am not. When I try googling for ways to directly connect two linux computers with an ethernet cable, I can't even find instructions, just more references to "you need crossover cables".

So basically, I have two computers directly connected by ethernet cables. Tell me what packages I need to install, what the contents of my configuration files should look like, and what, if any, commands I need to run in order that when I turn on my second computer, and select network boot, it will start up a minimal debian system.

EDIT: Hmmm, it looks like I actually have a linux kernel installed too, but no root filesystem (so no other programs besides busybox).

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General :: Power Cable And SATA Cable In Different "boxes"?

Feb 18, 2011

I can't get a certain harddrive out of its mounting (screws too tight) , but I want it connected to a different computer. Is it possible to have the harddrive's powercable connected to one computer, and its SATA cable connected to another computer's motherboard? (The powercable is too short to connect it to the other computer.)

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General :: /etc/network/interfaces Doesn't Get Loaded Automatically

Feb 17, 2011

In Ubuntu 9.10 I configured manually network settings to /etc/network/interfaces, and it works fine when I run /etc/init.d/networking restart.

Problem is that those settings are not loaded to GUI application (Preferences/Network connections).

I don't want to edit my preferences there, I just want to use my interfaces file as default! Do you know what's going on?

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Red Hat :: RHEL 5.4 Server Reboots Randomly?

Jun 11, 2010

I have a RHEL 5.4 server that randomly reboots.The hardware is entirely Intel.12 GB RAMIntel RAID5Anyone else experience this issue?Grasping at strawsIt is a new server, (3months old), and has been having this issue ever since the initial installation

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Red Hat :: Server Reboots Sometimes Cron.daily

Dec 31, 2008

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General :: Setup Server To Automatically Synchronize Its Server Clocks?

Oct 5, 2009

How can I setup my Linux server to automatically synchronize its server clocks? We need to ensure our server clocks are set to the correct time always.

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General :: Prevent Network Manager From Automatically Enabling Wireless?

Jul 7, 2010

I'm running Linux Mint 9 with Gnome.

I don't want my wireless network card to be automatically enabled in Network Manager when I start my computer. I keep setting it to disabled in Network Manager but when I reboot Network Manager has re-enabled it again.

Is there some way of starting with wireless disabled until I tell Network Manager to enable it?

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Ubuntu / Apple :: EMac And IMac File Sharing With Ethernet Cable And Other Cable?

Oct 12, 2010

how I could file share, or make the whole Hard Drive (HDD) accessible to another computer. The two other computers I have are a Toshiba Laptop with Ethernet and USB, and a iMac Intel with Firewire, USB, and Ethernet. Putting these to use along with:

Three Ethernet Cables
Two Printer Peripheral USB Cables
The Two Computers
A 2GB Flash Drive

That is all I can think of right now. I do not want to use CDs. In a way, I would like to do a network boot. So, how do I get the whole HDD visible to the others computers (either/both) and be able to write to it? I want to put Xubuntu on it, and earse the rest of the Hard Drive. The computers getting this are the iMac G3s and the eMac G4. The eMac has 256MB RAM, 40GB HDD, and a 700MHz processor. Two iMacs have 128MB RAM, 40GB HDD, and a 600MHz Processor. The other iMac is the same as the rest but has a 500MHz processor.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Can't Get Novell Mono Plug In To Work With CTV Olympics Coverage

Feb 15, 2010

Hi. I'm running the 64 bit OpenSuse 11.2 distro with Firefox 3.5.7 and the Novell mono plugin installed but still can't watch the olympics coverage on CTV.

Is there something else I also need to install?

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Internet Connection Stops When Plug In Local Network?

Jul 25, 2011

I have a wireless cable modem/router and a PCI-E 1x wireless card in my desktop PC. It works perfectly until I connect my Ethernet cable to my local router and printer, no more internet connection. I am guessing there is a setting somewhere that tells the networking software that the hard wire connection is the primary internet gateway. How do I tell it to use the wireless as the primary gateway?

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CentOS 5 Hardware :: Server Reboots When UPS Unplugged?

Jun 3, 2011

I received a new Cyberpower CP1000PFCLCD UPS today. I let it charge for about 6 hours.My server is a former desktop PC with the following specs:MSI MotherboardAMD Athlon XP 2000+ CPU768 MB DDR RAMDual 80 GB HDD running RAID 1 (Disk Mirroring)After shutting the server, router, and backup drive down and plugging in the UPS, I did the UNPLUG test where you unplug the UPS to see if everything stays on.My Router and Backup disk both stayed powered on, but the Server immediately rebooted.Does anybody have any ideas how I can fix the server rebooting problem? It should be staying on just as everything else.

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OpenSUSE :: 11.2 - How To Reconnect Network Cable From Console

Jan 18, 2010

My network connection breaks almost every day. I don't know whose this problem - is it my system or my provider. Everything goes ok until some moment when network disappears and ping my gateway returns "Unreachable host". In that situation I usually plug out cable and plug it in again - now network works.

I wounder if there is a way to do something from console which has the same effect as plugging out/in cable? Or may be more preferred way - can I know what exactly doesn't work when network disappears? What i must repair? May be it save me from reconnecting cable

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