I'm running 10.10 on two different laptops at home, via an Apple Airport Express. I wanted to use audiopulse to stream my music, o I installed that, and the Airport express utility for windows using Wine.I got everything working swimmingly, then my internet input wouldn't work. I can, say, upload from Transmission, but not use browsers or download anything. In a stupid fit of panic, I uninstalled everything I had set up, to see if that would help, and reset all I could. Still nothing, and now my sound is gone.
depending on ubuntu and jokosher and it didn't work, it wouldn't see the input in the mic.I download jokosher the night before on windows just in case, and it was needed.can do one day testing, no internet though, so post all possible things and solutions here.How i was recording. I was recording with a condenser mic always on, and outputting from a audio board for a coffee house.
I started out with a RAID 0 of 3x 500GB drives. Partitioned to a 200gb Windows 7 install (plus the 100mb partition), a 50gb partition I was going to use for Ubuntu 9.10, and the around 1081GB NTFS storage partition. It wouldn't work, I tried a bunch of things, EasyBCD, ect, rebuilding grub, and everything else... wouldn't work for me. So I gave up, backed up everything and then rebuilt my RAID into to "separate" drives so that I could just change the booting drive depending on the flavour of frustration I was looking for at the time. Installed W7 back, installed Ub9.10 back. Windows loaded through it's drive fine. Ubuntu will not freaking load. So I ran a script I found laying around on one of the many.... MANY posts I read and will attach the outcome.
I have a dual boot system: windows xp and suse(10.2). I had to reinstall windows(again). When I tried to use the installer, it kept reseting my partitions to 500gb+ to linux. Nothing I tried would let me put it to the way it was(50gb to linux). Repair install failed. Update wouldn't work. MSwindows in the grub boot menu disappeared. I tried reinstalling suse. The installer blocked any attempt by me to put the partitions back to normal. How do reset the windows and linux partitions(850gb windows, 50gb to suse linux)?
When I installed my 64 bit system of Ubuntu 10.04 the sound worked very well and I were very happy. The problem started however when I installed Skype which uses pulseaudio. As soon as I start skype (or any other application that uses pulse, HoN for example) the applications sound output or input does not work at all. If I have pulseaudio started in some way, applications that I suppose do not use it like spotify or flash player stops to produce sounds. And when I type "pulseaudio" in the terminal it gives me this:
When I click on the network connection sign at the top of the screen on Xubuntu (even on Ubuntu--I uninstalled it to see if that was the problem but the problem persisted on Xubuntu), it will say wireless network 'device not ready'. i tried running a command from the Xubuntu Troubleshooting and it said that my device was turned off for some reason. This is not true as I made sure that I turned it on. I've tried everything else and I am all out of luck. I also do not have a boot-up CD for Xubuntu/Ubuntu and I'm not sure of how to do all those commands in the terminal . About my network card...
I forgot to mention at the bottom that it won't let me look at my hardware drivers and it says I don't have the correct things properly installed and then it won't show any drivers (so this problem probably cannot be solved using ndiswrapper).
I have been trying to connect to a wireless network and cant get farther than the network settings window. I can do just about anything with WIN XP but decided Ubuntu was 100x better and more stable. I can't get Ubuntu to search for Wireless networks or connect to one i typed in manually.
For any one who wants to know: I am using a...
HP Probook 6555b (laptop) 2Gb RAM 160Gb HDD a/g/n wireless + BT XP PRO running side by side with UBUNTU desktop 10.04 LTS 2.09Gh AMD II P320 32-Bit system and FYI: I know "geek-speak" so no need to dumb-down or explain basic stuff.
I recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 and it appears to be working fine except for one problem: the internet access does not work at all. It is supposed to connect through a wired LAN and can talk to the router but when it comes to opening a webpage or pinging a server it doesn't work. Firefox says that it can't connect and the ping does nothing.
The computer can connect fine when booting Windows XP, but on Ubuntu it can't. Here are some details about the two OSes: XP: Connects to network and internet Ubuntu: Connects to network but can't mount the 'Windows Network' folder which is the only thing in the Network directory. Can't connect to internet. I'm on a Dell Dimension 2400.
I've just installed Ubuntu 10.04 on a Dell Inspirion 1501 and I can't get the internet to work. I've tried configuring a DSL connection from System> Preferences> Network Connections and It doesn't recognize the password. On Windows it works just fine.
I have installed Ubuntu on an other computer using a Ubuntu 9.10 cd and I can connect to the internet perfectly. Now that I upgraded to Ubuntu 10.10, the internet won't work. I can see the connection but doesn't seem to be able to connect to it.
I remember having a similar problem with Ubuntu 9.10 on an different computer but I never found a fix to it. I tried searching for fixes to similar problems but none of them seemed to work.
I have just recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 and I can't get the internet connection to work. I have found out that the wireless adapter that is pre-installed in my laptop (toshiba satellite A665) has been interfering with the main wireless.
The adapter Ubuntu is trying to use it my WiMAX local wireless adapter which is incorrect. My main wireless adapter is my Intel(R) Centrino(R) Advanced-N 6250 AGN which Ubuntu can't find.
I just upgraded from 9.04 to 9.10. When I restarted, I admired the new login menu, then went to Firefox. I noticed that my wireless didn't work (it did in 9.04) Thinking I'd just need to reinstall the drivers, I plugged in the computer to a working Ethernet outlet with a working cord. I noticed that Ubuntu didn't tell me that Auto eth0 was connected. It didn't tell me anything. And then I went to Google and realized that the wired connection didn't work either. Then I came here on an iPod Touch and you know the rest.
I really want to convert over to ubuntu and use ubuntu netbook remix on my new netbook but I've had a hell of a time trying to get it to access the internet, I've tried installing drivers but I don't really know how.
My Netbook Details:
MSI U130 1.66 Intel Atom N450 1GB DDR2 Ram Windows 7 Starter 802.11 bgn 1r1t Mini Card Wireless Adapter
All my other systems work fine, tried setting mtu to 1492. Everything is set manually in network connections. Tried deleting and making a new connection. I set the dns servers in the /etc/resolve (don't remember the exact path.) I can ping servers fine. This was a fresh install of 9.10. Again, the internet worked fine until I installed the updates from the update manager.I had internet problems when I first started using ubuntu a couple years ago.
I have a desktop pc with xubuntu 9.10 32bit installed. I don't have direct access to this machine, but they told me that internet is not working (firefox, synaptic,etc...), but only skype works! If they reboot on windows, everything works well, so it's not a matter of connection or dns.It's very important because they work with that computer. How can i solve the problem? and what could be the cause of this strange anomaly
I've been running Ubuntu 10.04 inside Windows 7 (demo version) for 2 weeks or so now and I really loved it. So much so that, last night I decided to burn the boot cd and put a full installation of it on the computer, instead of using Windows 7. After doing so, I started getting some small problems.
First problem was with aMSN, the webcam doesn't work anymore. It used to work when I was using the demo version of Ubuntu, but not anymore. I had to use meebo to get it to work, don't think that's a problem with Ubuntu though. Secondly, Firefox is running really terribly. Whenever I try to watch a video, it stutters REALLY bad, as if it's maxing out my CPU.
Third, I'm getting an error message whenever I start Google Chrome, it says: "Your profile could not be opened correctly. Some features may be unavailable. Please check that profile exists and you have permission to read and write its contents." It plays videos well but half time the audio doesn't work and I have to restart Chrome. (I tried uninstalling and reinstalling through synaptic, but that didn't work, the problem was still there).
Fourth and finally, the internet is just really really slow. Since the moment I installed the full version of Ubuntu it's be REALLY slow. I tried a download through bittorrent and the speeds were terrible, I ran a speed test while downloading (upload was limited to 5 kb/s) and I was still getting speeds of just around 10kb/s. So I closed bittorrent ran a speed test again and I had 1mb download and .75mb upload with 31 ping. I ran the test again and got 42 ping with same download and same upload. While I was downloading, the ping was 309. My normal speed is supposed to be 6mb download and 1mb upload
I guess version 7.0X had internet issues aswell because, when I did a google search for a solution, it turned up several results on how to fix it for 7.0X, which didn't work because the alias list didn't have anything in there. (the fix had something to do with ipv6). I tried direct connecting my internet and the speedtest results were normal, so I've concluded that it has something to do with my router. However, I don't know how to do a firmware update or troubleshoot the issue on Ubuntu. I finally decided to give up on Ubuntu and switch back to Windows 7. However, my drive is currently formatted into ext4 and I need to go back to NTFS, how do I do that? Could I just use gparted?
Every time I turn on my ubuntu box, it somehow kills our internet connection... yes, even through the router. The internet will not work until I call tech support and they run a line test. Then it works again as if by magic. I'm at a loss. A friend suggested maybe ubuntu is trying to establish itself as the dhcp server on the network? I have ubuntu 9.04, 32-bit, workstation.
i have a routed and a PPPoE type internet connection, recently i tried a thing in terminal with the pppoeconf option since the network manager has problems with connectiong to the internet with a pppoe DLS connection, or anyway in my case it does not work. Ok i did the pppoeconf thing i inserted my pass and my user and left the program to do its thing, ok it all worked fine but then i restarted my system and suddenly the network manager did not want to recognize my network it hat as options some weird ipupdown options for connection and when i tried the pppoeconf thing again it did not work. what could i do to reactivate at least one way my connection, if i understood correctly the terminal type connecting and the network manager are two different things. now i am using my router and it should connect but the network manager still does not see the connection.
my internet was fine.. until.. i had to work in the school so.. a teacher configured the internet settings.. for something .. ( i don't remember) and everything was fine. but when i returned to my house and conected my lap to internet (cable) the internet didn't work.
I've re attempted going full on Linux using Ubuntu 11.04. I've done really well and have for the most part been able to make just about everything work. I was considering trying to dual boot into OS X on my PC if I could get Windows Office 10 to work in Ubuntu. I've had no luck getting office 10 or any of the suites to work in WINE no matter whos guides and how-to's I've read.
That lead me back into trying to dual boot into XP after a fresh format. The reason I need to get back into windows is that for my college courses Microsoft Word and Excel are required right now. So, this is getting me fairly frustrated as I'm not sure what to do or what the reason behind my other OS not seeing it's internet connection. I have samba and as well as my link to SWAT. I'm able to move files from Linux to XP with no problem, but have yet to configure SWAT as I'm not sure how to. My thinking is SWAT may have a reason to be why there's no connection.
After upgrading Jaunty to Karmic internet sharing (iptables) stoped working. Nothing in iptables configuration was changed. Computers behind my ubuntu router can ping it, have access to it (apache, samba, etc.). Only internet isnt forwarding. Clients configuration is the same as before upgrade.
After I've setup the ubuntu 9.10 I've found that the internet connection working incorrectly. I can ping or even connect to the internet sites with the telnet and see the raw html pages, but when I ran the software center or mozilla I have timeout error message. As a proxy settings I've setup the direct connection in both system and mozilla proxy configurations but it takes no reason. If I put the IP address instead of the domain name in the address bar of the mozilla browser then its loaded the web page correctly. It looks like this problem is relative to some system configuration of X about network (cause telnet google.com 80 working right). I'm using the dhcp connection to the D-Link DSL-504T router.