Ubuntu :: Networking / Connect The System To The Fedora 13 System?
Jul 7, 2010
I just installed Ubuntu 10.04 on a 2nd desktop system. I erased Win XP and Ubuntu is the only OS on this system. I have Win Vista Ultimate & Fedora 13 on my other desktop system. The cable modem and dlink wireless router is directly connected to the Fedora 13 machine. I want to connect the Ubuntu system to the Fedora 13 system.
We have two networks,one is 10.0.0.* with mask 255.255.255.0 & the other 20.0.0.* with mask 255.255.255.0 and one linux(RHEL5) PC with two network interface eth0,eth1.(configured as Router) eth0 is 10.0.0.1 and eth1 is 184.108.40.206 we have enabled IP_Forward using "sysctl w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1" cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward is 1 but unable to ping from one network to other network.
two networks are connected to Linux PC.(10.0.0.1 & 220.127.116.11)
still wht configuration required to establish the connection between two networks using LINUX PC.
from router(linux PC) both network PC's are pinging but not from one network to other network.
I have two machines in different location, lets say machine A and machine B.
Machine A: - Linux Red Hat OS. - Has internet connection (no proxy). - Has public IP.
Machine B: - Windows XP OS. - Has internet connection (with HTTP proxy). - Has connection to machine C and machine D. Machine C and D don't have internet connection, but machine B can connect to those machines because machine B, C, and D are located in the same network.
I need to connect machine C and D via machine A. I heard it can be done using ssh between A and B, but I don't know the details.
Using the instructions provided here, I've been able to use my Linux desktop to VPN into my workplace when running 32-bit Maverick. I've yet to accomplish the same using 64-bit Maverick, which has forced me to install the 32-bit version on my 64-bit Gateway NV55C. Has anyone been able to use Juniper Network Connect on a 64-bit Linux operating system?
I am a primary school teacher at a school with hardly any money running 50 pcs on windows server 2003. We recieved 2 donated pcs without windows, so thought of installing a free copy of linux on them and then connect them to the server. Which linux version does this best and how would i do this?
I have a 5720 Mini PCIE broadband modem card and though it works, it won't connect automatically in a Ubuntu system. Network Manager says it is enabled when I right click on the icon, but when I do a left click it says it is disabled. I have to right click and disable and then enable before my Verizon connection will work.
I tried to install vsftpd on my server and while the installation went fine, I can't run
Code: restart vsftpd As I the get error Code:
restart: Unable to connect to system bus: Failed to connect to socket /var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket: No such file or directory Though I'm able to restart the service with
sudo /etc/init.d/vsftpd restart with a warning telling me to use the service utility. Not only that, but despite the port being open it won't allow me to log in, it just hangs, and I have local users enabled (I've used the default .conf file). Does dbus not come installed in 10.04, and if I did install it would it make a difference for restarting the service? Are there further steps needed not available in the tutorial on the Ubuntu Server Guide for 10.04 to enabling local user authentication? -edit- Figured it out, dbus wasn't installed, vsftpd is working fine now.
This is a bit of an odd problem that's been happening to me recently. My home folder is a version of Fedora old, I've been using the same one between Fedora 11 and 12 (which I'm now using).
When booting up, I notice that my system fonts are not the ones I have manually set. They're the ugly version, whatever exact font it is. It's only when I select System->Appearances from the menu that the system seems to detect my seletions to use Liberation fonts in all areas, and then everything instantly switches to the more visually pleasing Liberation fonts. This is a strange bug, I was wondering if anyone has experienced this or can point me in the right direction?
When booting the system ,"starting system logger : Failed" after that i login to the system as usual but the system logger cannot start,even i use the service syslog restart command,how can i solve such problem ,thanks a lot
My problem is that I need to move a moderately complex system from an old system to a new system. The old system is a core 2 duo running on an asus p5k-se (p35 chipset) M/B, Nvidia 8500 gt, 3 x sata II hard disks, 1 x sata dvd, 1 x ide hd, 4GB ram. It runs opensuse 11.1 kde 4 as a desktop system + samba server, apache server, database server + other non-opensuse software. In addition some of the opensuse software is not the default 11.1 versions as later versions were required. The nvidia driver is from the nvidia repo. There are several file systems, some under LVM.
The new system will be a core5 760, asus p7p55d-e M/b (p55 chipset), nvidia 240, 3 x sata II HD, 1 x sata dvd, 4GB ram and possibly 1 x ide HD. This M/B also includes USB 3 & sata III. I have no USB 3 devices but this may eventually change. I have no plans for sata III and believe that it may be better to attach any sata III SSD to the sata II bus.
What I would like to do is to move the hard disks from old system to the new system. What I would like to know is, if the system is left at 11.1, is the system likely to work with the new hardware. If the answer is no, if the system was upgraded to 11.3, would the transfer of the hard disks then work? In order to upgrade from 11.1 to 11.3 using the DVD i believe I should get rid of all non-default repos. I assume that I should also get rid of anything that was installed from them, e.g. the nvidia driver and any software versions installed manually outside RPM. Also is there any default 11.1 software that should be removed either before or after the upgrade to 11.3
I am trying to connect an Ubuntu 10.04 desktop system wirelessly to another desktop that is directly connected to a cable modem via dlink wireless router and ethernet card. I have not been able to connect on the second system (Ubuntu) to the wireless router.
My system decided to crash on me, hard. It was humming along happily for about 2 months and now doesn't boot. If I boot from hard-disk, I get grub. Launching the first kernel choice hangs. I thought maybe the install was corrupt, so I booted from usb install disk. The usb hdd didn't boot; something about an error trying to access /dev/sda . Unplugging the internal disk and plugging in the usb install disk does result in the system booting. Plugging in the internal disk in a running system usb-booted system does not result in the system detecting the disk.
How do I know if the disk is physically broken? This seems unlikely since it does manage to launch grub consistently. Or is this still possible? How can I try to mount whatever is left? The usb install disk doesn't even list the /dev/sd*. Any pointers on how to reformat the drive if it's not being mounted?
I have a computer that i set up for a friend, and tried to ssh into it for her to update it and add do maintenance for her, so that she doesn't get aggravated with trying to do it herself, but ssh hangs and times out. The firewall is set to allow ssh, and eth* is set as trusted by the firewall, and i have the correct ip, and the ssh service is running.
I can connect to my home computer from hers, which is setup the same way (in this regard), but not vice versa. She has no router; she is directly connected to the DSL modem.
I am setting up my network , I have onlinux box and 2 windows, Thee linux box can see both win boxes, but the win boxes cant see the linux box. I have samba alowed in the firewall, and firewalls turned off in the win boxes, all at set up to be on the same group, What am I missing?
Maybe the most stupid question you guys ever heard, but i do not find the solution.Now that i have acces on the netbook i would like to share a folder on my desktopcomputer so i can acces it with the netbook when im in the bedroom.(moviefolder)But how do i share a folder in Fedora 15?
Username and password are the same on desktopcomputer and netbook. desktop computer is named koen-pc netbook is named koen-net
how do i get yum, KPackageManager to use System Proxy Settings for there network access ? by proxy i mean it's a program that uses my phone as the proxy.here is the command adb forward tcp:8080 tcp:8080
now i got it to work for firefox like this localhost 8080 for all protocols.did the same in KDE proxy settings localhost 8080 for all protocols..just need to know hot to configure yum and kPackageManage to use it as well?
I have loaded Fedora 10 in my PC and have configured the network (wired and wireless [Netgear Wifi Adapter] both). But I am able to make the hostname resolution work. configure the system?. I have unsuccessfully tried a lot of things.
How does one access a Virtual Box installed Fedora system? I'd like to be able to ssh into this system (locally) but I've no idea how to do this. There is an ip address of 10.0.2.15. Ping doesn't work (ping 10.0.2.15). Should I just go ahead and assign a 192. address to this box before I go any further? It would seem that at this point the system isn't actually a part of my local network and I don't imagine it would be unless it has a 192 address.