Category Archives: Ubuntu

Ubuntu – network not working – no such device eth0

I moved a Ubuntu System hard drive from one computer (which stopped working) to another, and then I got the message:” eth0: ERROR while gettign interface flags: No such device”. I googled online and found two methods to solve the … Continue reading

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Samba Server – can’t login by using Ubuntu user name and password

I remember that Samba Server worked very well. but this time I can’t login by using my Linux user name and password after I installed everything. Finally I found out that I didn’t added the user names to Samba by … Continue reading

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Ubuntu:Get UUID of Hard Disks

The Universally Unique Identifier can be used to identify a device independent form its mount point or device name. This is more and more important as many devices today support hot-plugging or are external anyway. Therefore it makes sometimes sense to access … Continue reading

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Identifying the version of Ubuntu you are using

lsb_release -a and press Enter.

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How to install gnome (GUI) desktop on ubuntu server!

1. sudo apt-get update To update your repository. 2. sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop Install Ubuntu Desktop. 3. sudo reboot Done!

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Troubleshooting your Samba configuration

If the Samba server doesn’t show up, check the following: If you configured Samba to use plain text passwords, did you alter the registry in the Windows machines so that they’ll send plain text passwords instead of encrypted passwords?If you … Continue reading

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Ubuntu – How to find out your filesystem

All files accessible in a Linux system are arranged in one big tree, the file hierarchy, rooted at /. These files can be spread out over several devices and they can be remote or local file system. Linux supports numerous … Continue reading

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