Rob, thanks for your response;
You are making me a believer in DHCP.
Will try your suggestion later today.
>> And I much prefer static IP for f16.
>> the network 192.168.2.0 is also
>> used in configs of [previously used]
>> :linksys router
>> :netgear wless access point,
>You should really lose your obsession with static configuration because
>it leads to exactly the problem you are having....
>As to why it worked before probably has to do with why you had two
>routers in your house - linksys and netgear - each managing their own
>network - or worse fighting with each other.
the netgear is a wireless access point,
used only for wireless connection of a laptop.
When the laptop was ethernet connected to the linksys router,
the netgear access point was not doing anything,
so the idea they were fighting each other I think is not the case.
Regardless, the laptop and netgear had not been used for
last 2-3 years, so I don't need to fuss with them right now.
Are you implying that if I do get uverse working, that
I won't need the netgear access point at all?, i.e.,
that the uverse modem will handle laptop when wanting to use it wireless?
Re your parents' uverse: are they running linux?
Are you running linux under uverse?
Do you know of specific cases where uverse and linux work successfully?
The att phone reps are very pessimistic, going so far as saying:
"it may be that uverse and linux are simply incompatible."
I will get back to the list later today I hope.
Terry Polzin responded:
>Does the time stamp on the /etc/resolv.conf correspond to the times of
>Could you kindly detail your new equipment with some photographs so we
>all might see what these devices look like. Be sure to include
>close-ups of any labels on the devices.
time stamp of /etc/resolv.conf on f16 is oct4... consistent with
last boot of f16
I am not proficient with cameras of any type.
Also leery of too much pushing around that jumble of
equipment. Will get down there again and see if can get
Might be able to get att on phone to
tell me what was put in, but our experience on the phone is not good.
Robert Locke responded:
>You have hit the nail on the head. Your iMac is configured for DHCP and
>was working, but your F16 box is configured for static addressing that
>does not match what the "new router" is willing to accept.
>So, since you have the ifcfg-eth0 file available, edit the file and
>change the following line:
>You can also safely remove the lines:
>which contain the incorrect static settings.
I hope this is it!
Still confused on this point:
the mixed system with 192.168.2.8 static on f16
and 192.168.1.0 network, dhcp, currently 192.168.1.71 on imac
was working fine on the old adsl pacbell modem.
So why can't this new uverse also deal with that mix?
And I much prefer static IP for f16.
the network 192.168.2.0 is also
used in configs of [previously used]
:netgear wless access point,
both of which I would need to be working
if we have to give up uverse and go back to old adsl pacbell modem,
hopefully without reconfiguration of the linksys, netgear.
(I forget completely just how to do that, web-based I think)
Instead of changing my f16 to dhcp,
would it be sufficient on f16
to keep my static config
but convert to 192.168.1.0 network?
[or even change the imac to 192.168.2.0?
probably don't want to mess with the imac
since it has working internet with uverse]
Also we know those DNS1, DNS2 are valid
so I would prefer to keep those lines if possible.
not sure about
Am I not free to pick almost any name for DOMAIN?
FWIW, here is result of 'ifconfig -a' from the imac:
bash-3.2$ ifconfig -a
lo0: flags=8049<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 16384
inet6 ::1 prefixlen 128
inet6 fe80::1%lo0 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x1
inet 127.0.0.1 netmask 0xff000000
gif0: flags=8010<POINTOPOINT,MULTICAST> mtu 1280
stf0: flags=0<> mtu 1280
en0: flags=8863<UP,BROADCAST,SMART,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
inet6 fe80::226:bbff:fe58:4ce2%en0 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x4
inet 192.168.1.71 netmask 0xffffff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255
media: autoselect (100baseTX <full-duplex>)
fw0: flags=8822<BROADCAST,SMART,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 4078
media: autoselect <full-duplex>
en1: flags=8863<UP,BROADCAST,SMART,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
media: autoselect (<unknown type>)
thanks much for your response, just maybe it can get the uverse going?
He's running JBoss... Java apps won't drop privs. Non-root can't bind to 80, so he gets JBoss to bind to 8080 then redirects.
On 2012-10-05, at 12:01 PM, "Tim" <ignored_mailbox(a)yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>>> Why are you redirecting, though? If there's a block on port 80, then
>>> your attempt to get in on port 80 and redirect to port 8080 isn't
>>> going work. Which way are you *trying* to redirect?
> Mark Space
>> Just that I understand it's good practice to never run apps as root.
>> If I listen on port 8080 instead of 80, I never have to run the server
>> as root.
> Redirecting the port isn't going to change who's running the service,
> that's configured elsewhere. And, for what it's worth, Apache doesn't
> run as root, it runs as Apache.
> [tim@localhost ~]$ uname -r
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On Friday, 5. October 2012. 11.44.53 Reindl Harald wrote:
> but anyways - how would you imagine amarok work only with http?
> amarok is indexing the collection folder
> this is not possible with http at all
I don't expect it to be indexed. It would be enough (for me) to have an URL in
the collection database. The remaining data (ID3tag etc.) can be pulled in on
the first playback or similar.
I am not actually sure what kind of indexing is being performed at all (with
local files). Isn't the "collection" just a list of all music files with their
paths (and tags and stuff), written in some database? In this respect, I still
don't see how a file obtained from http is any different from a file obtained
from a local hard disk.
Note, though, that I have remained fairly ignorant about this whole media
player technology since the time of WinAMP and XMMS (cca 1995), so I am not
exactly well informed about how and why the design of Amarok is the way it is.
Why my gnome-shell is connect to yahoo.com ?
> [root@dodo ~]# netstat -natp|grep 80
> tcp 0 0 10.9.2.105:47580 220.127.116.11:80 ESTABLISHED 1555/gnome-shell
> [root@dodo ~]# host 18.104.22.168
> 22.214.171.124.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer yts.yql.vip.ac4.yahoo.com.
I have nothing to do with yahoo
It Is some gnome-shell-extension witch I have install ?
There a way to find out who is making this connection and disable it?
Dario Lesca - sip:email@example.com
(Inviato dal mio Linux Fedora 17 Gnome3)
On Friday, 5. October 2012. 1.08.30 Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 05.10.2012 00:08, schrieb Marko Vojinovic:
> > But the streaming server seems to be an overkill for my purposes. All I
> > want is to put a "http://www.server.com/somefile.mp3" into the Amarok
> > collection (local database, remote files), so that I can play it.
> pure http is wrong for this, amarok works with a filesystem
> so mount the remotefs which is transparent for the application
> * http://linux.die.net/man/8/mount.davfs
> * fuse.sshfs
> * curlftpfs
Yes, that's one of the options I began contemplating, since I see that Amarok
always asks for a location of the music somewhere inside /. I'll look into it,
I just want to be sure that there is no simpler way, before I go on to mount a
remote filesystem. Also, will a remote filesystem give me trouble in the
situations where I don't have an Internet connection? Will Amarok be able to
cope with occasional (but regular) loss of the mount point?
On a side note, why do you say that pure http is wrong for this? From where
I'm sitting, I see absolutely no reason to make a distinction between local
music and remote music. It looks like an unneeded limitation of Amarok (or
short-sightedness of its devs?) to require music to reside on a filesystem.
Everything is becoming remote and "clouded" these days. :-) I would prefer the
functionality of having a music collection which contains local files, remote
http files, youtube links, .iso images of audio CD's, etc... Somehow I naively
expected that Amarok already has this functionality... ;-)
# aurecord /tmp/a1.wav
Can't connect to audio server
What server is that?
pulseaudio daemon is running:
jd 8829 1 1 Oct02 ? 00:44:46 /usr/bin/pulseaudio
Also, in the mixer settings, Capture and Microphone Capture are checked.
In the Options tabs, I tried both Mic1 and Mic2 (Not sure which is internal
and which is external - as I do have a headset plugged), but still, aurecord
exist with the same error message.
Has anyone else noticed a problem with wireless authentication using
wpa_supplicant? Following a router change and consequent messing with
passphrases, my Thinkpad with iwl4965 chipset has ceased to
authenticate. It can easily connect with the wireless router if the
router is 'open' but fails on WEP, WPA and WPA2. The household's mac
airbook, ipad, iphone and android phone have no difficulty.
I have tried deleting all /etc/sysconfig/network* files, as well as
those in wicd and wpa_supplicant and recreating but no joy.
Interestingly, the psk reported by a 'iwlist wlan0 scan' for my router
is nothing like the psk produced by 'wpa_passphrase essid
Anyone have any idea what's going on?
Fedora 17 on 3.5.5.-1, wpa_supplicant, wpa_supplicant-1.0-1.fc17.x86_64