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If you give someone a program, you will frustrate them for a day; if you teach them how to program, you will frustrate them for a lifetime.


May
12
accepted slow http connection in LAN
May
11
awarded  Editor
May
11
revised slow http connection in LAN
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May
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awarded  Commentator
May
8
comment slow http connection in LAN
can you please specify what might be a wrong entry in those /etc/hosts?
May
8
comment slow http connection in LAN
i'm not connecting via DNS, but only by IP. does it still counts?
May
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asked slow http connection in LAN
Mar
9
comment assign auto static ip on ubuntu 10.04
Ok, I got it, disabling of other network managers is required
Mar
9
accepted assign auto static ip on ubuntu 10.04
Mar
9
awarded  Scholar
Mar
9
comment assign auto static ip on ubuntu 10.04
yes, the address is the same so as the device name - "eth0"
Mar
9
accepted connect remotely to apache2 on ubuntu 10.04
Mar
9
comment connect remotely to apache2 on ubuntu 10.04
thank you, i've used the firebug and got to the conclusion that the problem is with displaying certain flash files
Mar
8
comment connect remotely to apache2 on ubuntu 10.04
yes, this is exactly what I meant
Mar
8
comment connect remotely to apache2 on ubuntu 10.04
It's php code, I can show you. However, I don't believe the code is problematic since using the other connection the web pages are well displayed
Mar
8
comment assign auto static ip on ubuntu 10.04
I did, I'm sorry I don't see the connection
Mar
8
comment assign auto static ip on ubuntu 10.04
workstation. but as I said, my problem is saving the static ip address after the lan cable was disconnected.
Mar
8
asked assign auto static ip on ubuntu 10.04
Mar
8
comment connect remotely to apache2 on ubuntu 10.04
that when using one address to connect to the server it works great and the web pages (php) that related to the server are displayed perfectly. on the other hand, when trying to connect from the ethernet address the web browser does not display the web pages as they should be. is it more clear now?
Mar
8
asked connect remotely to apache2 on ubuntu 10.04