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#101 itikbitik

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Posted 13 November 2010 - 08:54 AM

jubal for what desktop environment?

#102 simplyeric

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Posted 25 June 2012 - 04:54 PM

Greetings!

May tanong lang ako sa linux and i have searched all available forums i can find sa internet so dito sana may makasagot sa akin. im not very familiar sa linux but im willing to learn

background: i have installed backtrack linux 32bit sa laptop ko acer aspire. the setup as a whole works fine at nakakapag connect sa linksys router namin sa bahay at ok din siya kapag sa ibang wifi like starbucks. the problem is, i also have a Sun cellular pocket wifi huawei post paid.

kapag kinoconnect ko ang laptop sa pocket wifi, sinasabi "cannot assign IP address" . pero ang smart phone ko, at yung mismong laptop ko na naka boot sa windows (pwede kong i switch sa Linux at windows) nakakapag connect ng normal sa pocket wifi

the laptop internet setting ay naka automatically connect pero ayaw pa rin mag connect. sinubukan kong mag set ng ip address na malapit sa ip ng pocket wifi, ayaw pa rin.

i have connected the pocket wifi through USB connection, i have installed the built in software from SUN, pero ayaw pa rin. kahit mag search ng network hindi nag search (parang walang SUN signal). Sun cellular program daw is not compatible with linux. pero pwede daw as per the internet


i have searched the internet and i have found out na pocket wifi's dapat mag switch from a USB stick mode, into a modem para makapag connect sa internet. ang nangyayari daw ay kapag linux, hindi nag switch sa modem, laging naka stuck sa memory stick mode

kaya nag install ako ng linux program na mode_switch which does exactly that.siya yung nag switch from usb stick mode into a modem, pero ayaw pa rin mag internet

i have used the lsusb command para ma check kung nakikita ang usb ng computer, nakikita naman, nabubuksan ko pa nga sa backtrack program ko yung loob. the problem i think ay hindi nag switch sa modem mode

any help?

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Posted 09 July 2012 - 05:26 AM

http://www.backtrack...ead.php?t=19666

Try to install gnome-ppp for gui.

#104 average_jo

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Posted 14 August 2012 - 02:50 PM

Greetings!

May tanong lang ako sa linux and i have searched all available forums i can find sa internet so dito sana may makasagot sa akin. im not very familiar sa linux but im willing to learn

background: i have installed backtrack linux 32bit sa laptop ko acer aspire. the setup as a whole works fine at nakakapag connect sa linksys router namin sa bahay at ok din siya kapag sa ibang wifi like starbucks. the problem is, i also have a Sun cellular pocket wifi huawei post paid.

kapag kinoconnect ko ang laptop sa pocket wifi, sinasabi "cannot assign IP address" . pero ang smart phone ko, at yung mismong laptop ko na naka boot sa windows (pwede kong i switch sa Linux at windows) nakakapag connect ng normal sa pocket wifi

the laptop internet setting ay naka automatically connect pero ayaw pa rin mag connect. sinubukan kong mag set ng ip address na malapit sa ip ng pocket wifi, ayaw pa rin.

i have connected the pocket wifi through USB connection, i have installed the built in software from SUN, pero ayaw pa rin. kahit mag search ng network hindi nag search (parang walang SUN signal). Sun cellular program daw is not compatible with linux. pero pwede daw as per the internet


i have searched the internet and i have found out na pocket wifi's dapat mag switch from a USB stick mode, into a modem para makapag connect sa internet. ang nangyayari daw ay kapag linux, hindi nag switch sa modem, laging naka stuck sa memory stick mode

kaya nag install ako ng linux program na mode_switch which does exactly that.siya yung nag switch from usb stick mode into a modem, pero ayaw pa rin mag internet

i have used the lsusb command para ma check kung nakikita ang usb ng computer, nakikita naman, nabubuksan ko pa nga sa backtrack program ko yung loob. the problem i think ay hindi nag switch sa modem mode

any help?


Hello Bro,

Do you still experience any issue with this? baka sa SSID. Anyway, can try issuing the following commands and post the results here?

ifconfig
iwconfig

;)

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Posted 11 September 2012 - 12:38 PM

Hello Bro,

Do you still experience any issue with this? baka sa SSID. Anyway, can try issuing the following commands and post the results here?

ifconfig
iwconfig

;)



sinubukan ko na dati yung iconfig at yung iwconfig

nakikita naman ang wifi modem ko through usb. kaso ang sa tingin ko ay hindi pa rin nito mai-switch from a usb memory device into a modem. i tried downloading a third party program to switch it from a usb memory device into a modem kaso wala pa ring nangyari
my next step siguro is using WINE. tama ba ang thinking ko na kaya nitong i emulate ang windows (since windows based ang program ng sun cellular) into a linux OS. meron kasing built in WINE program. kaso i dont know how to use WINE. any instructions kung paano?


konting additional lang, i have successfully connected the linux laptop sa wifi sun broadband ko. tinkering lang sa settings na IP (dati kasi ginawa ko ito, ayaw gumana, minulto yata) pero ang gusto ko kasi ay straight from the wire kasi mas mabilis ang connection pag ganun.

Edited by simplyeric, 11 September 2012 - 12:40 PM.


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Posted 11 September 2012 - 01:00 PM

I am currently using ubuntu 10.04 and my problem is i can't log-in my username and password and a pop-up message appear: "Power Manager is not properly installed" :unsure:

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 11:55 AM

I am currently using ubuntu 10.04 and my problem is i can't log-in my username and password and a pop-up message appear: "Power Manager is not properly installed" :unsure:


Bro try using a terminal to re-install the Power manager:

1. Press Ctl + Alt + F2
2. login with your account
3. sudo apt-get remove gnome-power-manager
4. sudo apt-get install gnome-power-manager
5. sudo init 6

Try logging in again.

:)

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 01:10 PM

mga master, i'm using linux mint nadia, installed wine to use vegas 7, pero yung dotnet framework di ko ma-install ng maayos, any tips or suggestion.
TIA :)

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 03:45 PM

what linux os for newbie?



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Posted 15 December 2015 - 03:42 PM

what linux os for newbie?

 

I would suggest Ubuntu.

Some did prefer Arch but I haven't tried that.



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Posted 16 December 2015 - 12:12 AM

what linux os for newbie?


Go for CentOS if you can't get your hands on RHEL. Closest version to redhat (just reskinned). Redhat is the standard in most large enterprises, in case you're looking to get a job in Linux.

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Posted 16 December 2015 - 10:30 AM

what linux os for newbie?

you can also try Linux Mint.



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Posted 16 December 2015 - 11:53 AM

what linux os for newbie?

 

Ubuntu or Fedora would be your best bet for introducing a newbie to linux.



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Posted 23 December 2015 - 03:45 AM

You may try Ubuntu, Fedora or Mint.. Any of them would be best for starting with Linux. Just don't install the latest version as it has still many bugs and/or issues.






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