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  1. Hi guys, i am having a bit of a nightmare with this one and i have been pulling my hair out for nearly two weeks trying to fix this issue and finally i decided to ask for help from this great community. I have a standard Linux Mint installed on my laptop and everything is updated. The problem that i am having is that there is a loud static noise coming from my speakers whenever my laptop is on battery power. I get no static at all when my laptop in connected to AC power which leads me to believe it is a power saving issue of some kind but not sure. I have tlp power saver in
  2. Hi all, I'm trying to spoof dns in a static network based on the original script. So far, I've spent hours on it without any results - and I don't know why... From my understanding, I would have to do it as such: Let's say I have a network in 192.168.1.0/24 with one router in 192.168.1.1 and my host is 192.168.1.50. 1) set a static IP on eth0 which mimics the router (example: 192.168.1.1) --> uci set network.lan.ipaddr="192.168.1.1" 2) set a static IP on eth1 which mimics my host on the network (example: 192.168.1.50) --> uci set network.wan.ipaddr="192.168.1.5
  3. Hi, Lanturtle works fine. Static IP was set, same settings as the direct LAN port on PC (DHCP addresses go through proxy....) Strange thing is, when LAN cable is directly connected I can ping. When LAN cable is attached to the Lanturtle, I can't ping. But I have network, (I can Google, I have connection to SSHFS folder, etc......) Also external DNS's are resolved, internals not. Any ideas?
  4. Hi all! I'm at a loss, so collaboration time! SO: At my work , I have 5 elevators with digital reader boards in them (for the days events and some adverts) that auto-updates from an internal system. Through our internal system, we enter in "Bob Group" and say what meeting room they have and times. Then when we say "Post", that is (theoretically) supposed to send out to these Readerboards to be displayed at the appropriate day. The problem is: Only 2 of the 5 Function like this. Here's the fun part (Are you ready?): - Inside the elevator the PC is on an Eth line. - If I plug in my laptop t
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