Ubuntu

Been a while I’ve always wanted my Android to stay connected to my Linux via Bluetooth but I always get this heartbroken error message. bluetoothd[778]: a2dp-source profile connect failed for XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX: Protocol not available Why This Error? Most bluetooth devices are connected to your PC to use as Multimedia device (Sound), but when it wants…

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SSH Keys SSH keys serve as a means of identifying yourself to an SSH server using public-key cryptography and challenge-response authentication. One immediate advantage this method has over traditional password authentication is that you can be authenticated by the server without ever having to send your password over the network. Anyone eavesdropping on your connection…

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I’m not good at using my ISP’s DNS Servers because last time I did, it wasn’t always up. I browse on a mobile network, so decided to be using another DNS servers which are always up all time… I use either Google DNS or OpenDNS and changing DNS servers in Linux is editing the /etc/resolv.conf…

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Earlier I made a post on My Problems with CloudFlare and this was one them, I guess they saw my post and decided to do something ๐Ÿ˜€ . Meanwhile if you are in Business Enterprise Plan in CloudFlare you can activate for the user’s real IP be sent to you via Header but, poor me……

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Using Ubuntu, I had problems in sharing network to my SmartPhone especially Android, Ubuntu does not share an AP network which Android sees and uses but shares and Infrastructure network, of course you should know how to share ordinary Wi-Fi Hotspot in Ubuntu. Now in this post I’d be sharing how to share Wi-Fi Hotspot…

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Ye! I’m always running into issues and lucky me I always find a way out ๐Ÿ™‚ It’s crappy when you forget your Windows Password without Password Recovery Disk. There are many recovery software out there but this one of Linux is so dope and easy. NB: This post is not about pointing out one OSโ€™s…

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Lately I mistakenly deleted my pending movies directory where movies I’ve not watched are, this was so painful to me how I was about to loose all those movies ๐Ÿ™ . Lucky me it was on another partition which was NTFS, Ubuntu ย comes with a package called ntfsundelete or you install it with: RPM: DEB:…

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