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#31
Linux Support / Re: Keyboard and mouse problems
January 23, 2022, 11:30:56 PM
Hi Mike.

I'm glad that you are pleased with your new system - and didn't have to buy new PSU. 
We look forward with interest to hear the outcome of your mouse experiment.

Keith
#32
Linux Support / Re: HALP. cannot set up vpn on ubuntu
January 21, 2022, 01:25:05 PM
Hi Dexxin - and welcome to the Forum.

Quotehave had this exact set up before and never ever had an issue
Do you mean on this computer with this operating system? 

Please list the contents of /etc/openvpn

Keith
#33
I'm pleased that you managed to solve this problem. 

To mark your topic as solved just edit the title of your first post on this topic as [SOLVED]. 
Thank you.

Keith
#34
Hardware Compatibility / Re: Brother Printer problem
January 13, 2022, 06:12:18 PM
Yes, please do tell us if you find the solution.

Best wishes, Don

Keith
#35
Hardware Compatibility / Re: Brother Printer problem
January 13, 2022, 02:08:30 PM
OK Don.

I am sorry that I haven't been able to help you.  Perhaps another Member will have the solution, and if I find it I'll let you know.

Keith
#36
Hardware Compatibility / Re: Brother Printer problem
January 13, 2022, 11:45:38 AM
Quote"Authentication"
"You must log in to access 192.168.0.95"
Username
Domain
Password
It looks like it's asking you to access your router to validate your changes but I recognise only "Password" - I've never had to enter Username or Domain on my system. 

I'll look through your posts and have another think. 

Keith
#37
Many thanks, Sezo.

Keith
#38
No, I think not.  One can select the boot order, and it might be interesting to boot into the BIOS to see if your new disk is listed as an optional HDD to boot from. 
#39
Probably, yes, but Linux will cope with that.  One can use fdisk to specify a range of formats, all of which Linux can use.
#40
Sezo - Sorry, I missed your name on your posts. 

Neither fdisk -l nor df list sdb on Emp's computer so I can't see how to create partitions unless the drive can be seen.  If you can advise him, please jump in and take over.

Keith
#41
It does indeed with the "long" option.
Please trymount | grep "/dev/sd"and post the whole output.
#42
The fdisk -l command doesn't list partitions, I think.  It didn't list your sda partitions.
Please executemount | grep "/dev/sd"and report the full result.
#43
Hardware Compatibility / Re: Brother Printer problem
January 12, 2022, 10:13:21 AM
In the Host box type the printer IP address that you found earlier, click on the "Find" button and report the results.   
#44
It does indeed.
First of all, trymount | grep "/dev/sd"to check if it's mounted somewhere unexpected.
#45
That's interesting:  fdisk recognises the new disk but df doesn't. 
I don't have any ideas at present, but will have a think.  Perhaps another Member can help.