The website is I own both websites and are on the same server. webproof is not used and i have deleted it. but it seems that iproof transfers to webproof still. Things I have tried. 1. moving iproof ip address to a different one. 2. deleting webproof dns settings. 3. deleting webproof from web server. Just deleted the entire thing. 4. made sure the iproof dns settings were correct and did not cname to web proof.
I cant find any settings in the plesk module to transfer over to webproof. What is everyones ideas to stop the transfer.
A few days ago I received an email with a two way authentication code . Apparently someone had tried to log in from a new device, luckily they were unsuccessful. The culprit left this behind
“Your login attempt was from a device located at the following IP address: 18.104.22.168.”
What can be done with just a simple IP address
I have tried using both methods mentioned on this forum for two versions of drivers any other drivers that have worked consistently?
STEAM NEEDS TO BE ONLINE TO UPDATE. PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR NETWORK CONNECTION AND TRY AGAIN
[2019-10-08 16:43:58] Startup - updater built Nov 23 2016 01:05:42 [2019-10-08 16:43:58] Verifying installation... [2019-10-08 16:43:58] Unable to read and verify install manifest /home/USER/.steam/package/steam_client_ubuntu12.installed [2019-10-08 16:43:58] Verification complete [2019-10-08 16:43:58] Downloading Update... [2019-10-08 16:43:58] Checking for available update... [2019-10-08 16:43:59] Download failed: http error 403 (client- download.steampowered.com/client/steam_client_ubuntu12) [2019-10-08 16:43:59] Download failed: http error 403 (media.steampowered.com/client/steam_client_ubuntu12) [2019-10-08 16:43:59] Failing manifest download with http error 403 (media.steampowered.com/client/steam_client_ubuntu12) [2019-10-08 16:43:59] Error: Download failed: http error 403 [2019-10-08 16:43:59] Error: Steam needs to be online to update. Please confirm your network connection and try again. [2019-10-08 16:44:03] Shutdown threadtools.cpp (3283) : Assertion Failed: Illegal termination of worker thread 'Thread(0x0x578609a0/0x0xf43ccb'
Cannot connect to the Internet. Using Ubuntu 16.04, wired connection using ip address of my server. I live in an apartment house with Internet user name and password given to me. I understand that I should be able to connect with an Ethernet cable directly to the outlet from my computer.he laptop that I am successfully using to send this message is using a wireless connection to the same source.
It turns out that my GTX geForce 570 doesn’t support vulkan… but I had been meddling with my drivers a lot before figuring that out.
As it stands, my computer’s screen resolution is set wrong, I can’t run openGL anymore, and my GPU isn’t listed under “Settings” > “About” > “Graphics”
If I look at the active driver under “Software & Updates” > “Additional Drivers”, not only is 390 listed and selected, but it won’t let me choose any other driver (if I try choosing Nouveau or 340, when I “apply changes” it pauses and then 390 becomes active once again. Rebooting doesn’t help). This is still the case, even if I run
sudo apt-get purge nvidia*
And finally, I can’t receive updates. The auto-updates have a number of items queued up, but if I try to update any of them, I get an error window which reads:
Check if you are using third party repositories. If so disable them, since they are a common source of problems. Furthermore run the following command in a Terminal: apt-get install -f Transaction failed: The package system is broken The following packages have unmet dependencies: libnvidia-ifr1-390: Depends: libnvidia-gl-390 but it is not installed libnvidia-ifr1-390:i386: Depends: libnvidia-gl-390 but it is not installed nvidia-driver-390: Depends: libnvidia-gl-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but it is not installed Depends: nvidia-dkms-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: nvidia-kernel-source-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: libnvidia-compute-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: nvidia-compute-utils-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: libnvidia-decode-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: libnvidia-encode-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: nvidia-utils-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: xserver-xorg-video-nvidia-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: libnvidia-cfg1-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: libnvidia-ifr1-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed Depends: libnvidia-fbc1-390 (= 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1) but 390.129-0ubuntu0~gpu18.04.1 is installed
I thought I had purged 390? Please help!
I wanted to try linux, so I installed Linux Mint over Windows 7 on my laptop. After a while I decided to go back and tried to remove Linux Mint and install Windows 7 again but something went wrong. I couldn’t boot into Windows 7 even though it was there. Then I tried installing Ubuntu in the hopes of an easier way to install Windows 7 again but now I can’t boot into Ubuntu because it keeps bringing up the Windows Boot Manager on boot with 2 seperate instances of Windows 7 to choose from even though I don’t have Windows on this computer. The install option of ubuntu that I chose was erase disk and install thinking that it could give me a clean slate to work in. Anyone got any ideas?
I have started using Lubuntu recently on my laptop to lengthen its lifespan (the machine is kinda old and Windows was crashing on a regular basis) but now I’m having a very hard time with wi-fi. Wired connections work just fine, but recently my modem had problems and I tried to use my phone as hotspot but the pc won’t collaborate.
My laptop is an HP and it has a Realtek RTL8723BE. In the beginning it recognized WiFi connections, it connected (allegedly), but it didn’t actually work. I went to my friend’s house and used his Ethernet connection, looked online for solutions (like I did for setting up Bluetooth and other things), and tried them (some of them were directing to dead GitHub branches, but whatever).
What I have obtained is that my pc now doesn’t even list WiFi connections anymore (lol). Wired connections still work tho.
I’m writing from my phone now. Can someone please guide me step by step to solve this problem? I know how to open the terminal, insert commands, intall things etc. but I’m afraid that this time things are a little more complicated.
I was just watching Michal Hrušecký’s presentation about their open source routers. In the presentation he showed their “Honeypot as a Service” offering and how it allows you to see the passwords that were tried by attackers.
How do they do that? Is it possible to log the password attempts on your linux server?
after i installed a virtual machine and made sure it isnt working i left my laptop on sleep and when i came back i couldnt open literally noting except for Firefox. I can’t open the terminal, no key combos work, neither does it open trough the menu. I have no access to the file system because it doesnt open aswell. I went in recovery mode, tried updating everything and used purge and still it remained the same way. I deleted the vm and its files in hope of making it work again and tried updating python but it didnt help.