Re: [1/2 OT] How to find the desktop near me?
On Sun, 01 Jul 2012 12:20:30 +0800, lina wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 1, 2012 at 3:43 AM, Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> The electrical wire. It gave me some scary sounds.
>> Just the cable or the power supply?
> Kinda of very silly though,
> the electrical wire connected to monitors didn't connect well, so there
> was some sound of the leakage of electricity. I thought the monitor had
Can't you replace the power cord or reseat to be properly connected so
that it makes good contact?
>>> > How about "arp -n"?
>>> I will try tomorrow. I have not used it for long. I guess the
>>> password I had tried not correct.
>> What password do you mean? :-?
> I checked. Strangely there was no IP detected at the first minutes I
> logged in, it gets well after ifup eth0.
I don't follow you.
"arp" command can be useful to discover the usual systems you are
connected to (for instance, I see my gateways and computers I tend to
connect for accessing the samba shares or download e-mail) so if the
neighbor machine you want to discover is still cached, it will be printed.