No VPN, no wireless, ethernet hardline, but I do have the Hyper-V and VirtualBox virtual bridging interfaces. [email protected]:~# 👍 1 inklingsofreality commented Apr 14, 2016 I commented out the first line referencing an IPV6 address in my /etc/resolv.conf and was able to run apt-get just fine. Just uninstalled, works luqmansungkar commented Apr 12, 2016 Hi, I also got this issue. Removing (or moving it to the last line) makes resolving work for me.
Already have an account? If you don't want to post feel free to DM it to @richturn_ms. After I installed apache2 when i start apache2 server i got 2 warnings: [email protected]:~# service apache2 restart Restarting web server apache2 [Wed May 11 14:01:25.710370 2016] [core:crit] pid 724Invalid argument: AH00069: Limited output.
tommck commented Apr 12, 2016 @dethoma that was not the issue. ltd65 commented Apr 10, 2016 On my system which runs bitdefender as AV and firewall it is required to disable the firewall completely to get a network connection from within bash Ping still not working. How to prove that authentication system works, and that the customer is using the wrong password?
Thank you, cat > /etc/resolv.confseems the solution. sergeikretov commented Apr 25, 2016 • edited Using Win 10 Build 14328.rs1_release.160418-1609. A substantial fraction of WSL's changes are in the NT kernel, so that's the most-likely scenario that you would be looking at with frequent WSL releases. Bash On Windows Ifconfig After adding a nameserver 192.168.0.1 (which is ip of my router), apt-get started to work correctly.
derekhillhp commented Sep 15, 2016 I think you guys are missing a key point here. Examples: mycomputer.home myserver.home. 👍 1 sn0wflake commented Apr 27, 2016 @NeoShader Okay. Windows 10 Warning: Cannot Open /proc/net/dev (no Such File Or Directory). Limited Output. I also have Stealth Mode On but tbh, I don't even know what it does. 👍 11 ❤️ 1 litianZ commented Apr 21, 2016 • edited hi, I curl www.microsoft.com Windows 10 Bash Ping: Icmp Open Socket: Permission Denied I'd recommend to make some kind of activity there — the more peoples interested, the faster it get fixed.
Limited output. [email protected]:~# ping 192.168.1.1 ping: icmp open socket: Permission denied [email protected]:~# sudo service networking restart initctl: Unable to connect to Upstart: Failed to connect to socket /com/ubuntu/upstart: Connection refused Running /etc/init.d/networking restart The bash launcher is not the process that deals with networking, but nobody knows what exactly to allow at the moment. 👍 4 AndrewAndreev commented Apr 8, 2016 Big thanks I'm a former HP employee myself (at a startup currently), also from a team that worked extensively with Linux. Windows 10 Bash Ifconfig
As Ben indicated, the solution is to run the shell as administrator. © Rick Strahl, West Wind Technologies, 2005 - 2016 Mombu A collection of old and new Internet Did you try apt-get? 👍 1 sn0wflake commented Apr 27, 2016 @amine-sahli Why do you have a DNS entry named "search home"? Limited output. Limited output.
If you're on wifi, can you try and switch to a different network and back? Sudo Unable To Resolve Host Have you tried asking over on the CentOS forums as to whether anything at the OS level could be doing that? Limited output.
In the file edit above the forward didn't work automatically and I had to follow the link to open the file on the right. Done
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Reading state information... Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support Networking & Wireless [ubuntu] A network problem about Wsl Here I'm pinging my gateway: [email protected]:/# ping 192.168.2.254 ping: icmp open socket: Socket type not supported I'm on a wired internet connection and disabled the Hyper-V bridge just in case.
If you look through the edge log, you will find this: 10.3.0 (build 12) - BETA Tree Linux i686 Mon Jun 27 01:26:29 2005 Change default permissions on httpd.conf to 0600Click The reason ping is not working is known, we have not yet implemented ICMP sockets. Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by HostMerit, Jul 5, 2005. I think the only identifiable info in it is my MAC address which I already shared.
Warning: cannot open /proc/net/dev (Permission denied). Tweets by @RickStrahl Windows 10 Bash Shell Network Connectivity not working?