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With Ubuntu you can post to your favorite social networking sites from your desktop. Ubuntu uses the <app>Friends</app> scope to allow you to organize your social networking sites in one place, and to post updates from the <gui>Me Menu</gui> without opening any website.
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Click <link href="apt:flashplugin-installer">this link</link> to launch an install option window.
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If you choose to install Flash, click <gui>Install</gui>.
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A <em>MAC address</em> is the unique identifier that is assigned by the manufacturer to a piece of network hardware (like a wireless card or an Ethernet card). MAC stands for <em>Media Access Control</em>, and each identifier is intended to be unique to a particular device.
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In practice, you may need to <link xref="net-wireless-edit-connection">modify or "spoof" a MAC address</link>. For example, some internet service providers may require that a specific MAC address be used to access their service. If the network card stops working, and you need to swap a new card in, the service won't work anymore. In such cases, you would need to spoof the MAC address.
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Most mobile broadband devices should be recognized automatically when you connect them to your computer. Ubuntu will prompt you to configure the device.
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If this doesn't work, there could be a problem with the Network Manager. To see if this is the case, go to the <link xref="unity-dash-intro">Dash</link> and open the Terminal. Type <cmd>nm-applet</cmd> and press <key>Enter</key> and see if the network menu appears. If it doesn't, you should see some error messages appear in the Terminal. These should tell you what is going wrong, but they may be quite technical in nature. If so, ask for help on a support forum and quote these error messages.
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A possible reason for why you are using Ubuntu is the robust security that Linux based systems are known for. One reason that Linux is relatively safe from malware and viruses is due to the lower number of people who use it. Viruses are targeted at popular operating systems like Windows, that have an extremely large user base. Linux based systems are also very secure due to their open source nature, which allows experts to modify and enhance the security features included with each distribution.
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There are a number of different types of VPN. You may have to install some extra software depending on what type of VPN you're connecting to. Find out the connection details from whoever is in charge of the VPN and see which <em>VPN client</em> you need to use. Then, open <app>Ubuntu Software</app> and search for the <app>network-manager</app> package which works with your VPN (if there is one) and install it.
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If the connection is not successful, you <link xref="net-wireless-noconnection">may be asked for your password again</link> or it might just tell you that the connection has been disconnected. There are a number of things that could have caused this to happen. You could have entered the wrong password, the wireless signal could be too weak, or your computer's wireless card might have a problem, for example. See <link xref="net-wireless-troubleshooting"/> for more help.
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Contributors to this translation: Ali Dlakić, Almin Islamović, Amina Đonko, Anes Čehić, Ashraf Gheth, Azer Dedovic, Belmin Divjan, Boško Stojaković, Dino Kujović, Doug Smythies, Ensar Turkovic, Gunnar Hjalmarsson, Jeremy Bicha, Kenan Dervišević, Kenan Kukić, Lamija Lemeš, Matthew East, Naida Durmo, Nedim Memišević, Nejra Zulic, Samir Ribić, Semsudin Abdic.