Question :Linux box Linux to the ASE server
I have setup up an ASE server on my redhat 6.0, i tried to link this
server from another computer which running the winNT(open client is
and it is works very well.
and i want to link(use) the ASE server from another Linux(also installed
How can i do ?
i guess i should first install something just like the open client like
my WinNT box and then install some Admin tools
Please give me advice,
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> Hello there,
> I ha...Linux to Linux VPN
Hopefully this is something that can be done.
I have a main office with a Win2000 server. I have a remote office with 3
computers, right now each of the remote computers connects to the
windows2000 server over the internet using VPN with the W2K box being the
VPN server. This causes a few problems because of the domain login and the
user's are not the ummmm brightest with computers.
What I want to do it place a perment VPN with auto re-connect so when they
unplug the DSL modem to plug in the Fax (I know I know) and then plug the
DSL back in it will re-sync the VPN...Migrate linux to linux
We want to migrate our gw7 from netware to linux but because we lack a
spliffy new server i need to move it to a temporary server first.
Thankfully we have an OES2 'test' server currently running in our production
tree with suse10 and oes2.
After we migrate the Netware server to the test server and get everything
running, is it enough to just install the agents on the real server, copy
the entire database over from test maintaining path etc, change some ip's in
the nds and hit start ?
On Wed, 20 Feb 2008 15:46:01 +0000, Arjan wrote:
> After we m...failure of Leaktest in Linux (application-based outbound control in Linux)
I have used Leaktest in Linux via wine, and my Linux system fails the
outbound control test.
I know this can be done by using programs like Zone Alarm, but it is not
available in Linux. Without the application-based outbound controls,
what happens if one of my users's account is invaded by a Linux Trojan
Horse (due to his neglegiance) and that Trojan Horse broadcast sensitive
information in HIS folder such as his credit card no. Although the
damage will surely be limited to his folder thanks to the robust Linux
security system, I still DON'T want to see any of my user...Samba: win to linux fine, natilus (linux) to linux asks for password
Basically that is my particular issue, adding that I've set it up over
openvpn as well, to the same server.
[win -> linux]
- see public (for existing users) shares and try to enter them
- when asked for user and password, can see the contents of the public
share along with my home folder
- can see the shared local printer, and open and view current print
jobs on the server (cannot print tough, will write another post about
[linux to linux]
- try to access the server via smbclient -L and can see shares ok
- from nautilus, with the address smb://10.22.22.1 ...Sybase Linux / Solaris compatibility question: can i backup from Solaris to Linux (dump) and then restore back?
- I want to know is is possible to backup from Solaris to a remote Linux
backup server using dump and then use these dumps to restore on the
original Solaris server.
Does Linux perform some conversion on the dump file or just writes their
contents "as is" to the local filesystem when we run dump?. I know that
Oracle doesn't have this problem, but i read that Sybase dump binaries
are not compatible between different arquitectures (for example Scparc,
- Is possible to back up from Sybase 12 to Sybase 11.9.2 and then
restore back? Has any...Linux Questions
Is it such thing as triple-boot if I want to use MS as primary drive C, LM
as secondary drive L or M, and Redhat as secondary drive R? Or In different
order, LM as primary drive C,etc if I decide to chose.
Tell me what is the easy and prefer method to install Linux.
I am learning and getting ready to install soon, I am having hard time
decide to buy between Profession version and Standard version on each
different Linux products LM and Redhat. Any recommend is helpful, since I am
home-based internet surfer (no host website maybe in future).
Is Linux strong secured for online trading,...Linux Services on Linux OES2
i´m testing a 2 node cluster (maybe more in the future) on OES2 (SLES10SP1,
iSCSI on HP MSA1510i). Finally i want to cluster some NSS-Volumes, Groupwise
and a CVS Server. Will this be possible?? Are there Linux-Services, which
are not possible to implement with Novell Cluster Services?
Thanks in advance.
NSS volumes and GroupWise are possible to cluster. I'm not sure about the
CVS server though. Basically any serice that can access data from an NSS
volume or from eDirectory should be possible to cluster.
NCS requires NSS volumes, in...LINUX and Adaptive Server for LINUX
What does everybody think about the stability of Sybase on LINUX, and
where can i get mor information about it?
CSSoftware, Inc. Guatemala
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Ramses Palomo wrote:
> What does everybody think about the stability of Sybase on LINUX, and
> where can i get mor information about it?
> Ramses Palomo
> CSSoftware, Inc. Guatemala
> rpalomo@starne...Dual boot
Recently, all of the sata controllers on my system board went south.
Rather than buy a new board, I decided to dump Windows completely (since
it is a pain to get working from an external drive) and just go with
Ubuntu as an external. The Ubuntu install went fine. Everything so far
is working. I decided to take the drive that used to have XP on it and
set up a couple of other distro's to take a look at. I installed Kbuntu,
and everything worked fine. I then installed Mepis. After the install I
got a grub error:2 which I believe is that it cannot find the OS. I know
this is d...OES(Linux) to OES2 (Linux)
Have a gaggle of servers running OES Linux. What are the reasons,
compelling or otherwise, for upgrading/migrating, to OES2?
Most of what I see are focused on convincing NetWare user to migrate to
Being EOL or near EOL, would not be sufficient reason.
On Fri, 14 Aug 2009 14:36:04 +0000, joea wrote:
> Being EOL or near EOL, would not be sufficient reason.
If it's a production system it is.
I would get all OES1 servers updated to OES2 ASAP.
What is the best (subjective question!) free, downloadable Linux version? I
am wanting to get back into it a bit and would like something free and easy!
Graphical versus command line would be nice. Looking to learn, it's been a
long time, Linux a bit again and toy around with it.
Thanks for opinions.
> What is the best (subjective question!) free, downloadable Linux version? I
> am wanting to get back into it a bit and would like something free and easy!
> Graphical versus command line would be nice. Looking to learn, it's been a
> lo...linux question
two users asked me this:
"My mozilla is installed by root. If I try to install the hebrew package
I get "permission error". I believe
the problem is that as I reguler user, I don't have write permission to
the directory mozilla is installed in. I would like to install this as a
regular user under the .mozilla directory in my home directory. How do I
i don't have any linux so i can't answer. i think it was answered in the
past with packs made on linux, but i made my pack on winXP.
Hebrew L10n Team
http://www.mozi...Question about Linux
There is a forum about SQL ANywhere on Linux, but I can't
post there, so here goes.
There is a Linux kind called Gentoo. It uses the special
program named Portage for installing packages. It also uses
compilation from sources to do that.
Would you be interested in providing the .ebuild for the
Gentoo Portage for the SQL Anywhere?
There are no plans at this time to create any custom Linux
installation package for any of the Linux Distros.
SQLAnywhere Research and Development