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...pp package fine in 64bit linux.But not in 32bit linux.
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
I have an executable program running fine in 64bit linux.
If I convert the same code to binary, using pp for a 32bit linux, I am
getting segmentation fault in a particular part alone.
IS there anything to mainly concentrate on when creating binary for a 32 bit
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...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...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.
Novel...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...How to share a printer Linux to Linux
I've seen lots of posts on sharing printers in a mixed network, but I
have 3 machines all with SUSE 10.3 - and I am having great difficulty in
figuring out how to share the printer attached to the machine I use as a
I have even tried Samba, but no success.
Has anyone succeeded with setting up a shared printer using YAST?
thanks for any reply
I just solved your problem yesterday. I'm printing using cups and IPP.
So I didn't print via samba.
You should ...Install Internet Explorer 7.0 in Linux with IEs 4 Linux
Don't shoot the messenger! :)
john s. smith wrote:
> Don't shoot the messenger! :)
well then quick question for the messenger....have you tried it :)
I just recently loaded linux onto my laptop. I hope this was not a bad move.
But I cannot find the Activstate Perl I downloaded.I am using openSUSE
I also am having trouble deciding which is the command line to open my
There is the : Gnome Terminal, the Konsole, the x Terminal, and the Terminal
Program - Super
User Mode. Don't think it's that one for sure! I typed in the shebang line
as such #!/usr/bin/perl
then hit enter, after that I just type the name of the file.pl in. Is there
any basic info on just what
needs to be done in regards to ...Linux
We would like to connect from a Linux box to a sybase database (zenworks)
running on Netware 6.
Can anyone point us in the right direction?
Urbain Van Gucht
On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 02:16:23 -0700, Urbain Van Gucht wrote:
> We would like to connect from a Linux box to a sybase database (zenworks)
> running on Netware 6.
> Can anyone point us in the right direction?
First off- does the Netware version of Sybase use TCP sockets?
If it does, then:
You need the client libraries/tools for linux. The simplest is to download
Does anyone know of a Linux group like this one? I'm dumping Windows as my
main OS and moving to Red hat
9107 151st Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Toll Free: 1-800-446-2446
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
Visit Us Online at <http://www.controlseneca.com/> www.controlseneca.com
Most ( ? all ) of the di...LINUX
Can RedHat Linux 9 Network with Netware 5.1?
> Can RedHat Linux 9 Network with Netware 5.1?
In what way? It can be a client using ncpfs or natively if you purchase
and install NFA on your server.
Novell Product Support Forum SysOp
(No email support, thanks.)
That answers my question. Just standard file sharing.
"Andy Thompson (SysOp)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> ML wrote:
> > Can RedHat Linux 9 ...linux
What is the best Linux distribution from which to run Sybase ASE 12 (the
beta)? Ditto for 11.9.2
Thanks in Advance,
In article <ODzZ5.email@example.com>,
"Justin K. Hertog" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What is the best Linux distribution from which to run Sybase ASE 12 (the
> beta)? Ditto for 11.9.2
The 12.5 beta expects RH 6.2 or later (or a similar Caldera or SuSE
installation). The details are:
We have a novell network where people mostly use window XP machines. I had
a Linux (redhat 9) machine and was connecting to the network by running a
script (that an IT guy set up for me, was using ncpmount). Now I have
bought a machine with the redhat enterprise 3 OS. Will the same script
work for me ?
> We have a novell network where people mostly use window XP machines. I had
> a Linux (redhat 9) machine and was connecting to the network by running a
> script (that an IT guy set up for me, was using ncpmount). Now I have
> bought ...Linux
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh, son wants Linux, asus a7m266, amd 1200, so many choices,
anybody steer me in right direction? TIA
> Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh, son wants Linux, asus a7m266, amd 1200, so many choices,
> anybody steer me in right direction? TIA
Just give him your credit card... ;-)
For "Socket A" motherboard with KT266A, have a look at
for motherboard reviews. Be sure to read the conclusion at
The Soltek SL-75DRV2 s...Linux
Is there anybody out there who can sell me an old copy of Delphi for Linux?
I actually had a copy once, when it was sold under a special name (??) but that disk seems to have disapeared...
Bart Kindt / SARTrack Limited New Zealand
Bart Kindt wrote:
> I actually had a copy once, when it was sold under a special name
that would probably be "Kylix".
"Hey, it compiles! Ship it!"
Bart Kindt schrieb:
> Is there anybody out there who can sell me an old copy of Delphi for ...Linux
When I ran SR6 on my primary drive (40 gb), I selected each partition and
told it to test - I have one ntfs partition, 1 linux swap, and 2 linux
I thought it should only test the individual partitions.��Anyone�else
experience this effect?
In grc.spinrite Laurence Mitchell wrote:
> When I ran SR6 on my primary drive (40 gb), I selected each
> partition and told it to test - I have one ntfs partition, 1 linux
> swap, and 2 linux partions
I was wondering if an application developed for .net framework is working on the mono framework under Linux. Is it true or only applications developed for mono run on both Windows and Linux?
From what I understand, right now mono is pretty limited. It has a c# compiler, a JIT compiler, and some C# class libraries, maybe a few other things incorporated... I don't think you will be able to run any program you create....Linux
I'm looking for pbcgi.exe for linux???
Doesn't exist. Never will as far as I know. Sorry. Solaris was definately
supported, and I think AIX and HPUX might have been supported as well.
What you might want to consider is moving to an EAServer approach. From what
I've heard, Linux support is being evaluated there.
On Thu, 18 Jan 2001 13:07:23 -0000,
gilles <email@example.com> wrote:
>I'm looking for pbcgi.exe for linux???
Is it possible to have a Linux box print to a ndps
printer??? I've got every (queue based) printer
working but cannot get to any ndps printers.
Thanks in advance
>Is it possible to have a Linux box print to a ndps
>printer??? I've got every (queue based) printer
>working but cannot get to any ndps printers.
You can enable lpr on the specific ndsp printers, which should enable
you to print from a linux box....
regards -Frank Korpershoek-
:tel +31 15 2130034:mob +31 6 55730822:fax +31 15 2124278:
Any Linux users posting here? I am about ready to chuck Microsoft. I
am tired of all these script worms and viruses.
Is Linux ready for prime time securitywise.
I realize Apple has OS X which is a Unix based system, but I am not
fond of their prices if you know what I mean.
> Any Linux users posting here? I am about ready to chuck Microsoft. I
> am tired of all these script worms and viruses.
> Is Linux ready for prime time securitywise.
> I realize Apple has OS X which is a Unix based system, but I am not
> fond of their prices if you know what I mean....Linux
Wouldn't this be easier to use a Linux backend instead of upgrading DOS?
Because it makes me think that Steve are reinventing the wheel. The
Linux community already has written kernel modules to support the mass
amount of available hardware.
I know it would be difficult to rewrite SpinRite but that way it would
be easier to maintain.
I see it like DBAN (Darik's Boot and Nuke). It uses the Linux 2.4 kernel
by default and by doing some research someone in the community upgraded
its kernel to Linux 3.2 . I will be more than happy to link someone to
the buildroot of tha...linux
A) I want to write a web-Application in windows NT, which connected to
Sybase-DB that could be lie on Linux.
For this task I do the following steps:
1.I connect to the Database through ODBC (Sybase System 11)
Data source name: Linux_Test
Database name: public_db
2.Than I setting up the Jaguar Server
At the Menu: Connection caches Propereties
DLL or classname: ODBC32.DLL
3.Defining a web-site Database with 'Power Dynamo 3.0'.
A) I have created a new database in Adaptive Server Anywhere under Syba...