Cannot connect Linux FTP server with Win client
My current situation is there are a number of computers in my office,
some of the computers are running Linux 7.3 and 8.0 while some other
computers are running Windows 98, 2000.
I have just built a FTP server with Linux which is supposed to serve
all machines in the office. However there is problem when I try to
connect to this FTP server with clients running in Windows, I used
third party FTP software like, ws-ftp, but I fail, there simply no
response from the server. The server can work fine when I try to
connect to it using machines running in Linux also. I just wonder what
the p...Linux, Linux, Linux
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i am doing a final semester project on this topic,so please help on
> i am doing a final semester project on this topic,so please help on
> this topic
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"Reply"...Windows client connecting to Linux server (SAS/Connect)
32-bit Linux on SuSE 9
Ive been working SAS Tech Support on this issue, but seem to be running
around in circles lately:
One of our users has previously used his Windows machine to connect to our
old Windows SAS server. Now that we're under Linux, this functionality is
Our local SAS expert told me: 1) User is trying SAS with rsubmittal over
XWin32 2) Expert believes that SAS/Connect is somehow involved, or should be.
Documentation given to me indicates that I need to use sastcpd on the Linux
server in order to get this setup. But Im new to administering SAS, so Im
In any event, connection from Windows client to Linux server will mostly
likely need to be tunneled through SSH.
SAS Tech Support got me to a point where I can attempt to authenticate, but
NOTE: SAS initialization used:
real time 0.82 seconds
cpu time 0.03 seconds
1? proc permtest;
ERROR: Access denied.Authentication failed.
Other times the error message I would receive from those same 2 commands:
ERROR: The authentication server is not SETUID ROOT. The installation is
As instructed Ive chown root:root and chmod 4755
/usr/local/...Linux server and remote connection.
Hi, do anyone has an experience with linux server?
I have an option to buy either a linux server at $700/year, or a
windows server at $1200 per year.
I think linux server is a better bargain. However, the windows server
has perks too. It comes with remote connection that I am familiar with.
Is there an equivalent in linux? How many applications run in linux?
: Hi, do anyone has an experience with linux server?
: I have an option to buy either a linux server at $700/year, or a
: windows server at $1200 per year.
Sounds like you mean "lease" rathe...linux neewbie : Configuring linux client in a windows network
I have a windows 2000 server running as the domain controller. I want
to add a LINUX (RED HAT 9.0) computer as a client in this network.
What software do i need to do this ?
Thanks in advance.
> I have a windows 2000 server running as the domain controller. I want
> to add a LINUX (RED HAT 9.0) computer as a client in this network.
> What software do i need to do this ?
you'll have everything you need to accomplish this.
samba is what will work: http://us1.samba.org/samba/samba.html
try this HOWTO: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/SMB-HOWTO.html
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...I have Linux! I have Linux!
Ok, after two days of trying to get Windos 1900 installed and working , I
sat down an hour ago and installed Linux. In an hour.
Ok, I will be honest. I did have some problems, but I believe they were
of my own ignorance.
0) I started with trying to install Suse. However, I couldn't get it to
install. Why? Because I didn't read the menu. There is a startup menu
and the first entry is boot to harddisk. I thought that was the thing to
do so I did it about 4 times. Then I gave up. However, I went back to it
and subsequently realized that I should have chosen the 2nd men...Why linux is linux
We don't destroy, we create.
We don't imitate, we build.
We are not a network, we are a personal OS.
Attempting to Speak for Linux, You wrote: <<
We don't destroy, we create.
We don't imitate, we build.
We are not a network, we are a personal OS. >>
Linux is more like this: <<
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To the denizens of comp.os.linux.advocacy!
So many people demonstrate in this newsgroup that
they know only a Linux of Hatred and Greed, of paranoia,
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behaving like monkeys in reaction to human dissenters,
throwing feces at one another and beating their
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My Linux is not that Linux. My Linux is the Linux of Love,
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with fellow Linux users in real life (i.e. not in the
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freedom-loving, anti-corporate. Here in COLA however
they remind me of monkeys or spoiled brats or worse,
My Linux is not your Linux. It is the human Linux
that acknowledges that Linux involves human work
to create, that although it is free you are not
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by volunteers, they deserve to be paid for their
gifts with at least gratitude. And that monkeys and
self-entitled brats and sysadmins never thank anyone.
> To the denizens of comp.os.linux.advocacy!
You crossposted to gnu.misc.discuss.
> My Linux is not your Linux. It is the human Linux
> that acknowledges that Linux involves human work
> to create, that although it is free you are not
> entitled to it, that although it is created in large part
> by volunteers, they deserve to be pa...OS Authentication with winXP client Linux Server
Having trawled through many many documentation links, I still cannot
find my answer.
I am working on a corporate network (secure).
The database resides on a Linux server connected to that network.
The clients all run Windows XP connected to the same network.
I am trying to set up OS Authentication, so the windows users can
connect to the database (typically via an app or two I have written)
using their own XP userid, withouth prompting for a password.
All the doco I have seen related to windows client/windows server
(including setting SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES= (NTS) on both which
isn&...NFS server on OS/2 with Linux client
A while back I posted a question about interoperability of OS/2's NFS
server with modern Linux systems (64-bit SuSe 9.3 in this case). I had
ludicrously slow response times across a local network (with a cable
length of about 5 feet).
I'm posting to report that I've solved the problem by mounting the NFS
filesystem on the Linux side using the "udp" option. With this option
in /etc/fstab, my access is now instantaneous as I would expect. Hope
this helps someone else out down the road. An example from my
/etc/fstab file looks like this:
[IP address]:/drivec /ecs/drivec nfs
auto,exec,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,timeo=.1,udp,bg,intr 0 0
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...VNC server on windows, linux client cannot connect
I installed TightVNC server on windows and set a password. As far as I can
tell, the windows 2000 professional machine has no firewall running (I
really do not know much about windows, so I could be wrong).
When I try to connect from my Linux machine to the windows VNC server (I
have confirmed - it is running - icon at the bottom windows panel or
whatever it is called) :
$xtightvncviewer <ip address of windows machine>
xtightvncviewer: ConnectToTcpAddr: connect: Connection refused
Unable to connect to VNC server
How do I troubleshoot this ?
Geico Caveman wrote:
> I installed TightVNC server on windows and set a password. As far as I can
> tell, the windows 2000 professional machine has no firewall running (I
> really do not know much about windows, so I could be wrong).
> When I try to connect from my Linux machine to the windows VNC server (I
> have confirmed - it is running - icon at the bottom windows panel or
> whatever it is called) :
> $xtightvncviewer <ip address of windows machine>
> xtightvncviewer: ConnectToTcpAddr: connect: Connection refused
> Unable to connect to VNC server
> How do I troubleshoot this ?
Cal you telnet to a port in the range 5900 to 5909? If none of them work
then you probably haven't got the server set up correctly - perhaps it's
only listening to localhost?
mail da email@example.com (without the sp...[News] Many Reasons for Linux on the Server; GNU/Linux Beats Mac OS X
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...Can I run a Linux FTP server on an ADSL connection?
Well the subject says it all-
I want to host files, I dont mind if the IP changes when I log off/on
And I wont have a domain name- I just wan people to be able to
upload/download files online from my FTP.
I have a netcomm router modem, it is a firewall also, It just plugs into
the hub and all pc's on the network can use the internet.
Im not that big on networking in linux, I just managed to set up my own
network with 3 pc's and samba, thats about it. However I did it all from
command line, not using any gui utils like webmin.
On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 13:54:59 +0000, Cam wrot...Crash-proof connection from Linux (client) to Windows (server)
I'm use the Reflection X server on Windows 2000 to work with X11
applications on a Suse 9 box. The problem is that Reflection crashes
too much, killing my Emacs session, which I don't like.
The solution I think of is some kind of proxy server between the
client and the server. When Reflection crashes, the proxy keeps the
connection and thus Emacs alive. The restarted Reflection can then
reconnect to the proxy. This solution would be similar to 'screen'
I'd be glad if anyone could give me advice on how to accomplish this.
Da...DHCP connection from win98SE client to Suse linux server
I have two PC's connected tot a linux firewall. One of them is a win98SE
box. The other is a linux box. Installed is SuSE Linux 10.0.
DHCP works fine between the two linux boxes, (and you can guess) not in
connection to the win 98SE box.
> I have two PC's connected tot a linux firewall. One of them is a win98SE
> box. The other is a linux box. Installed is SuSE Linux 10.0.
> DHCP works fine between the two linux boxes, (and you can guess) not in
> connection to the win 98SE box.
> Any suggestions/
Is the windows pc set up for DHCP? Have you set up the Linux box as a
gateway for the windows pc? Check the network settings (dhcp and
gateway) on the win pc.
Let's not complicate our relationship
by trying to communicate with each other.
...Wildcards using MULTINET FTP server, Linux client?
I'm trying to do a rm *.*;* in an FTP script and get this error:
550-Failed to delete directory DKA0:[ARCSIGHT]*^.log^;*.dir;
550 The file specification must contain a name, type and version
number (even if wildcarded).
How do I get rid of those stupid ^'s?
On Oct 21, 4:26=A0pm, sampsa <samp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to do a rm *.*;* in an FTP script and get this error:
> 550-Failed to delete directory DKA0:[ARCSIGHT]*^.log^;*.dir;
> 550 The file specification must contain a name, type and version
> number (even if wildcarded).
> H...cannot connect from linux cipe server to windows cipe client
I am trying to connect Redhat Linux 9 cipe server to Windows 2003(
tried windows NT too) cipe client.
I can ping from Windows 2003(and also Windows NT) server (both of
which contain CIPE client installed) to CIPE server on Redhat Linux 9
server. But i cannot ping the Windows CIPE client from the Linux
This a short description of what i have done: -
On the Linux machine(67.xx.xx.159)=>
1)I edited the file /etc/sysconfig/iptables to allow incoming UDP
-A INPUT -p udp -m udp -s 67.xx.xx.159 -d 67.xx.xxx.161 --sport 6790
--dport 6789 -j ACCEPT
where 67.xx.xxx.159 : Linux m/c
67.xx.xxx.161 : Windows m/c containing CIPE client
2) Edited a file : /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-cipcb0
3) I created a key in /etc/cipe/options.cipcb0 on both machines. It
and did the following
# chmod 600 /etc/cipe/options.cipcb0
4) Started CIPE using
# /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifup-cipcb ifcfg-cipcb0
I checked using ifconfig , cipcb0 is up and running..
Now on the windows 2003 machine(67.xx.xxx.161),
1)Created a network device using CIPE Windows NDIS driver and service,
version 2.0-pre15. (391k, zip).
the settings are as follows:
Local IP address : 192.168.0.2 Port:6790
Peer IP Address : 67.xx.xxx.159 Port:6789
Local PTP Address: 192.1...[News] [Linux] Sun is Hunting for Linux Servers, But Keeps Losing Space to Linux
Sun Microsystems launches new Enterprise Services Plan
,----[ Quote ]
| Sun is striving to establish its Solaris Unix operating system as
| an alternative to Linux. Unlike other vendors, Sun promotes its
| version of Unix as an open, non-hardware-aligned platform.
It has just lost to Linux again.
Burbank Gets Higher Performance In Move To Blade Servers
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| Other advantages were inherent in the blade server architecture. For
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| bla...Linux thin client connecting to Windows 2003 terminal server
I am not a Linux expert and are just looking for some recommendations.
My problem is the following:
I am running a windows terminal server and have 12x Pentium 100
computers with 32mb ram and 1.6gb harddrives. I found the tool
"rdesktop" to connect to the server which runs fine on my test
computer which is a P4 but I need it to run on my 12 old computers.
Rdesktop requires X-Windows. Can anybody recommend a small linux
distributions including a graphical interface? Or does somebody know a
different client software which doesn't need X-Windows?
I am not sure so far if this all is possible with my 12 old computers.
I cannot spend any money since it is for a high-school on a tight
If somebody knows anything, please let me know.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
email@example.com (Tobias) writes:
> I am running a windows terminal server and have 12x Pentium 100
> computers with 32mb ram and 1.6gb harddrives. I found the tool
> "rdesktop" to connect to the server which runs fine on my test
> computer which is a P4 but I need it to run on my 12 old computers.
> Rdesktop requires X-Windows. Can anybody recommend a small linux
> distributions including a graphical interface? Or does somebody know a
> different client software which doesn't need X-Windows?
You might have a look at PXES:
This is a small Linux ...nfs strange failures (getfh, linux server, solaris client)
So, I'm perplexed. I have a server, running Mandrake 10.0 (community),
that is providing NIS and NFS services to a handful of Solaris 9
The problem is that one of the clients cannot mount anything from the
server, but other clients can, and the faulty client is able to mount
from other servers. Let me outline a bit.
Server1 is the server I was speaking about above, providing NIS and
NFS to the clients in the network. Server2 is another machine in the
building, not actually supposed to be involved in the network, but I'm
using it for testing. Both servers are running Mandrake 10.
Client1 is the new client, which is unable to mount anything from
Server1. Client2 has been setup for a couple of days, and is working
correctly (mounting properly). Client 3 is in a separate setup state,
but is also working correctly. All three clients are running Solaris
Here is the /etc/exports on server1
Here is the /etc/vfstab from all of the clients:
fd - /dev/fd fd - no -
/proc - /proc proc - no -
/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s0 / ufs 1
server1:/home - /home nfs - yes -
server1:/var/suns/usr/...Any VPN client for RH linux to connect to office VPN server (Sonicwall)
We are using Sonicwall VPN server at office, I have VPN client
installed on Windows PC, no problem to login to office machines, But I
need to access remotely from RH Linux PC, any VPN client available
which can connect to Sonic wall VPN server (I need to install that VPN
client on Linux PC)?. This way I can check-out my code into Linux
machine, which I can compile locally than always telnet/ssh from
windows machine which is very slow. Thanks in advance.
Am Wed, 28 Mar 2007 13:54:54 -0700 schrieb GS:
> We are using Sonicwall VPN server at office, I have VPN client
> installed on Windows PC, no problem to login to office machines, But I
> need to access remotely from RH Linux PC, any VPN client available
> which can connect to Sonic wall VPN server (I need to install that VPN
> client on Linux PC)?. This way I can check-out my code into Linux
> machine, which I can compile locally than always telnet/ssh from
> windows machine which is very slow. Thanks in advance.
which model do you have? We're using 5060 and 4100 and it works with
openswan (debian) with dynamic IP.
We are using 3060, let me know whether it supports, I am using RH
Linux, if RH not supports, I will switch to Debian. Thanks.
...Sockets: Why a Connection reset exception on Windows but not on Linux when a client disconnects from a server
I'm curious why I get a Connection reset exception when I run this
code on Windows but not on Linux.
It's a client and a server communicating through a socket. The
exception occurs on the server when the client terminates suddenly.
It's ordinary client-server code, but I'll include it for
It make sense that the exception occurs - the server is waiting for
the client to send a command, but the client suddenly terminates.
What's odd is that the exception occurs on Windows but not on Linux.
Here are the results on the server side, when run on Windows Vista:
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