[News] 4 Linux Releases: Foresight Linux 1.1, Ubuntu CE 2.2, Kwort 2.2, Mandriva 2007.1 RC1
Foresight Linux 1.1 is out !
Kwort [Slackware derivative] 2.2 final released!
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| I'm proud to announce that Kwort 2.2 final version has been released
| after a very long time (more than a year). The system is very stable
| and very usable.
Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring RC1 (aka "Xianyang")
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| New since Mandriva Linux 2007:
| * Major desktop components
| o KDE 3.5.6
| o GNOME 2.18 (RC: final release will include GNOME 2.18)
| o OpenOffice.org 2.1
| o Mozilla Firefox 2.0
...Help with Cisco VPN client 4.0.1 (and 4.0.3)
I recently upgraded my client from version 3.6.0 to version 4.0.1 (then
tried 4.0.3). I'm running Windows 2000. I uninstalled the client, rebooted,
installed the new one, rebooted and tried to connect.
Both the profiles I had on the 3.6.0 version worked, I could VPN with both
of them. Since I've installed 4.0.1, and then 4.0.3 I cannot access either
profile any longer.
Here is part of the log (if someone could help me I would greatly appreciate
it, I have no idea what's causing this problem):
Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 4.0.3 (C)
Copyright (C) 1998-2003 Cisco ...Oracle server 220.127.116.11.0, Client 18.104.22.168.0, Red Hat Linux enterprise advanced server 2.1
My Database server is running on Red Hat Linux enterprise
advanced server 2.1, And my Oracle version is 22.214.171.124.0.
My Client mechine also Red Hat Linux enterprise advanced
server 2.1 , Oracle client version is 126.96.36.199.0.
I am running a web application. Our application is in Magic
edeveloper. I connect to Oracle using oracle gateway to my application.
My Problem is my application is is becoming slow. I am not
able to trace where the problem is. Before our application was running
fine. recently i upgraded Oracle client version to 188.8.131.52.0.
My Oracle client & server versi...OpenSwan
I am trying to use 2 linux servers to bridge or route ip. I have tried
using OpenSwan and OpenVPN and cannot get it to work.
The setup is as follows:
InternalNet(10.0.0.0/8) > Linux(216.XXX.XXX.1)> Internet <
Linux(70.XXX.XXX.1) < Internal Net (192.168.XXX.XXX)
OpenSwan has the problem of not setting up the routing correctly on
The routing always comes up work even though the ipsec.conf file seems
to be configured correctly.
The routing on the remote comes up as:
10.0.0.0/8 gw 70.XXX.XXX.XXX when it should be 10.68.0.0/8 gw
I want to be able to use all the resources on the host network. Has
anyone gotten OpenSwan to work?
I can get some of it to work changing the routes manually. But I
shouldn't have to do that.
3 days at it already .... I'm getting dizzy.
Thanks in advance.
> I am trying to use 2 linux servers to bridge or route ip. I have tried
> using OpenSwan and OpenVPN and cannot get it to work.
> The setup is as follows:
> InternalNet(10.0.0.0/8) > Linux(216.XXX.XXX.1)> Internet <
> Linux(70.XXX.XXX.1) < Internal Net (192.168.XXX.XXX)
> OpenSwan has the problem of not setting up the routing correctly on
> either sub-network
> The routing always comes up work even though the ipsec.conf file seems
> to be configured correctly.
> The routing on the remote comes up as:
> 10.0.0.0/8 gw 70.XXX.XXX...CISCO Linux vpn client
I am trying to connect to my work institutions VPN connection using the
Cisco VPN client (v. 4.04-A-K9) using Linux, Xandros 3.0 (2.6.9 Linux
kernel), But I have some problems that make it virtually unusable...
Here's how far I have got:
1) compiled and installed correctly
2) can log in and authenticate (I know this because I get the
authentication and encryption responses, also I can send email via the
email server and this isn't visible to the outside world)
However I seem to have potential issues with:
1) address resolution (the names and addresses of all the DNS servers
are in ...linux cisco vpn client
I just installed the cisco vpn client 4.7 for Linux on a Centos (redhat
clone) system, it works fine and dandy. Howerver it takes forever to
open a xterm session, GAIM, even the Mozilla browser. This only happens
when I'm vpned into work, if I disconnect session, everything works
fine. While I'm vpned, there is no load on the system, basically
idling, any clue, thanks in advance.
usaims <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just installed the cisco vpn client 4.7 for Linux on a Centos (redhat
> clone) system, it works fine and dandy. Howerver it takes forever to
> ope...Trouble installing Corel Linux 1.2 not loading LILO
Ladies and gentlemen
I am a newbie with linux, but am old enough to have cut my teeth with
DOS and therefore at least understand file structures.
I thought I would try to install Linux on an old desktop and have ran
into a problem.
Using the Corel Linux 1.2 CD I created an install floppy since my
hardware does not support booting off of the CD. The hardware consists
of a 133 MHz pentium with 82 MB of ram, a 1.7 GB hard drive, a 800 MB
hard drive an SMC network card, and a CD_ROM drive.
I booted off of the floppy and it found the CD drive. It then let me
partition the 1.7 GB hard drive into a Linux partition and a swap file.
I used the defaults. (No other systems on this computer).
The installation then loads about 400 MB of the OS onto the hard drive.
After that it tells me to eject the floppy. When it tries to reboot it
gets to the point where it prints "LI" and then a blinking cursor. I
believe it is trying to run LILO
Thanks for any help
On Thu, 08 Dec 2005 07:24:26 -0800, sdgengineer wrote:
> I am a newbie with linux, but am old enough to have cut my teeth with
> DOS and therefore at least understand file structures.
I replied to help you, so I won't ridicule that claim, OK? :-)
> I thought I would try to install Linux on an old desktop and have ran
> into a problem.
> Using the Corel Linux 1.2 CD
There's your problem right there!
Corel is about a zillion ye...My Linux is not your Linux
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,
and of a selfish sense of entitlement. They seem always to be
behaving like monkeys in reaction to human dissenters,
throwing feces at one another and beating their
chests pretending to know something.
My Linux is not that Linux. My Linux is the Linux of Love,
of sharing, friendship, community. It is a uniquely
human Linux and not one for monkeys. When I speak
with fellow Linux users in real life (i.e. not in the
monkeyhouse of COLA) they remind me of myself: practical,
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
entitled to it, that although it is created in large part
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...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: <<
Like everything else, we consume and are consumed.
We exchange ideas with everyone,
to the point where it's almost impossible to track.
We are artisans, not mass producers. >>
Jeff Relf wrote:
> Linux is mo...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...GUIs for Cisco VPN client for Linux
Per a request from one of our users that just bought an Eee PC, I
downloaded and installed the Cisco VPN client for Linux (4.8.01.0640 is
the current version). Before doing the work on the Eee PC, I downloaded a
trial of Xandros Desktop Pro 4.2, installed it on an older Pentium III
Dell w/ 256MB RAM, installed the kernel source and GCC, and ran the
installer. I already have a PCF file from the OS X and Win32 installers
I've built and that worked perfectly. What I'm wondering now is, since
this is a CLI only client, has anyone tried any of the various GUI
add-ons, esp. on Xandro...[News] 4 New GNU/Linux Releases: KnoMath 1.2, eAR OS 1.09, Resulinux 2.9, Absolute 12.1.01
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KnoMath 1.2 @
eAR OS 1.09
2008-06-05: Please use torrent for download
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| Every time we believe we got a good host for download, then it is closed,
| because of too much Internet trafic. This is out of our control and we are
| very sorry about that. Hopefully the hosting servers will be online again
| very soon (when they can handle the trafic!)
| In the mean time we recommend you to use torrent for download. The more
| torrent users, the better it works for everyone. In the future:...[News] [Linux] Scientific Linux 4.5 and Apache Maven 1.1 Released
[Release:] Scientific Linux 4.5
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| Scientific Linux release 4.5 is based on the rebuilding of RPMS out of
| SRPMS's from Enterprise 4 AS, including Update 5.
Apache Maven 1.1 released
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| Apache Maven 1.1 was released yesterday as the final release with new
| features to the 1.x branch of Maven. Maven is an open source project
| management tool for Java developers.
[Scientific Linux 5.0 Live CD Released]
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| SL is a Linux release put ...Cisco VPN Client Software for Solaris and Linux
Looking for the Cisco VPN client for Solaris and Linux. Does anyone know if
this is available for free? My current SmartNet contract has expired and I
am about to renew, and I am unable to determine if this software is
available with a SmartNet contract.
Can anyone shed some light?
it is available, just contact your network-pusher
"Thomas" <thesensfanGOGO@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> Looking for the Cisco VPN client for Solaris and Linux. Does anyone know
> this is available for free? My current SmartNet contract has expired and
> am about to renew, and I am unable to determine if this software is
> available with a SmartNet contract.
> Can anyone shed some light?
...[LINUX] Info: Intel D845GEBV2 mainboard and Linux 2.4.21/2.4.22
I recently had to install Linux on a i845 based system (D845GEBV2
Using 2.4.21 and possibly some earlier 2.4 kernels will enrich your
system with "DMA timeout" and "hda: lost interrupt" errors.
Using 2.4.22 will fix this.
Mvh. / Best regards,
Steen Suder <http://www.suder.dk/>
ICQ UIN 4133803
...Linux-Cisco-ADSL-Cisco-Linux Connection hangs....
Im having a strange problem with linux servers and cisco routers here
its my setup:
Linux Server---Cisco router---ADSL Link---Cisco router--- Linux Server
The strange stuff its that i can ping from one linux to the other with
no problems, but when i open a telnet session from one linux to the
other and type any command (ls, top, ifconfig, etc) the connection just
hangs and stays there forever.
If i open another telnet session to the linux server it works until the
command prompt (asks for login, password) and when i type any command
and enter, the connection hangs..
this...[ace-users] ACE VERSION: 5.6.8 HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM: Linux Debian on x86 COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): g++-4.1.2 THE $ACE_ROOT/ace/config.h: config-linux.h THE $ACE_ROOT/inc
This is a multipart message in MIME format.
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
ACE VERSION: 5.6.8
HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM:
Linux Debian on x86
COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL):=20
THE $ACE=5FROOT/include/makeinclude/platform=5Fmacros.GNU FILE:
CONTENTS OF $ACE=5FROOT/bin/MakeProjectCreator/config/default.features
DOES THE PROBLEM AFFECT:
I've a client/server application, and sometime when a client is=20
disconnected i get a SIGPIPE signal,
this is the following stack trace.
Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
[Switching to Thread 182915886656 (LWP 4637)]
0x0000003f0e50b10f in =5F=5Fwrite=5Fnocancel () from /lib64/tls/libpthread.=
#0 0x0000003f0e50b10f in =5F=5Fwrite=5Fnocancel () from=20
#1 0x0000002a95a7d54d in ACE::send (handle=3D24, buf=3D0x2ad3b30010, n=3D8=
timeout=3DVariable "timeout" is not available.
) at ../../ace/OS=5FNS=5Funistd.inl:1163
#2 0x000000000043db02 in ACE=5FSOCK=5FIO::send (this=3D0x7352cd4,=20
buf=3D0x2ad3b30010, len=3D85, timeout=3D0x7fbfffe6f0)
#3 0x000000000043fb19 in Cfm::...Installing Linux from within Linux?
I've got a laptop that currently dual-boots Debian and Windows 2k. I'd
like to replace the Debian installation with Slackware (I'm more used to
Problem is, the laptop has no floppy drive, a questionable CDROM drive (it
reads commercial CDs fine, but hates anything created in a home burner),
and is too old to boot from the network or USB devices.
So, what I'd *like* to do is boot Debian and kick off a Slackware
installation (via NFS) from within that, which would then overwrite the
Debian install itself.
Can it actually be done? I'm suspecting not, as by the time Debian's
booted to a prompt where I can set anything off from, the OS is all up and
running and won't let something so horrible happen (unlike firing the
install off from MSDOS say, where DOS will let things stomp all over
memory if they want!)
(My other options are taking the hard disk out of the laptop and sticking
in another machine to do the install, or finding a floppy drive for the
laptop... I doubt the latter's going to be easy though)
Jules <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've got a laptop that currently dual-boots Debian and Windows 2k. I'd
> like to replace the Debian installation with Slackware (I'm more used to
> the latter).
> Problem is, the laptop has no floppy drive, a questionable CDROM drive (it
> reads commercial CDs fine, ...Linux Beginner, Which Linux to install?
I want to install linux, but i know nothing about it.
IS there any good website for beginner?
Which linux you guys recommended for beginner?
Also, what is the minimum system requirement ?
> IS there any good website for beginner?
> Which linux you guys recommended for beginner?
> Also, what is the minimum system requirement ?
if you have got a fast&cheap inet connection, why not try gentoo? it
sure is a bitch to install, but as soon as you get it up&running (give
it a week or two) its cool. gentoo compiles itself on your machine, but
forget the "optimized-system-gives-3%-performance-gain" aspect, i love
it because it works smooth and is easy to maintain. e.g., software
install or complete system update takes you exactly one command. each.
documentation is very good, step-by step, and there are also wiki's and
if gentoo is not your thing, you can always resort to suse (fool-proof
install; but updating means reinstall and gettings things like dvd play
to work is a real pain in the y'know) or knoppix (save your /home and
settings to a usb-stick; runs from live cd).
HTH, florian (gentoo-noob)
ah yeah, system requirement for a non-graphical linux is like *486 cpu
and stuff, so if your box is newer than three years, it should do fine.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
news:email@example.com...Oracle 8.1.7 on Linux Client Install
Is there a package for linux to install only Oracle Client Software like
If not can i install only this from the oracle 8.1.7 server bundle ?
Thanks in advance...
Jorge Pereira wrote:
> Is there a package for linux to install only Oracle Client Software like
> in Windows?
> If not can i install only this from the oracle 8.1.7 server bundle ?
> Thanks in advance...
> Jorge Pereira
Just go to technet.oracle.com and download the Oracle 8i package. This
contains the entire Database, server and all but...No more console installation on Linux with j2sdk 1.4.2?
I've just downloaded the most recent j2sdk
(j2sdk-1_4_2-nb-3_5_1-bin-linux.bin) and was a little surprised that it
seems to be only available with NetBeans (which I do not use) and that
the installation fails with the message: The installer is unable to run
in graphical mode. Try running the installer with the -console or
In the installation instructions, it's said that "-console" and
"-silent" are not actually supported (and indeed, it fails after the
first screen) and that one has to make it work with X. But I do not use
X on a server, so...Need assistance with Cisco VPN client and Linux FC4
I need someone with Linux and Cisco VPN expertise to help me work out
why the client can fails more often than not to reconnect to the same
host. Debug logs are not particularly helpful put would appear to
indicate that IKE can not send to the remote gateway.
Direct contact would be appreciated, please email me.
> I need someone with Linux and Cisco VPN expertise to help me work out
> why the client can fails more often than not to reconnect to the same
> host. Debug logs are not particularly helpful put would appear to
> indicate that IKE can n...VPN-1 CheckPoint Linux client -- no longer supported?
According to these release notes...
of July 7, 2003 CheckPoint's VPN client software only works with Red
Hat 7.2 and 7.3. The release notes specifically state Red Hat 8.0 and
later is not supported. Please reply to this post if you can either
confirm or deny this limitation is true. Is it true CheckPoint has
stopped upgrading their Linux VPN client? Is there an open source
On Jun 1, 12:33 am, RandyG271 <randyg...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> of July 7, 2003 CheckPoint's VPN client software only works with Red
> Hat 7.2 and 7.3. The release notes specifically state Red Hat 8.0 and
> later is not supported. Please reply to this post if you can either
> confirm or deny this limitation is true.
This is true.
You won't be able to find a vpn client from Check Point that runs on a
That's a pity indeed.
I've not tried an opensource IPSEC client against a Check Point
firewall but if it should work you'll probably run into problems when
you're behind a NAT device.
Am Fri, 01 Jun 2007 14:23:20 +0000 schrieb Robby Cauwerts:
> On Jun 1, 12:33 am, RandyG271 <randyg...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> of July 7, 2003 CheckPoint's VPN client software only works with Red
>> Hat 7.2 and 7.3. The release notes specifically state Red Hat 8.0 and
>> la...Installing Linux on a powerpc Mac: powermac powerbook G4 mandrake 9.1 vs. gentoo PPC 1.4 vs. yellow dog 3.0.1 (yellowdog)
Forget Mandrake 9.1 for powerpc:
The installer is seriously buggy. It wouldn't read the A key on my
G4 powerbook nor did it have support for my video card. It couldn't
even read the disk on my powermac G4. There are numerous bugs in the
software and problems with partitioning. Since it is what I had first,
I tried to install it a score of times before my list of workarounds
ended up in a dead end with no video card support on the powerbook.
Gentoo is a thing of beauty. Unfortunately, it doesn't understand the
most recent firmware on my G4 powermac and yaboot couldn't mount the
root partition. My kernel wouldn't read the keyboard on my powerbook.
Of course, it is possible that with some slightly different options,
that would not have happened, but the answer wasn't obvious at all.
With gentoo, everything is pretty much a matter of compiling from
source. It is like a simply designed kit for a biplane with beautifully
varnished wood and stainless steel cables all provided and all the
instructions you need to build the engine. But it wouldn't work on
either mac after carefully reading the documentation for every kernel
Yellow Dog Linux took Red Hat 9 from the hands of its exhausted
developers and made it even nicer. It installed perfectly, first time,
on both computers. After my problems with the other distributions of
Linux, I was glad I bought Yellow Dog's installation support, and I
received some useful pointers from one...[News] Linux Mint 2.2 KDE Edition Review; Foresight Linux 1.2 Released
Review: Linux Mint 2.2 Beta 020 "Bianca KDE Edition"
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| While it is always nice to have another Linux distribution, because
| choice is good, I didn't see any compelling reason to use Linux Mint
| over the Ubuntu which it is based off of. The look is slightly
| different, with some different configuration options here and there.
| I can't really say it offers anything special over Ubuntu, but you never
| know, there are no doubt future improvements that the Linux Mint team
| will make. Hopefully they fix the video driver issue so I can try it
| out on my deskto...