Accessing MS-Access from Solaris and AIX
I am using Sun JdbcOdbcDriver to access MS-Access from Java client on
Windows platform. We are in the process of migrating from Win to
Solaris and AIX platform. MS-Access will continue to reside on Win
platform. How can I access MS-Access from Java client on Solaris and
AIX? Can I still use Sun JdbcOdbcDriver?. What drivers or files do I
need on Solaris and AIX platforms? If Sun JdbcOdbcDriver for MS-Access
is not possible on these platforms, please let me know alternatives.
(I can't change database product)
email@example.com (Vasanth) wrote:
>I am using ...iSeries Access for Linux on AIX? for HMC access
My HMC is shared between pSeries and iSeries. The HMC is only accessible
through a AIX machine.
The SvP, HMC and AIX machine are on a secured VLAN, not accessible directly
from my PC, and the HMC is at great distance.
With WebSM, the AIX partitions can create a vt100 terminal, but the (remote)
5250 terminal is not working through WebSM.
I need to TN5250 from the AIX server to the HMC (Q#HMC), so I want to
install the Linux ppc version of iSeries Access on AIX5.2 on power4 .
Anyone with experience?
...AIX developer access or hardware to run AIX (Europe)
Is there, just like for Linux on Power an organization that allows you
to access an AIX machine as a software developer? I will mainly use it
for porting software to AIX, but also for learning about the
differences between Linux and AIX.
Alternatively I would consider buying a machine (new or second hand),
but I don't really know what the mininum requirements are for a
machine capable of running Linux and AIX 6.1. But I have problems
finding a site that sells these machines to European customers (more
particulary Belgium customers). Does anybody know a site that sells to
European cus...Putty for SSH access
I can log into my linux pc with the username (root) / password
combination. When I try to use Putty to do the same thing, and when
prompted for username and password, access is denied. Any ideas why?
On Wed, 2010-07-14 at 08:36 -0700, jny0 wrote:
> I can log into my linux pc with the username (root) / password
> combination. When I try to use Putty to do the same thing, and when
> prompted for username and password, access is denied. Any ideas why?
More detail please. I have no problem doing this... if ssh is
configured to allow tun...Putty + AIX + X11 forwarding
I have Xmanager running on my PC as the X-Server and Putty as my ssh
client for my AIX server. I have "enable X11 forwarding" under "SSH"
-> "Tunnels" and has the "X display location" as "localhost:0". I even
tried to set the value same as the IP of my local PC.
When I connect to the AIX machine using putty, I don't see the DISPLAY
I could set the DISPLAY to my pc's ip address on the ssh session on
AIX by "export DISPLAY=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0" then I am able to run X-
programs. If I set the DISPLAY on...Linux + AIX Console Access
I have a Rs/6000 (G40), and I have no graphic card in it, however I
have a free serial port. I would like to use my Linux box as the
console for it (using minicom). I have a NULL modem cable, but I am not
sure what I need to do on my Linux side. Anyone do this before?
> Hi All,
> I have a Rs/6000 (G40), and I have no graphic card in it, however I
> have a free serial port. I would like to use my Linux box as the
> console for it (using minicom). I have a NULL modem cable, but I am not
> sure what I need to do on my Linux side. Anyone do this befo...How to access Maple using Putty
I am trying to remotely acess my files which contain Maple programmes
and figures. I am able to acess my account,but at the moment I cam
getting the Maple command--ie. I can write new programmes,but I can't
acess files that I've already written,and I can't acess the figures
drawn by Maple.I have been told to copy the files on the command
line--what does this mean? Which command line? And I was told that
"pscp" requires syntax. What?? I'm a beginner,so can someone please
help? Thank you
"Dunkin Donuts" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>I am tryi...How does AIX handle unaligned access?
How does AIX handle unaligned access? Why isn't sigbus seen on AIX?
For e.g. the below piece of code would pass through fine on AIX.. but on
HP it dumps with a SIGBUS
char *cp, *cp2;
int i=99, j=88, k;
cp = (char *)&i;
cp2 = &arr;
for (k=0; k<4; k++)
cp2[k] = * (cp+k);
ip = (int *)&arr;
j = *ip;
In article <h2eFg.email@example.com>, Mukundan Narayanan <firstname.lastname@example.org...Using Return Codes (PuTTY and AIX)
We need to call an AIX script (scriptA calls programB) from a Windows
machine (batch job) using PuTTY (PLINK). ScriptA is a generic
script that passes some parameters to programB. We cannot run
programB directly (policy) on the AIX machine.
We've gotten a Windows batch job to log in with PLINK and start
scriptA, which runs programB. This works OK, but if there is a
problem we don't have any visibility into it. The most we have been
able to do is get a return of 0 that means scriptA was run.
We really need to know on the Windows machine if either scriptA or
programB on the...