App to access Microsoft SQL database on Linux?
location: linux.com - date: February 17, 2010
Does anyone know if a native client app for Linux for connecting to an MSSQL database server and viewing it like Enterprise Manager does, or even the awful Management Studio Express? Failing that, are there any free Windows apps that can do this which will work under Wine?
This is for work, so I'm not using MSSQL through choice, but at the moment I'm dependent on Windows for accessing such systems. Everything else I can do in Linux (or Ubuntu to be specific).
i Series access for Linux IBM 5250 natty
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 29, 2011
My installation of IBM5250 was successful in Natty but i am unable to start the emulator.
below is the error i am getting.
5250: [ INFORMATIONAL ]: Build Date: March 2008 (1.6).
5250: [ DEBUG ]: RegistryInfo::WhichKeyboard(): Could not open file /etc/X11/XF86Config or /etc/X11/xorg.conf.
5250: [ ERROR ]:
***** There are no fixed or scalable fonts unavailable *****
***** Session not starting. Please verify that the 75 and 100 DPI *****
***** fixed fonts are installed.. *****
***** The xlsfonts -fn "*-*-medium-r-normal--*-*-*-*-m-*" command *****
***** will list the available fonts. *****
Any body Please help me with this
I installed all the dependencies like (libmotif3,libstdc++5,Ms fonts,)
IBM's iSeries Access for Linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 16, 2008
Does anybody have any experience with:
Linux requirements for running iSeries Access for Linux
OpenMotif 2.0 or later for the 5250 emulator
unixODBC driver manager version 2.0.11 or later must be installed on the client. Go to the unixODBC Project web site for more information on the driver manager and to download the latest level of the driver manager.
Recommended iSeries LPAR (Power PC) Linux Distributions:
Suse Linux Enterprise Server 8 and later
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and later
Note: if you recompile the unixODBC driver manager, the ./configure --prefix default is /usr/local. If you use this default, you may need to update your shared library (/etc/ld.so.conf) and executable paths to include it.
I am new to Ubuntu and am enjoying it very much. For work, I need to access our AS400 though IBM's iSeries Access.
Does anybody know if this program will run under Ubuntu?
SSL VPN access meant for mac users...how can i get in with linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 5, 2010
so the IT people won't even talk to me, since I'm using linux. I need to access citrix apps from home. They've set it up for mac users to get in; apparently it uses some SSL VPN program to tunnel in. Here's what the website says:
access ssh from mac to linux, will it be frozen if timeout
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 25, 2009
I connect the mac terminal to linux ssh. After I stay online for a while and the terminal will be frozen. Is that my mac problem or my server problem?
Linux user does not have ssh access
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2008
I'm running a Hardy server. I created myself as the sudo user during installation and added another user to the system.
This user is denied when logging in via ssh even though he is using the correct username / password combination.
Which group should I put him in to give him ssh login rights?
The system is pretty plain ubuntu server, didn't make many configuration changes. Only thing I can think of messing up his login rights is that he is using a samba share I set up.
Thanks for your help.
access linux with connected mac using terminal through ssh
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 17, 2007
I have a Linux (openSuse 10.2) that is connected directly to a Mac with an Ethernet cable. The mac is sharing internet access with the Linux through the Ethernet.
Using the Mac's terminal window, how do I log into my linux via SSH? Do I need to do anything on my Linux terminal? Just this last weekend, a cowerker was able to do this using his Mac and my Linux, connected the same way. I don't remember how he did it. Any clues? Thanks much in advance.
[SOLVED] VirtualBox NAT to access Linux server as guest
- date: September 19, 2011
I asked this question in networking, but it seems more appropriate in this forum.
I have a Linux server with static IP address, and I want to SSH/SMB to it.
In qemu it is easy with "-net user,net=192.168.136.0/24 -redir tcp:22:192.168.136.222:22 -redir tcp:445:192.168.136.222:445"
VirtualBox Host-only adapter also works after setting static IP address to it in the same network. Both SSH and SMB work fine in Windows7 host, but then it may conflict with my network, so I prefer using NAT instead and connect to localhost.
In Windows7 host if I do "VBoxManage.exe modifyvm "my server" --natpf1 "guestssh,tcp,127.0.0.1,2222,192.168.136.222,22", or equivalently use the dialog, then in Cygwin "ssh -v -p 2222 [email protected]
" connects to the port but here is what I get:
Access RedHat Linux Enterprise server using 3G dongle
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 20, 2011
We have machine that have RedHat Enterprise Server 5.6 and I need to access this machine remotely, does any one know how can I configure 3G dongole on this machine and start installs team Viewer for example, please note that the main issue is that this machine is Text based not GUI......
Appreciaed your feedback....
apple keyboard with ssh to linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 30, 2004
does anyone know a solution to my problem?
i have apple wireless keyboard on my mac. when i ssh via terminal to my debian box (utf-8), some keys donīt work as expected. this is most annoying on some clc-programs where backspace, del and arrows only give weird combinations of characters instead doing their job.
same programs work fine from putty&windows if i enable utf-8.
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