[SOLVED] Customize zimbra web client login screen in v8
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 19, 2013
Dear linux buddy's,
I am looking to customize zimbra web client screen in v8 like changing logo, customizing text etc., but i could not find how to do this, if it is possible to do can any one say how to do.
How to print from web client without seeing a print dialog box
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 14, 2011
I'm in the process of rewriting a kiosk application. It was originally written in C#.Net as a Windows app. We want make it web based so it can be available to people with laptops, iPhones, iPads, etc. in addition to the dedicated kiosks.
The problem is that printer output is necessary, and it seems that for security reasons, browsers do not allow direct printing. I need some help to at least understand the kinds of approaches that would work.
Here are my assumptions and requirements:
The server can be platform specific, and is capable of generating the information to be printed (HTML, JSON, XML, PDF, Whatever).
All client software must be cross-platform (Linux, Windows, Mac, PDA).
All client software must be cross-browser (OK to limit to HTML5).
Client software is preferred to be open-source.
It's ok to assume printing on a default printer.
Printing must be automatic, with no printer dialog allowed.
I've spent about 10 hours so far researching possible solutions. I have come up
Web client gui for Samba shares
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 4, 2013
Hi, hopefully I put this in the right place, if it's not, then please by all means, move it.
Am after a solution to get around my college's blocks on ports. Initially, I was under the impression that it was the main ports that were blocked, but I've not been able to connect to my VPN or anything, either.
I'm after something that will allow me to have a service very similar to Novell's NetStorage program, in as much that I am able to upload, download and use my files through port 80 in a web browser.
After a bit of googling, I have come across SMB2WWW and this, but I'm not too sure what I'm looking for specifically. Hopefully somebody has either had some experience with something like this or can point me in the right direction.
Is there a easy to use samba web client ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 22, 2010
can anyone point me to a web based admin tool for the admin of samba shares that a beginer to ubuntu could use easily ?
Thanks for your time,
Can no longer launch the Cisco VPN web client installer in Firefox
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 8, 2012
In 11.10 (64 bit), I could go to my company's Cisco VPN portal in Firefox, log in, then click the "Start AnyConnect" link and it would launch the Java applet to connect me to my company VPN. Now that I have upgraded to 12.04 (64 bit), all I get when I click "Start AnyConnect" is the following:
Cisco VPN Client Download
The installer was not able to start the Cisco VPN Client.
I have the latest version of OpenJDK and Oracle Java installed and have tried setting each one to my default Java installation using 'update-alternatives --config java' and also made sure I have icedtea installed and the Oracle Java plugin for 7.04 installed in Firefox, but neither successfully launches the AnyConnect installation applet. Any idea why? I really need to connect to this for work and I can't get it anymore. It's very frustrating and I never would have upgraded if I would have known it was going to cause an issue.
Any help I can get would be fantastic
[SOLVED] Transmission Web Client
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 26, 2009
I recently figured out that I could play around with my downloading of torrents on my Ubuntu box located at home from anywhere with an internet connection.
But I can't figure out HOW. I've set it up with all defaults on the Ubuntu box, IP 127.0.0.1 , and when I press "open" it shows me the page, loads fine, works fine, everything's good.
But I can't access it WITHOUT using that "open" button. Firefox simply gives me this:
Failed to Connect
Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 127.0.0.1.
"Though the site seems valid, the browser was unable to establish a connection.
* Could the site be temporarily unavailable? Try again later.
* Are you unable to browse other sites? Check the computer's network connection.
* Is your computer or network protected by a firewall or proxy? Incorrect settings can interfere with Web browsing."
I'm using port 9091, and it's open. But even when useing the exact same URL
Web Based SSH Client?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 30, 2005
So lets say hypothetically speaking that somebody is stuck behind a pretty tight firewall at work. This person has web access via a proxy server.
Now, are their any ssh applications that can reside on somebodys webserver and be accessed via the web? I'm expecting something in java since this seems like the best choice for an application like this.
The issue is that all the ssh connections must be done on the web server; not from the client machine.
Thanks in advance.
P.S. I noticed something called MindTerm. It requires xorg for some reason. Would this work?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 10, 2010
Hello all, im really not sure if this was the best catagory. because its not exactly related to 'Server Platforms' but it fits in that, due to its reliance on a web hosting package like Apache-2.
But im looking for a SSH client(preferably Java powered, PHP scripted and X export support)
I have a few small handheld devices, without removable or local storage for a local client. limited with no support for Terminal/CLI.
And a multi-purpose solution would be a Web-Client that could connect from any browser. this also would eliminate storage hassles on thin-clients localy for ssh-client lib's and binarys. to alleviate much needed KB.
any help is much appreciated.
LXer: Secure Shell : ssh client for Chrome | Login to Linux servers via Web Browser
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 6, 2013
Published at LXer:
Secure Shell is an xterm-compatible terminal emulator and stand-alone ssh client for Chrome. It uses Native-Client to connect directly to ssh servers without the need for external proxies.
Linux distro with just a web browser (like a thin client)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 3, 2007
I'm just curious. Is there a Linux Distro that doesn't load X, and just loads a web browser thats easy to install? Like, I just burn and ISO, and pop it in easy? Sort of like a Thin Client. Preferably one that has Flash and Java already? Or is this something that I would have to put together myself?
I got the idea because I have a couple of old systems, and I was thinking that I might be able to use them to listen to music, and possibly videos by using Jinzora, TVersity, ect.
I already know how to do something similar in XP, by replacing the default shell with a web browser. Should I just use Windows? hehehe (that should get the ball rolling)
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