I am accessing a LINUX cluster machine via the internet from my PC. My PC is using Windows XP. To access the cluster I use VPN Client and PuTTY. I can access the cluster from my PC without any problems as long as only the command line and no graphical interface are involved. To allow for graphical interface I installed Xming and I enable X11 forwarding for PuTTY. However, the graphical interface/output of the program I am using (GrADS) does not appear. Instead I get the error message ?Segmentation fault?.Does anyone know what what I need to do in order to see graphical interface/output via PUTTY
I'm trying to figure out how to start/stop gqview remotely from a batch script on a windows machine. Stopping works with killall but starting gives me a Code: Gtk-Warning **: cannot open display warning. Is this because it tries to open a GUI in the terminal and if so how to solve this?
I am trying to get two way serial communications going between a Windows XP system and a Linux system (RHEL 5).I have /sbin/agetty -L 9600 ttyS0
in /etc/inittab. I am using a generic USB to serial adaptor on Windows (Unitek) and a null modem cable. I have putty configured for 9600 baud, 8 bits, no parity, one stop bit, no flow control.I get the login prompt from agetty in the putty window but input does not work; I see weird characters in the putty screen. I can echo output into the device from windows and see it, but
cat < /dev/ttyS0. just prints out weird characters from what I type.
I am trying to setup a putty session to putty from one Ubuntu machine to another. I know how to setup to connect to the machine from Windows and I am using the same settings for the one I am trying on the Ubuntu machine but it fails to connect. It fails immediately so I believe that putty is not able to find ssh. Is there some configuring that I need to do.
I'm trying to do a ssh connection (using Quest Putty) from Windows to Linux. As linux are joined to Active Directory, is possible to do a SSO (using kerberos). If I connect from linux to linux using ssh, it works fine. If I connect form Windows (Win7) to Linux using Quest Putty or Centrify Putty, an error is displayed:
Code: C:Program FilesCentrifyCentrify PuTTY>Plink.exe -A -K -v serverl001.jed Looking up host "serverl001.buss.red" Connecting to 10.16.44.234 port 22 Server version: SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.4 We claim version: SSH-2.0-PuTTY_Release_0.60_(Centrify_GSS_1.4)
I am new to linux and I purchased a Linux Dedicated server, however my experience for Linux is 0 and my pc's at home are Windows 7. I am trying to install TightVNC server on my linux dedicated server but I can currently only access it through Putty as far as I know.
Is there a way to install TightVNC through Putty from my Windows 7 computer? Because I have no clue how else to put TightVNC on my dedicated server.
I have x11 forwarding enabled in /etc/ssh/sshd_config on a suse 11.2 32 bit box running kde I can open x apps on a windows machine using xming and putty just fine, but when I boot the same machine into suse 11.2 64 bit using kde and try using konsole I get: cannot connect to x server
The command I'm using to log in is: ssh -X -l username host I doubt the problem is with the server I'm logging into or it wouldn't work in windows, not really sure what to look for as I've never had a problem using x11 forwarding from a linux client before only windows ones
I want to use Putty to login to my linux system , I use Reflection before , it works fine to download file , but it can not download file by using the same method , can advise what protocol that Putty that support ?
I have a problem in connecting a new Linux box using putty.I have recently set up a new virtual machine using oracle virtual box , and in the virtual box i installed Cent OS 4.8 . I gave NAT connection.When i try to connect the Linux box using putty , i get Network connection Timed out message . When i try to ping from the host OS i get request timed out.
I am using windows 7 OS. I want to make client server setup & trying to connect putty with Vmware from windows 7. I had installed redhat linux 5in Vmware & set the ipaddress as well but I am not able to connect vmware through this ip address.Do I need to set some configuration in ssh as well?
I can't figure out why I keep getting kicked out of the ssh session almost immediately after login to an ubuntu 9.10 server (32bit).See the screenshot. I just installed this server and didn't make any ssh config options. I thought it would work right away.When I ping that server I get sporadic responses where some packets are lost. It's an old Dell poweredge 1400.where should I start troubleshooting? Authentication? Hardware?
I recently purchased a dedicated server and have been having trouble with putty. I have been using the server to try and host the game called minecraft. Hosting the server is not a problem however. What is the problem is being able to exit putty without stopping the server. I looked this up, and it sayed to create a screen. I did that after installing screen. I then created a screen, ran the server, then tried to disconnect using the ctr-a-d.However only two things happen when i push the buttons. The majority of the time the window just closes, along with my server stopping. The other thing that happens is putty just stops. I cant type in anything, but I am still notified when I try to close putty.
I've down loaded mysql database file and now I'm looking at adding it into a new dedicated server. Should I upload that sql file to the root folder I created for the domain and insert it with shh like that? If not where should I upload this mysql file to insert it to the new database. It's rather large so I have to use SHH Fir example if this is the code,
mysql -uUSERNAME -pPASSWORD DATABASENAME < MYDATABASE.sql where is that actual location of MYDATABASE.sql
I am no longer working on the Linux-machine directly, but I'm using Windows puTTY to get a terminal-session. Within that puTTY window I want to switch (or maybe create first) several sessions between which I can switch arbitrarily. I have read about using Ctrl-Alt-Fn, which doesn't work, most likely due to the puTTY interface. I have tried chvt n, which doesn't do anything either (or that it seems). I have tried "bash &" and got bash in the background, which I could call forth using fg, but then had to stay with that and couldn't switch anywhere. Only option was "exit". So, what's the correct way to get several sessions in that puTTY window and switch between them?
I've been allowed to work on the server of a forum. I was given the username and password, and with them logged in successfully on the server using PuTTY, but now I'm not sure what command I use to do anything to the users on the forum For example how would I change someone's username or password, etc.
I am trying to use the free program Putty for emulation , I use Reflection before , Reflection use unixlink as protocol to download , but this protocol is not in Putty I tried sz is also not work , if I want to download files via Putty , what protocal that I can use ?
I had Ubuntu guest installed on VMWare. The Host OS is Windows 7. But now I want to migrate it to Virtual Box. I migrated it, but it does not allow PUTTY to connect it. It says "connection refused". On VMWare on same host and same guest, PUTTY connection is successful. But it does not allow on Virtual Box. It says connection refused. Both on VMWare and Virtual Box, the guest Ubuntu is configured using NAT networking.
I have a server program in ubuntu which i run using putty remotely. My problem is that when i closes my putty window, my server automatically closes and stop working. I want that once i start my server it remains on when i closed my putty window.
I use putty to ssh to linux box. By default I get black screen background with white foreground. To change colours, I go to change settings -> Window/colours and then I set background colours as white and foreground colours as black. This is more easy on my eyes. But I can't seem to be able to set this colour setting as default and each time I login, I have to set colours. Could someone please suggest a solution?
I have installed VMWare on XP(host) and installed Ubuntu 10.10 Guest on VMWare. I need to simulate remote server on my Ubuntu Guest and connect from XP to Ubuntu guest using WinScp or PUTTY. How do I do it? On my VMWare right now I have networking set as NAT.
Another question though...i have a fedora 12 server set up and i have created 3 sudo users. I have created 3 putty keys (public and private) using putty key gen and basedn my research i was told to put the public keys in /home/"user"/.ssh/authorized_keys .I did that but when i tried to log on using the key...the server is saying "server refused key" could anyone assist in this issue
How can we put ssh/putty session running even after in standby or disconnected mode.The idea is to have run a long running job from my notebook, which may take 6-8 hours, and if i come next day, there should be interrupt with it.
I am out of ideas of how to run videos at a remote machine that has a display. I have a debian system with gnome installed and everything is set up but I just don't now how to start the video over anything. I have tried simply to start #vlc video file - but this way it thinks that I want to run it in my bash over at a nother computer. I tried installing vnc but this just ports a new desktop and masically is a terminal which does not give me any control over the display.
As far as I can tell from browsing around, I should be getting 256 colors in my Emacs, but I'm not. I'm running CentOS 5.4 on an ec2 instance. I'm running Putty 0.60 on Windows 7. Putty is set to send xterm-256color for its terminal string. Putty is set to allow 256 colors. On CentOS, my $TERM is set to xterm-256color.
tput colors shows 256. I recompiled Emacs to 23.2, making sure to install libtermcap-devel beforehand, because someone claimed they needed that. But still, when I M-x list-colors-display in Emacs, it only shows 8 colors.
I am using putty to interact with Linux server. I have started a process using putty. The process is running and will take 5-6 hours. I want that process to keep running after I close the putty session. How can I keep that process alive after closing the putty session? I do not want to keep the computer ON all the time. Is there any way to do this?.
All my statements are prefixed with an * ----before my text.*re's the story so far.....I've got a third party software that I'd like to upload to my dreamhost account. It prevents people stealing your download links, and it demands an IonCube loaderfor it to work.*---I'm new to all this and I don't understand when to write what commands in Shell tget an IonCube loader in my dreamhost account.
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I have X Window running on one of RHEL Machine 192.168.2.2.I have logined through putty from remote Windows Machine 192.168.2.5. Now What I need to open the xterm (if I run the command through putty it should open xterm in the linux Machine).