OpenSUSE Network :: File Transfer Suse To Windows?
Jan 30, 2010
I am currently running Windows Xp with service pack 3 and OpenSuse 11.0 (i586) on the same machine on separate hard drives. here are the specs on the machine. (Note: it is only a single core machine. I have no idea why both Suse and Windows say it is dual core as the processor was bought and installed months before dual cores went on the market.)
OS: Linux 220.127.116.11-0.5-default i686
Current user: telknor@linux-l3e2
System: openSUSE 11.0 (i586)
KDE: 4.0.4 (KDE 4.0.4 >= 20080505) "release 15.4"
Now on to my problem. About a year ago I had to wipe my Windows drive and backed up about 32 GB of stuff from it to my OpenSuse drive. I did this from the Suse OS using Dolphin. In fact I can see, open, change, delete, modify layout, and move stuff around on the Windows drive all day long from Suse. I can as I said pull stuff over to the Suse drive from Windows drive while in Suse and save to Suse drive. Now I have need of the stuff that was moved but Windows does not see the Suse drive for what it is. Just says 'unknown partion type' gives size in GB and ignores it otherwise. From Suse if I try to move stuff back to the Windows drive it starts to transfer then stops and tells me it does not have permission to access the destination drive, folder, or location depending on how I tried to save it to the Windows drive. Adding new hard drives to the system does not help and the external 1 TB drive we have Suse can see it but will not do anything with it. The thumb drives on the other hand Suse does not have a problem with. It will open, read, and write to them all day long. Suse will not access the network to dump files to the network file server and it does not see any other systems on the network not even the ones running the same OS. I want to do the following:
1. Move the Windows files from the Suse drive to the Windows drive in same machine or to the network file server (also a windows machine)
2. Move all the Suse files to another machine running same Suse OS.
3. Wipe the Suse drive in this Machine so that Windows can use it.
i am trying to transfer a file from my live linux machine to remote linux machine it is a mail server and single .tar.gz file include all data. but during transfer it stop working. how can i work and trouble shooot the matter. is there any better way then this to transfer huge 14 gb file over network,vpn,wan transfer. the speed is 1mbps,rest of the file it copy it.
[root@sa1 logs_os_backup]# less remote.log Wed Mar 10 09:12:01 AST 2010 building file list ... done bkup_1.tar.gz deflate on token returned 0 (87164 bytes left) rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at token.c(274) building file list ... done code....
- Intel P4 3.2GHz - Gigabyte G32M-S2L - 3GB RAM DDR2 - 3 x 1TB RAID5 (MDADM) - 1 x 1TB OS Drive
New Linux user here. I'm running 11.3 x64 gnome (runlevel3) on my headless home file server. I've mounted my RAID array onto /shared and have setup samba (through Yast) for file sharing. However I am having an issue when I transfer multiple small files over the network (i.e music) it will crash the box. I am unable to reach it through ping or SSH. It is also physically unresponsive where by connecting a keyboard or mouse to the system will not work.
Looking through /var/log/messages does not indicate any sort of issue. I've tried turning off unnecessary programs (rTorrent etc) to make sure it isn't overloading the connections however the box still crashes. Although transferring files locally from HDD to HDD does not crash the server.
When accessing an NFS mount for a large (200MB+) file transfer, the transfer starts rapidly, then becomes slower and slower until it hangs. On several occasions, it has frozen the client machine. Both client and server are set to default to nfs version 3. Slowdown and hang also occur when connecting to FreeBSD NFS mounts.
Presumably (I hope), there is some sort of configuration for the client that needs to be set. what should be changed in the configuration? This worked out of the box in OpenSUSE 11.0.
I just installed suse on this computer, and am wanting to allow other computers to store files on it as a file server. I was reading the online manual and in the personal file preferences, it shows an option to enable 'share public files over network'. The problem is I don't see that option when I open up file preferences. All I see is an option to allow sharing using bluetooth, nothing about sharing over the network. When I look in the network I can see the computer running suse, but when I try to connect to it, it says 'unable to mount drive: connection refused by server.'
I have been reading up around the internet that although it is possible to use MSTSC.exe under Windows XP to connect back to a Suse machine running XRDP (I believe).I had been working fine with Suse 11.0 until today. I had not made any changes to my local network but now whenever I try to connect in, I am told that I can not start the session as the sesman logon fails!
I tail'ed /var/log/messages but there is nothing written to that log when I try (interestingly enough, I do get the logon prompt that requests username, password and session type - I usually select KDE3 but have tried all options - and get the error after clicking OK).
My questions:- 1. Is XRDP under 11.1 any better (more stable as when it worked, I use to get kicked out a lot under 11.0) 2. What log file should I be trying to tail so I can see what is happening?
I must use Linux as the back end, I don't want to use a hacked copy of XP anymore and don't want to pay �� for a real version when Linux is free and should by now be able to grant me access to my network from a remote location!VNC is not an option as I will be wanting to log on more than one user at the same time.
At home I am using a Windows Server 2003 as Domain controller with Active Directory. My "client" computers are all currently running Windows XP. They all require CONTROL-ALT-DELETE and the user to enter their credentials before they will allow logon. Shared files reside on various other Server 2003 machines and have restrictions on so only specific users can access certain resources.
For example, I have the family finances and other important documents in a share named 'Private-Files', only members of the 'PrivateFiles' global group have access. Likewise, I have my movies sorted into their appropriate age categories - after all, I don't want my 5 year old son accidentally watching Aliens! So this all works but as you can imagine, the copies of Windows XP and Server 2003 are far from legitimate. I want to go legal and the only real way I can afford to do this is to switch over to Linux.
I have used Suse, Ubuntu, Fedora and a few other distros in the past and found that for ease of use, I want to use Ubuntu on the desktop computers but power the servers with Open Suse. The problem is, although I can install the OSes, I have no idea where to proceed from there - for example, how do I create a Domain in Suse? Where and how do I create domain users and groups? How do I set permissions on shares for the domain users?
I have installed opensuse 11.2 without graphical interface. Configured whole server with ftp and hosting. This suses-server is in LAN with my home computer and without keyboard, monitor and mouse. What to use to connect from my Windows platform to terminal of suse so I don't need extra hardware?
I want to share files between my desktop box and my laptop either by my mains-LAN or by ethernet cable and cannot find anything on the forum to point me in the right direction. There is plenty of information to help with the installation of Apache/LAMP and the like. But is this what I need? Will I need to create logon IDs to the desktop to share files (and even the printer?).
I was wondering if there is any way to enable an MS Windows client that is otherwise unable of joining a domain to join a domain controlled by (open)SUSE? Is that inability only for joining a Windows based domain but a client that runs XP Home Edition or similar domain- incapable version of Windows could join a domain if it was controlled by Linux?Pardon my newbie style, but answer doesn't have to be detailed step-by-step, just yes/no answer with some pointers would do. I am not new to linux but new to network services... search engines weren't friendly when asked this question at the search bar...
I have to transfer a file from Linux box to a system either a windows or Linux(most probably windows). how to do that remember as a user i have limited access on the Linux box. So no SAMBA and no NFS. I can ping successfully that machine from my Linux box.
Is there any way to know what type of operating system machine have if i have only IP address and the machine is anywhere else in the world.
Ok, the only thing I remember doing is changing out my hard drive because it went bad. I swapped in a new one and reformatted with Windows 7. (I can hear the boos and hisses as I type) Anyway, now file transfers are exceedingly slow. They are ~10KB/s when they should be ~40MB/s. The odd thing is that it mostly occurs on large files, but not all large files and sometimes smaller files are affected. Copying files from one hard disc to another on the server, as well as copying from the server to Win7. Local files are not affected. The problem does not occur on my laptop which has Slackware Linux on it.
Another thing about the problem is that when I mount a disc image on a virtual drive, access time is very slow and windows explorer is very unresponsive and often locks up completely.
I have a samba server with Slackware Linux on it and a Windows 7 client. DHCP is configured through dnsmasq. (dhpc-host=<mac address>,<computer name>) Every now and again, dnsmasq seems to conk out when I try to access the network with my Win7 machine. I then have to reboot the server, as my only access to it is via SSH and I don't have a video card in it. After the server reboots everything is fine until accessing the network with my Win7 machine conks it out again.
I've tried different MTU settings, different network cards on the Win7 machine(Dlink and realtek), various regedit hacks, but none of them produce any results.
When I try to transfer a large file lets say 700Mb or so my wireless shuts down and i have to restart my ubuntu computer the other computer is vista.ubuntu is on a wusb54gver4 and vista is going through a wrt54g tm running dd-wrt mega.I
Possible Duplicate: Basic ssh tunneling through generic linux ssh server/client. I'm have trouble transfering files again from my work PC, which is a linux machine to my home windows PC.My work has changed it so I now need to SSH twice before I can access my PC.So I need to:
ssh email@example.com password: xxxxx I then need to do it again. ssh computer_name password: xxxxx
I've tried accessing directly via my computers IP but to of no avail. Is there a way I can use pscp or file zilla to ssh twice so I can transfer files?
It's a pity that Wi-Fi is used only for network and internet connection. There's no information on a thing that can seem so simple - file transfer via Wi-Fi.I can imagine it similarly to how Bluetooth does it (or Wi-Fi spot search which is already implemented), but no, it requires complicated LAN setup.What I want is an easy cross-platform solution to transfer files via Wi-Fi.
I have some settings within hosts file of my Windows Vista. It helps me to bypass some limitation and get online better. I would like to migrate some settings to openSUSE 11.4.Is there anyone who knows how can I tune my openSUSE?FYI, setting of hosts file is lines of <IP Address> <Spaces OR Tabs> <URL OR Alias>
I've fixed almost everything except this problem. My network card worked fine on Windows but since I switched from Windows, file transfer over the network using my network card is horribly slow, 30kbps max on 100mbps wired connection. I know my network card is working fine, and I'm trying to copy files between my Ubuntu PC and windows PC, I've set up Samba as recommended by these forums, I can transfer files when using wireless connection, but I still can't transfer files at a speed faster than 30kbps on a wired connection.And the funny part is, it's fast when copying files from Ubuntu to Windows but it's slow the other way. And I've tried this with more than 4 different Windows computers.lspci returns this for the network controllerCode:Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS] 191 Gigabit Ethernet AdapterIs there any way of updating drivers or something that I can do to fix this problem
it has Adobe Illustrator, I would like to get a file or three across to it. How? The only Mac bit that seems to know what a network card is is something called 'airport'. DHCP is all around it. "Network" means 56k modem, which can't connect to anything. If I show it a usb disk, it wants drivers, which apple hardly have up still for os 9.0.4.
I have an install of OpenSUSE (11.4) and I'm running vsftp. We have several companies already running scripts on their end to pull all the files out of a mounted Windows share, then delete the contents of that folder. What I'm needing to do is after the files are dropped on a mounted Windows share, I need to somehow connect to an FTP server at another location, send all the files from that Windows share, and delete all the contents from that share. And on top of that, I would like to have this happen everytime a file is placed in the folder or at regular 2 hour intervals or something like that. Can someone point me in the right direction to learn how to do this. I'm fairly familiar with OpenSUSE but this is beyond my knowledge, for now.
i am using intel hardware on this working on suse linux 10.2 . i am not able to configure the network card IP address I have tryed using dhcp and static both way. Currently intel DG41RQ network card is assembled in my system. by using command ifconfig i can see only lo but eth0 is not displayed their.
I mistakenly delete my default panel. How to add the network notifier? Tried to look for the widget but nothing? i need to choose my network connections. And when i look at the Network manager my wireless if black ? It means it didn't detected my wireless?
since i put suse 11.4 (kde 4) on my new laptop there has been something really bugging me. Now, when i transfer files (e.g. from computer to USB HDD) no window pops up, it just runs in the background and uses the notification manager thingy instead. i much preferred having a small pop-up window instead. any ideas on how to get it back like this?
I have connected two opensuse-11.3 with a UBS 2.0 Link cable (host-to-host). According to several USB direct file transfer tutorials ifconfig should show me a usb0 device, however I do not see one. How can I establish a file transfer between two linux via USB?