I've one problem with the installation of GNS3. I've downloaded all the necessary package, i've all the dipendency satisfied and Qt4 is installed on my system, but when i try to start gns3 I receive: par@Paranor GNS3-0.6.1-src]$ ./gns3 Can't import Qt modules, PyQt is probably not installed ...error: " If I'll try to use setup.py:
[par@Paranor GNS3-0.6.1-src]$ ./setup.py ./setup.py: line 1: Setup script for the GNS3 packages.: command not found import: unable to open image `sys': Permission denied. ./setup.py: line 4: syntax error near unexpected token `'./src'' ./setup.py: line 4: `sys.path.append('./src')'
I've the same results if i give the command with sudo;. Consider that i'm working on Kernel 2.6.18-128.1.16.el5 on a notebook with AMD 64 cpu.
Tried one-click install of GNS3 0.7.1 on OpenSuse 11.3. Could not get to work. Seems dynamips and qemu components are missing. Tried installing qemuwrapper.py from source but still no go. Installing dynamips from source did work.
One of biggest reason I need to use windows is because my company uses Juniper SSL VPN to remote desktop into our company's computer. Our company doesn't allow any native linux/windows app client, only the web SSL VPN is enabled.
Looks like this Juniper SSL VPN only works on windows computers. It makes the windows remote desktop client connect over the SSL web VPN from browser. Of course, linux/SUSE doesn't have the windows desktop client. Is there any way to get RDP work through the given SSL VPN? Otherwise, I guess I need go back install windows and starting using it again.
I can connect to unsecure routers, but not to any secure routers. NetworkManager doesn't seem to work and neither does anything else I try. I have tried with WPA supplicant but to be honest I have not a clue what to do. I have an Atheros ar5009 card and I'm currently using the ath9k module. Lan works just fine. But my wireless doesn't.
wlan0 IEEE 802.11abgn ESSID:"" Mode:Managed Frequency:2.462 GHz Access Point: Not-Associated Bit Rate:1 Mb/s Tx-Power=23 dBm Retry min limit:7 RTS thrff Fragment thr=2352 B Encryption keyff Power Managementff Link Quality=92/100 Signal level:-36 dBm Noise level=-95 dBm Rx invalid nwid:0 Rx invalid crypt:0 Rx invalid frag:0 Tx excessive retries:0 Invalid misc:0 Missed beacon:0
I have updated everything it seems like, but nothing I do seems to work. I have been at this for almost 3 weeks already hoping for a break and so far nothing.
I recently isntalled opensuse 11.3 and I was trying to get the juniper ssl vpn working. It connects and everything goes fine until it prompts me for the root password. Once I do that, it errors out saying: "Modprobe for tun module failed" or something of that nature.
Is there a tutorial for how to set up a wifi connection for complete newbies to openSUSE? My laptop sees other routers, but won't let me connect to mine. I set WEP, HEX, type in the key, and then nothing happens. On the list it says this is unsecured, even though I have selected WEP.
I have a brand new Acer netbook happily running UNBR, but I'd be just a little bit happier if I could get it to connect to my corporate VPN. I've done a bit of googling and reading both here and at the Juniper forums site, and it sure *looks* like folks have had some success with this. That's encouraging! What's vexing me right now, though, is that I appear to be having a problem unique to me.
My Java is, I think, right: Code: chet@tiny:~$ java -version java version "1.6.0_20" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_20-b02) Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 16.3-b01, mixed mode, sharing)
Also, when I do the "do I have Java?" test at the Java site, it reports my browser and Java are all up to date and happy. However, when I log into my SA2500's portal and start Network Connect, I get this Java error:
Code: java.lang.ClassFormatError: Incompatible magic value 171731060 in class file SecureNCLauncher at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method) at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClassCond(ClassLoader.java:632) at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass(ClassLoader.java:616) at java.security.SecureClassLoader.defineClass(SecureClassLoader.java:141) at sun.plugin2.applet.Applet2ClassLoader.findClass(Applet2ClassLoader.java:208) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:307) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:248) at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2ClassLoader.loadCode(Plugin2ClassLoader.java:520) at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2Manager.createApplet(Plugin2Manager.java:2940) at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2Manager$AppletExecutionRunnable.run(Plugin2Manager.java:1444) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619) Exception: java.lang.ClassFormatError: Incompatible magic value 171731060 in class file SecureNCLauncher
I have downloaded the packages from Slackbulids and installed also the required packages from slacky.eu but still it says that probably pyqt is not installed. I have installet latest Sip and latest pyqt ver 4.
I don't mean to advertise, but I've searched and searched and couldn't find instructions on using the Juniper SSL VPN Client on 64bit Linux. I got it working on my Fedora x86_64 machine and wrote a blog post on how to. So, if anyone is interested, here is a link: [URL].
I was running ubuntu 10.04 for quite a while and one of our clients uses the Juniper SSL VPN connections in order to connect to them. This was working perfectly. However, this week I made a backup of my system, wiped my drive and installed Ubuntu 11.04 with which I am very happy except for the fact that the connection to this client now does not work. Every time I try to connect to the client using the ssl connection it simply says "connection time out".
I thought that it might be a setting on my machine due to the backup restores, so I did a fresh 11.04 installation on a different machine and directly after base installation tried it again, yet the same thing happened. I also thought it might be specific to firefox so I tried 2 other browsers with no luck. This does work with my credentials on my windows VM and on my ubuntu 10.04 vm though. How I get this connection working properly.
Using the instructions provided here, I've been able to use my Linux desktop to VPN into my workplace when running 32-bit Maverick. I've yet to accomplish the same using 64-bit Maverick, which has forced me to install the 32-bit version on my 64-bit Gateway NV55C. Has anyone been able to use Juniper Network Connect on a 64-bit Linux operating system?
I have just installed Squid proxy. i also use WPAD to deploy policies for all client. Both works well together. Now i want to configure firewall Juniper SSG140 will be deny all request from client to access internet and redirect to Squid. I mean deny HTTP & HTTPS except Squid (port 3128), even i want to all access to internet have to through Squid proxy. I don't expert about the firewall Juniper. May i know step by step configure it.
I have been searching the forums for quite a while, to add extra Loopback adapter in Centos 5.1, but no success! Could you please suggest me the steps? in Windows, it is quite easy to add as many adapters as you want. wondering, if this is even possible in Linux? I have to run GNS3/Dynamips for router emulation and bind those Loopback adapters to virtual routers!
I predominantly use Ubuntu at home, which means I am used to "highlight 'copies' and center click 'pastes'" (I believe this is true for all X-windows-sever machines, but I don't know). Unfortunately, that is not the behavior on the machines I use at work (I have a Mac and Win 7.). Is there an application which would let me imitate this mouse behavior for either of those OS's?
i have a weird question, i need for a project to connect a PC to a device that actually only has USB port ready to read hard drive, my goal is to update the contents for the data that this device is "seeing", so basically to emulate a hard drive from the PC.
I would really like to configure compiz to emulate the Windows 7 edge actions. In case you haven't used Windows 7, the actions I'm interested in are: Drag window to top of the screen - maximize Drag window to left side of screen - take up the left half of the screen Drag window to right side of screen - take up the right half of the screen
Those are really the only ones I care about. I know I used to be able to do this in Karmic, but I forgot to back up my compiz settings when installing Lucid, and I can't remember how I had it configured before.
[Windows+Left] - Dock window to the left side [Windows+Right] - Dock window to the right side
When you press Windows + left arrow the active window occupies 50% of the screen (on the left), and when you press Windows + right arrow the active window occupies 50% of the screen on the right. I have tried to set this up with gnome on Ubuntu but have't managed it so far. I am sure this can be setup in gnome. How can it be done? In summary this splits two windows on the screen so one window occupies 50% of screen on left and the other on the right, how can this be setup and executed pronto on ubuntu?
I need to have a skype version which supports conference call. The linux version only supports if i call and not if someone call me, (at least as far as i know.) And as the windows version of skype does not work in wine, i have to find another solution. I heard Cedega Emulates? (does it only support games?)
I guess i can use virtual box and have skype in that but, wouldn't it be really slow to start skype then? (First start windows from virtualbox then start skype?