• Windows Server 2003 to Linux

    Hello Everyone, I currently run a Windows Server 2003 with Exchange Server 2003. The server has two hard drives as follows: (1) 20GB containing the operating system and (2) 60GB containing all of my important data. Both drives are NTFS and there is no RAID. Here's my question. Can I install a...

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  • Stop bit problem: USB to Serial Converter attached to motion controller, unable to set for 7-E-2

    I have three different USB to Serial converters, one of them an isolated converter from B&B. One brand of motion controller I work on uses EVEN parity / 7 data bits / 2 stop bits as its default. I find that none of my converters will work on the controller in this configuration. If I borrow a PC...

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  • Accessing Oracle database on Linux from Mainframe

    I want to read some data from Oracle 9i tables running on Linux machine. Can some ne help me as I am not very expert on mainframe systems Thanks.

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  • RTMCONSOLE on HMC/AS400 I-SERIES 520

    Hi All, I am using a software called HALCYON on a multi partitioned I-SERIES controlled by a Hardware Management Console. The full system saves are scheduled using the Halcyon job scheduler. This scheduler does not kick off the backup unless the consoles are signed on to RTMCONSOLE( Restricted Task...

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  • Name that computer?

    Warning: this may be historic (1970's, PDP-11, etc.) or might be fictional. Don't loose sleep over this (although you might could get some additional insight around 9pm EST;-) And please don't flame me either. Minicomputer, comparable phyiscal size to PDP-11 appears to be two CPU units 3-5 feet...

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  • How to begin a thread with C, C++ on Linux

    Hi everybody. I'm developing a C program, which uses tcp sockets, but I need it to be multi-thread, on the server side. In the past, I have made that on ms windows, using the beginthread or beginthreadex functions. Can somebody tell me how to create a thread on Linux ? Thanks in advance.

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  • Looking for a UNIQUE KVM Solution

    I'm looking for something unusual in the way of a KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) system, and have no idea where to find such a thing - so I'll describe it. In this case, I'll happily take brand names, since this would be a commercial product. As part of my business, I visit sites which are running...

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  • S/390 Abends trying to define Ethernet adapter on Multiprise 3000.

    I am attempting to configure the LAN adapter on a MP3000 Integrated Server. Using DEVMAP, I define a pair of addresses(even/odd) as E22/E23 and select device type of 3088, and a device driver type 9 (LCS3172). When I attempt to activate, OS/2 dumps, abends, and the whole machine re-boots, runs...

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  • Outlook client can’t access MS-Exchange Server over IPSec

    Hi There, I have a strange problem in a customer. He connects their laptops over IPSec into the corporate LAN and the firewall/VPN server assigns IP addresses from the IPSec Address Pool (different from LAN subnet). There are some Packet Filter rules on the firewall that allow traffic from this...

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  • Why do IT projects fail?-2

    Hi, I'm a Computer Engineering at CSU Chico. I'm conducting a research paper on "Why IT Projects Fail". If someone could give me an example of a failed projects, "failed" meaning that it didn't get finished on time, or the final project did not meet the requierments. Also if you could give a quick...

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  • mandrake 10.2 on dell poweredge 1850 doesn’t network

    I installed mandrake 10.2 on a dell 1850 and configured IP during install. After reboot, ifconfig showed no IPv4 bound to the interfaces. Manually adding an IP with ifconfig showed an IP but the interface still couldn't ping itself. After this a reboot made the interfaces go away. ifconfig only...

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  • communication between ISERIES (QDLS) and LINUX

    Iseries 720 V5R2M0 A shared folder has been created in /QDLS (access read & write) This folder can be accessed by Windows machines (writing, updating and deleting of files works like a charm) This folder can be accessed by a Linux machine (SUSE 8.1 SLES) through SAMBA (version 2x) There's another...

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  • Synchronization of application servers

    hi all my company has about 30 application servers,so when i want to install something i have to do it on 30 servers which is very time consuming.due to this I Need a way to update all application servers using a single installation routine. can someone help please

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  • shared networks vs NOS and vs Linux

    Hi, I am a relational database programmer, and I am writing an application for a client who will have from 12 to 20 users on a network. Currently they are set up shared/peer-to-peer. I have been nagging them about getting a new server and to use a formal server OS. They called in a "Microsoft...

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  • Network neigbhorhood

    Sir, I have a windows 2K advanced server running on HP Proliant ML350 G3. The problem is my network neighborhood does not open quickly. Same problem with control panel. It take a long time to open maybe 45 mins to 1 hour. I have uninstalled all the HP tools but installation takes place only through...

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  • Setup an sms to email gateway

    Required to setup an sms to email gateway so that customers can SMS the problem they face with Internet or other systems and it can be uploaded into the systems using an email.

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  • Linux Box as a Router

    Hello Everyone. I have posted many replies to others questions and this is my first post seeking help I am trying to setup a RedHad 9 Linux box as router. I have searched documentation and even have a few Linux books. But they are lacking (or more than likely I am lacking since I am fairly new to...

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  • problem with ip forwarding on openbsd

    We are currently building two new servers as openbsd firewalls. During our testing, connectivity broke. We have disabled pf so it won't cause problems. In our ping tests we found the packets aren't getting forwarded. ipforwarding is set to 1. When we ran netstat -r we found it takes forever, (more...

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  • Samba PDC and Win2000

    I have an issue I need help with I have a RedHat ES 3.0 Samba server setup and running as a PDC Testparm shows no problems with the smb.conf file and the system is working fine by itself. I am able to logon to the domain from a Win98 system and have the login script properly. The problem is with...

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  • Winbind not connecting to Windows network

    I'm not very experienced with Linux. I created a Whitebox Linux server and got Winbind running to connect to our windows 2k network. I am able to print to the win network, but can't see anything there or connect to any computer/server. The Linux box seemed to join the domain OK, but can't see it in...

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