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I had a similar error when I started to teach myself PS2 on Win7 client testing LocalHost. I resolved it by starting the Remote Registry service.
I have asked myself the same question, since I found clusterssh's dependence on X11 or XQuartz on Mac OS X annoying, and on top of that the terminal windows opened by clusterssh looked uglier than those in Terminal.app That's how I stumbled upon a tmux-based script from Joerg Jaspert on his blog: ...
I had a lot of lag on the mouse movements on a win2012 server. It really helped disabling the mouse pointer shadow.
You can use a vpn solution to unify the office network. I had the best experiences with OpenVPN (google), but there are so many software for that as many stars on the sky. You will need probably a routed solution (i.e. the routing table should be a little bit non-trivial on the networks). In many cases it was some problem with the automatic windows network ...
Solved. The profile properties as metioned by Brian were correct, though I found the issue, there were an additional conflicting rule in my settings which allowed this port to be open after all with no scope.
I was attempting to get this to work from Linux Mint with Firefox. I tried again from a Windows 7 machine and IE, and was eventually able to get the console to display where I could see and enter commands.
If the xydb could have a different mysql password on the production and test DB servers, then you can give the mysql user a "wrong" password on the live server mysql> SELECT VERSION(); +-------------------------+ | VERSION() | +-------------------------+ | 5.1.73-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 | +-------------------------+ To recreate your situation: ...
I'm not sure if you can do it using REVOKE, but you can definitely do it by inserting an entry into the relevant table in the mysql schema: INSERT INTO mysql.db (Host,Db) VALUES ('192.0.2.42','xydb'); INSERT INTO mysql.db (Host,Db) VALUES ('host.example.com','xydb'); FLUSH PRIVILEGES; The first two lines do the heavy lifting of inserting into the DB; it's ...
You've only got a private IP address associated with the machine, so you'll need to configure whatever has the public IP address you want to connect to to pass the SSH connections onto this server.
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