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I've got problems with X server authentication using `xauth'. The problem is, that I have my local computer running NetBSD 5.1 and a remote computer in LAN which is running Debian GNU Linux. During the login to my NetBSD computer `xdm' generates a magic cookie for my DISPLAY. Then I... (2 Replies)
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2. Red Hat
Good day to anyone. I need your help.
I want to create a centralization server for authorization my users via SSH connections. My manager suggested me a RADIUS + PAM, but frankly speaking I read a lot information about these and understood one thing - RADIUS could work only with password... (0 Replies)
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3. Red Hat
I am configured radius authentication server and PPPoE in my Linux systems. It is not work..
Kindly help me how to configure pppoe server to authenticate the clients via radius it is working in UNIX FreeBSD for the same not working in linux.
Can you have any configuration... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: thakshina
VIO Server is managing both AIX Clients and Linux Clients. For AIX Clients, we could do a disk mapping from slot numbers to VIO and also uname -L to determine the lparid and serial number frame its running on.
From a Linux Client,
How do I know which IBM frame its running on? Any command to... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: rpangulu
5. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
What would you recommend me a software running on Windows, and it is capable for backing up Windows and Linux (unix is optional) machines?
The application should have following features:
- Open source if possible :)
I found Amanda, but it... (1 Reply)
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6. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have ssh setup on 2 boxes ( aix / linux ).
building a batchjob i have made a plaintext key.
I force the command in the authorized_keys file
running from aix -> linux
ssh -i ~/.ssh/batchkey user@remote works perfect
but from linux -> aix
it get the following
debug1:... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: progressdll
7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am wondering if by logging in to a unix system, if it is possible to get the IP address of the machine I am connecting FROM.
I know how I can do this using the name server, but is this possible without a host lookup?:confused:
-ghoti (15 Replies)
Discussion started by: ghoti