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May
31
answered ESXi 5.5 - Management network with no gateway
May
31
comment ESXi 5.5 - Management network with no gateway
You assumed correctly and I finally found the answer to my question. I ran in an infinite loop until I found the solution. Will try to answer this question myself.
May
24
asked ESXi 5.5 - Management network with no gateway
Apr
29
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Apr
29
accepted Wake on Lan - Install a client on a Linux machine
Apr
29
comment Wake on Lan - Install a client on a Linux machine
It worked!! Thank you! I found the issue. I forgot to actually disconnect the SSH session. Now, it still gave me the error when downloading but I kept on going ahead with your procedure and it eventually worked! Can you please add a little note at the end to you answer so people know how to use the command? In my case WOL is located in /opt/bin/wakeonlan. So all I had to do was running the following: /opt/bin/wakeonlan 00:00:00:00:00:00 That will send a broadcast signal and it didn't work when I specified the actual IP address of my machine. Thanks again!
Apr
29
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Apr
29
comment Wake on Lan - Install a client on a Linux machine
Yup, I am root (#). Don't get why it fails though.
Apr
28
comment Wake on Lan - Install a client on a Linux machine
It did move a bit forward, I'm getting this now when I'm running ipkg update: ipkg_download: ERROR: Command failed with return value 1: `wget --passive-ftp -P /tmp/ipkg-RhuVId /Packages' Before that I can see it resolving the hostname ipkg.nslu2-linux.org and I can see it downloading the package in a temp folder: Updated list of available packages in /opt/ipkg/lists/cross An error ocurred, return value: 1.
Apr
27
comment Wake on Lan - Install a client on a Linux machine
Hi, thanks a lot for coming back to me. This is what I'm getting when I run ipkg update: root@IX4-200D-CE1:/# ipkg update WARNING: Ignoring unknown configuration parameter: ss ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/cs08q1armel/cross/stable Successfully terminated. This is what I get when I run ipkg perl-wakeonlan: root@IX4-200D-CE1:/# ipkg perl-wakeonlan WARNING: Ignoring unknown configuration parameter: ss ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/cs08q1armel/cross/stable ipkg: unknown sub-command perl-wakeonlan ipkg version 0.99.163 usage: ipkg [options...] sub-command [arguments...]
Apr
27
comment Wake on Lan - Install a client on a Linux machine
That is my problem. I have no idea how. I tried to install the code with the piece of commands i found online and it just didn't work, always returned an error. I was thinking, is there a way to get these packages manually downloaded from the internet and then move them and install them on these actual boxes? Ta
Apr
26
asked Wake on Lan - Install a client on a Linux machine
Dec
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Oct
29
comment Shared Excel WorkBook is locked by another user
Thanks, problem is, it doesn't always happen, and since it's a restricted access folder I need some people with RO rights and some with Read Write..
Oct
29
asked Shared Excel WorkBook is locked by another user
Sep
13
answered Windows: Have a new user to utilize another user profile
Sep
13
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Sep
12
comment Windows: Have a new user to utilize another user profile
It's not that easy.. it's a pretty big company and nobody knows anything..
Sep
12
comment Windows: Have a new user to utilize another user profile
Ok, bear in mind that nobody will use that user on these VM, and, once in the new domain, nobody will ever use the Administrator account. So, if we're able to fool Windows let it believe I'm that user, then also the software should work 100%. So, how would I go ahead? - The software is vital and if this doesn't work, I'll see big money to be spent for it.
Sep
12
comment Windows: Have a new user to utilize another user profile
My colleagues and I think that it's hard coded in the software after the installation. How can I point a new user to the domain\administrator profile? Because the problem is not only pointing it to %userprofile% folder but also let it believe that the user never changed. That's what I'd like to achieve. Thanks again