I want to view (realtime) the current session on a remote Ubuntu system. I need this for instruction and troubleshooting purposes. I have ssh access to the server with root access. So I've tried installing vnc4server on the server (apt-get install vnc4server), then login as user (su - username) and starting a vnc server (vncserver :1).
I am currently running SQL server 2008 (SQLserverold) which homes databases for systemn center Service Manager 2012 Datawarehouse. This server is very old and needs to be decommisioned. Prior to decomissioning the serve, the databases have to be migrated to another clustered SQL server with two nodes(SQLServer1 and SQLserver2).
I think I have got myself into a real mess. For the last few days I have been trying to set up a DNS server and I have been following several how-to's, probably too many. I have got to the stage where I don't know where I. When I was running Ubuntu server I followed a step-by-step how to and that's all I had to do it just worked.
Example: If a client wants to talk to a server, it just tells the server that it wants to establish a connection, then the server confirms. People say that the third step's there so as to let the server knows it can sends data to the client successfully. However, I think the server can implement something like time-out. If the client takes too long to respond, the server can go ahead to:
It’s a step by step guide for setting up wordpress on a vanila server (e.g Linode VPS) running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (latest LTS release, recommended for server). With, most of the VPS providers, you can deploy GNU/Linux distribution from their control panel itself, after that, everything will done over the ssh connection.