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).
Is there anyone who is successful in installing openmeetings on Ubuntu 14.04 server? Im struggling for more than a month in trying to install it. But with no avail.
I would be very thankful if I get a step by step instruction.
my feeling is the ubuntu is slowing down from update to update. especially firefox and video within it seems to become slower. Is it an effect observed by diverse persons here? perhaps should I change few setups in firefox for stopping all video starting at anytime? Is there any methodology to increase the speed of a system anywhere (step by step instruction) ?
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).
Background: I am a SQL Server DBA. I have inherited about 50 SQL Servers and need to set up various maintenance plans and alerts. To get the full benefit, I'll also need to configure Database Mail to send emails when jobs fail, alert conditions occur, etc. This requires an SMTP server to relay email (hopefully I got the wording correct there).
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.