Hi all,I'm new here.I have been a user of Centos 6.3 for a while in desktop mode but my day job (windows it support) has meant I have accquired FOC some Dell R200 and R860 se... [by Mr_Si]
First of all, please forgive me as I come from a Microsoft server support background so my understanding is based on the general practise over at the dark side. However, I have used linux in a desktop environment at home for some time.
I have a Centos 6.3 server running in my home network serving files at the moment. It is also doing its own DNS.
Usualy I use RDP in Windows Server 2008 R2, and never fall in this: "Remote Desktop Licensing mode is not configured", This is a message that I get as soon as I open session in the newly installed Windows Server 2012 Standard.
My Dell poweredge server running CentOS 5.4 and booting kernel-2.6.18-164.15.1.el5. All boot processes seem okay and the graphical screens for CentOS operate, but just before the desktop load... [by hoytp]
I'm working at a small company and since I worked tech support about 8 years ago (and have been a Software Engineer for most of the time since then), I'm responsible for all things computer related. I've inherited the current network/server configurations. I'm new to Windows Server 2008 so please be patient with me. I feel like there's an incredibly easy answer to this that I'm just not seeing.
I recently was having a challenge getting centos 6.4 to function normally within the windows 7 32Bit environment.
The machine would be installed and at the last stage after creating the user it would crash virtualbox with an error MSv106.dll
Did a lot of looking on the net no luck started experimenting with different configs within virtualbox until i found a solution that suggests that you change