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Re: [suse-linux-uk-schools] Monday 12th
  • From: Malcolm Herbert <mherbert@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 17:50:11 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <0102141751390J.01719@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

had thought of setting up username 'ptaylor' password 'redhat' to allow you
to telnet to the servers in Guildford to let you all access pine, or mutt and
run a mail service that way.....:-)

interestingly enough, has anybody used smb2www, if not have a look at:-

if you want the hostname (or you can guess it) to try it out, drop me an email



On Wednesday 14 February 2001 14:27, Christopher Dawkins wrote:
> > As regards the meeting, I will produce maps,
> I've printed out a nice map from the net. I shall be staying on Oxford on
> the Sunday night so as to get down in good time Monday. But I'd like to
> get access organised in advance, and with your help experiment to see if
> we can get VNC operating remotely, could be good fun.
> I've just created user "ptaylor" password "suse" on our system. Easiest
> first way to connect is to browse to
> and click on the telnet button at the bottom, then log in. Try "pine", if
> it says "your terminal is duff" type "t" on a line by itself then pine
> will work and you can send a test message to yourself.
> If all that works, we can look at more interesting things to do, but
> please feel free to browse around our system both on the web and through
> the telnet window, try any command you wish.
> If it doesn't work, we have a problem, as that's the minimum I need next
> month.

Dr Malcolm Herbert
Director, Academic Business Development
Red Hat Europe
t: +44 1483 734955 m: +44 7720 079845
"To err is human, but to really foul
things up you need a computer"
Farmers Weekly, 1977

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