Re: Terminal Server Client
On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 8:30 PM, Scott Ferguson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Depending on the choices you made during install become root (su or sudo) service won't run as a general user - it's just a short way of accessing /etc/init.d/whatever action
On 02/09/11 21:43, firstname lastname wrote:
During the trial of connecting to the remote (Windows) desktop.
I used the terminal server client,
Please note: I have succeed in connecting many times before (no need
question about the setting and the Windows other side work functionally).
Just sometimes it failed to connect and showed me:�
ERROR: getaddrinfo name or service not known
I googled, seems something concerns the avahi,
it suggested to try:
$ service avahi-daemon stop
bash: service: command not found
I don't know how to proceed further,
# service avahi-daemon stop
Are you in fact running Debian? (you quote Ubuntu in one of the other posts you made on this problem)
I am running debian wheezy. ( Sorry, I mis-thought the Ubuntu was derived from debian.)
Additionally I'd suggest you refer to posts more recent than 2005 when trying to solve problems ;-p
Please provide more information - which Debian are you running, what tool are you using for an RDP connection.
I accessed the RDP from Applications -> Internet -> Terminal server client,
I can't remember from which package I installed. I don't know how to access from terminal ( thanks for any hint).
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Every time I read about a hijacking on the news I just think to myself - just do it - let's see how far you get, I paid and didn't get off the ground.
I've thought about that too - dreamed of it - putting a gun to the pilot's head. That would feel so good.
"this is a hijacking"
"where do you want to go - Cuba?"
"No, I want to go where this plane was supposed to be five hours ago"
That's right, I'm hijacking this plane to it's scheduled destination."
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