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  1. Re: Calling executable from different directory than working directory

    For relative paths, you can just use ../ for each directory you wish to go 'up'. For example, if you had the following directory structure:



    --dir_a
    --file a1
    --file a2
    --sub-dir_a
    ...
  2. Re: Calling executable from different directory than working directory

    You need to call the executable from the parent directory by using ../scoreSTOP

    FWIW, ./ will look in the present working directory.

    HTH
  3. [SOLVED] Re: How to disable internet / networking capabilities

    You could always edit the /etc/network/interfaces file and remove the gateway entry. Without a gateway, there's no way to access the internet.

    Then, set the file to be immutable:


    chattr +i...
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    [SOLVED] Banned IP Address?

    I had just sent a message to the admin after trying to login to the forums stating that my IP address had been banned. Obviously, it must have been in error as I haven't posted in many, many months...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Does this not work (post #66 by dazwin)?

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=3858988#post3858988

    rmconard in post #100 has posted that it works for him (I haven't upgraded to Hardy yet, so...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Can you post the output of netstat -l -n (that's a lowercase L, not an uppercase i) from your Ubuntu computer:


    dbott@gutsy:~$ netstat -l -n
    Active Internet connections (only servers)
    Proto...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Cool... thanks, Karl.

    Actually, I was confusing the listening port -100 with vncserver's web/java port (typically 5800).

    For those that want to see Karl's example in action see the attached...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    This runs on the Ubuntu computer, not XP.

    jack@jack-desktop:~$ vncviewer -listen 0The 0 specifies the the desktop/port to use:

    0=5500
    1=5501
    2=5502
    etc.

    By entering vncviewer -listen...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Try this:

    jack@jack-desktop:~$ vncviewer -listen 0

    -Dave
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    I think bodhi just had a typo. I'm sure that he meant to type:

    vncviewer -listen
    as his prior explanation indicates that the the "server" is initiating the connection to the listening client.
    ...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    I'll let Karl (krunge - the creator/developer/author of x11vnc) answer the specifics about your questions over ssh/ssl. He has posted a number of times in this thread.



    As for NX Machine, as...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Follow all steps as outlined in post #1.

    Then, on your Gutsy computer, follow the steps in post #66.

    The "bug" is with the default vncviewer version provided with Gutsy. The workaround...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    No. By default, the program takes the number specified (in this case 0) and adds it to 5500. If you were to specify 5500, the app would listen on port 11,000 (5500 + 5500):

    dbott@gutsy:~$...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Great work, dazwin!

    Thanks for the workaround. I will post this info into the original post.

    Just to add a bit of info to the workaround: I needed to specify the display number in the...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Okay, here's an update.

    It may be the version of RFB (remote frame buffer?) that UltraVNC single-click uses (3.16) vs. the supported versions of up to 3.6.

    According the the output below,...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Thanks dazwin.

    I was on Launchpad last night looking to see if there was a bug reported about it. I wasn't sure if it was a VNC problem or not, as I am able to establish a reverse-VNC...
  17. Re: HOWTO: Connect to another user's console terminal using 'screen'

    Oops, sorry. I misread your question. I thought you wanted to "Reverse VNC" (rather than "Reverse SSH").

    Please ignore my post.

    -Dave
  18. Re: HOWTO: Connect to another user's console terminal using 'screen'

    Yes... see my signature below for "HOWTO: Reverse VNC".

    Be advised that it does not work with the latest version of Ubuntu (Gutsy 7.10).

    -Dave
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Just for clarity, what exactly did you have to do in order to get it working.

    Thanks,
    Dave
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    I think you may need to install support for your keyboard & language on each client that you're working on. So, depending on the client (Linux, Windows, Mac, etc.) you may need to do do one of the...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    You're welcome.

    I use WinSCP on my Windows machine at work to transfer files between my home computer (Ubuntu 7.04).

    http://winscp.net/eng/index.php

    Of course, this requires SSH installed &...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Question 1:

    If your service provider has blocked 5500, you could set the SC file to *any* port:


    [HOST]
    Connect to LHoydal
    -connect your.public.ip.address:PORT# -noregistryReplace PORT# with...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    Ditto. I also have created a number of SC's and people are able to connect to my Linux PC from Windows XP without issue.

    Also, make sure that VNC is 'listening' on port 5500. Can you post the...
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    Re: HOWTO: Reverse VNC

    By their very nature, routers would be set to block this sort of behaviour (i.e. unsolicited inbound traffic) without setting up some sort of port-forwarding rule.

    There are a few tools available...
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    Re: HOWTO: Installing DenyHosts

    There are sites out there that offer software that can do this, such as http://www.ip2location.com/ and other similar sites. I don't know if there are any open source IP - Geolocation projects out...
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