Can anyone help?
I would like to be able to execute a program on an NT box from an HPUX Box.
Anyone know how?
Someone has suggested using rexec() but I don't know how to use it.
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X AGAINST HTML MAIL,
mike burrell wrote :
> > I would like to be able to execute a program on an NT box from an HPUX Box.
> > Anyone know how?
> > Someone has suggested using rexec() but I don't know how to use it.
> there are any number of ways to do it. you could get the NT box to run a
> "shell" CGI script on a web server if you wanted. the easiest way, though,
> would be if there were some sort of rexec daemon available for NT. you'd
> best ask on an NT group about what sort of remote execution daemons are
> /"\ m i k e b u r r e l l
> X AGAINST HTML MAIL,
I am new to Linux and X-windows, and would appreciate it if somebody
could tell me
how to run a X-application from a remote Unix.
I have included the remote Unix host in the /etc/host.allow file.
However, when I run
X-application in remote Unix (through telnet), I got the error messages,
"Xlib: connection to 'my host:0.0' refused by server"
"Xlib: client is not authorized to connect to Server"
"Cannot open display 'my host:0.0' "
where 'my host' is my Linux IP address.
Thank you very much