Install Xrdp on CentOS 5.4
- yum install make.x86_64
- yum install gcc.x86_64
- yum install pam-devel.x86_64
- yum install openssl-devel.x86_64
- Download Xrdp
- Install Xrdp
- go to /xrdp directory in terminal
- make install
- Start Service
- cd /usr/local/xrdp
- ./xrdp_control.sh start
Install the old version of Microsoft RDP on a windows XP system or just search and copy from any pre SP3 windows xp install these two files and place them in a folder.
launch mstsc.exe and connect to your Xrdp server.
There seems to be a problem when installing SQL server 2008 on a windows 2008 RC2 platform. Generally it will get stuck, hangs at "Install_sql_is_Cpu65_Action:Write_NativeImage_64" or another place about 3/4 the way through the install process. In some cases this may be a permissions issue and others media read/write issue.
Best solution for this is to copy the entire contents of the install media directly to the HDD and run the installer directly from the hard drive as the administrator directly from console and not from RDP. This seems to solve the problem in all cases so far.
Cannot find the certificate request associated with this certificate file. A certificate request must be completed on the computer where it was created.
The certificate is still being processed and has not yet been added to the server.
Click ok and wait
After waiting refresh (F5) the certificate window within IIS.
You will notice that the SSL certificate is missing a friendly name, in order to fix this you can do the following.
Start > RUN > type in mmc and click enter
Click File Add/Remove snap-in
Double Click Certificates > Computer account then next, Local computer then Finish, OK
Browse to Personal > Cerfificates then right click the new certificate and click properties, Enter a Friendly Name and click OK.
You can close all windows now.
This works but you should still stop and backup your ts3 server.
After you backup is complete follow these steps.
While ts3 server is stopped start the server using this command: (assuming you are running 64 bit server on windows)
(You can do this by making a shortcut and editing the target location as well)
Now you have an updated TS3 admin password, with this you can create a new privileged key.
Using puttytel.exe or any other telnet client to type the following commands:
(localhost if your server is hosted on the pc/server you are running telnet on, otherwise just use the ip or server name)
After the last command the server will respond with a token=YourNumbersAndLettersToeknID
Copy this and past it into your TS3 client under permissions > use privileged key.
First things first, make sure you are up to date on all of your packages,
yum update -y
Now you should install the FTP module
yum install vsftpd -y
Start the service
service vstfpd start
Now you will need to install Perl for the webmin qui to manage vsftpd
yum install perl -y (this is most likely already installed)
yum install perl-CPAN -y
yum install perl-CGI -y
Install the vftpd module for webmin
login, go to webmin, Webmin configuration, Webmin modules, from URL and enter: http://blog.shawnhyde.com/FILES%2f2013%2f12%2fvsftpd-2009-04-30-1755.wbm.gz.axdx
refresh webmin, go to services and vsftpd to configure it.