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I’ve downloaded and installed Opensuse into a virtual box machine. When I access the CLI in the Kole terminal, I cannot execute any commands. It doesn’t even recognize ifconfig.

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You cant install it through this file install.sh
Find the file install.exe ... from this file you can install it
CHECK the files of the program and find install.exe and double click on it

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I downloaded a Linux program from the Internet to my download directory. How can I install it?


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Windows:
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VirtualBox free download (virtual environment):
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Ubuntu Linux OS free download (virtual machine):
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Your final installation set look:

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These components are installed on computer

Linux:
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RPM package installation (Centos, RedHat, OpenSuse...)
rpm -ivh program_name.rpm

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sudo dpkg -i program_name.deb
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Unpacking
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Root pasword for compaq presario with Linux operating system


Dear cockniegeezer,
Please post more info! Are you able to login at all? i.e.: with a 'User' username/password? If so, try using 'sudo' on the CLI - "command line interface" or "terminal" before required command...this will then ask for your password & allow you to do commands that require "root access". Hope this helps...or at least points you in the right direction! GBU! - Bruce.

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I'm trying to play rise and fall civilizations at war but i tried to play it after installing it and an alert came up saying there was compatibilty problem. please help


Depending on what operating system you have, it might legitimately be a compatibility problem with the OS. For example, if it's a 64 bit game and you're running it on a 32 bit platform (unlikely), or if the game was made for XP and you're playing it on Vista or 7.

One of the possible solutions (for the XP and Vista/7 problem, or basically any problem similar) is to right click on the .exe for the game and change it to compatibility mode. Go to My Computer>C:>Program Files (or Program Files (x86) in Vista/7)>Midway>Rise & Fall etc etc...It might not exactly be that directory, so in order to find it you can find its entry in the Start menu and right click on it, and go to properties. In the resulting menu you should see "Shortcut Target" or something to that effect that tells you the directory in which the game is located.

Open that directory and find the executable for the game. It should have a little mini picture of the game and should be named the same as the title of the game. Right click on it and go to Properties, then go to Compatibility. Check the box "Run this program in compatibility mode" and select the operating system in the drop down box for which the game was designed (You can find it on the back of the box). Now try running the game, and it should work in theory.

Unfortunately, I've had no luck with compatibility mode. Another option that might or might not work (depending on the requirements of the game) is to run it on a virtual machine. You can download VirtualBox as a virtual machine emulator, then create a virtual machine with the desired operating system. You have to have access to a licensed copy of the target OS, however, so if you don't have one this probably won't be the best solution for you. Also, virtual machines have a bad habit of not being compatible with certain graphics engines, etc, so it might not work anyway...Just a thought.

Though I've never used it, Windows 7 (if that is your operating system) users can download something called "Windows XP Mode" which lets you run programs which were designed with XP on your windows 7 platform. I believe it's some form of virtualization that's done, but as I've never used it, unfortunately I can't give you any helpful advice as to how to install, set up, and run it. You can most likely find anything/everything you need online. If you have any specific questions let me know and I can do some research and see what I can find out. Best of luck!

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is not present in any operating system after Windows Millennium (the last iteration of the Windows 9x family).
What we currently have is a command line interface- accessible via start > run > type command or cmd and then press enter, or start > all programs > accessories > command prompt.
Now, some of the commands w/in the modern day command line interface (CLI) are throwbacks to the original dos days, however they *ARE NOT* the same as the original dos versions. If you wish to experience original DOS there are currently 3 methods: one use an emulator like DOSBOX; two, run a virtual machine (for instance VMware client) of DOS; three, do some garage sale/dumpster diving and get an older system to be your guinea pig system ( I like this approach the best since it's fun getting an old system up and running then playing with an actual live copy instead of a VM machine or emulator)

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Since I know you have a copy of openSUSE, I'll use openSUSE as the virtual machine. Of course, you can substitute any OS.

Open Virtual Box. Click on "New" and click next in the "create new virtual machine" box. In the "name" box give your VM a name, say, SUSE. The OS drop down should indicate Linux, and then select the version of the distro, usually openSUSE. Click next. Accept the default 512MB of memory and click next (you can change this later if need be.) Under the "Virtual Hard Disk" select "create new hard disk" and click next. Click next again in the "welcome to create a new hard disk wizard" box. Choose "dynamically expanding storage" and click next. In the virtual disk location and size, accept the default and click next OR click the folder icon and browse to a location that you want to use....this can be a completely different physical hard drive. In the "summary" page click finish.

Your newly created virtual machine will now show up in virtual box.

Here's where things get a bit tricky, and I suspect this is where you may be having a problem: With Virtual Box open, highlight your new virtual machine and click "settings". Give it a minute to come up. Click on "storage" in the left margin. Under the storage tree click "empty" to highlight it. Then, on the right side where it says CD/DVD device, click the drop down arrow next to "empty" and select Host Drive 'D" (or what ever your drive letter is). It is _crucial_ that you do this.

Alternatively, if you have downloaded an ISO file, you can click the folder icon next to the "empty" and point it to the ISO file. That way you don't have to burn the ISO file to CD.

After that, under "network" in the left column, select either "NAT" or "bridged adapter" so your virtual machine can get out to the internet.

Now all you have to do is place your copy of SUSE into your CD/DVD drive, ignore anything that comes up, then highlight your virtual machine in Virtual Box and click "start" and it will take you through the install as if it were a real harddrive. Enjoy.

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Forgot password of Adtran NetVanta 1224R Switch


  1. Recovering passwords requires direct physical access to a unit. This procedure cannot be performed remotely over Telnet, SSH, or the Web GUI.
  2. Connect a straight through serial cable to the console port of the unit.
  3. Configure a VT100 session (i.e. HyperTerminal or ProComm) using the following settings: 9600 bps, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and no flow control.
  4. Reboot the unit by removing the power.
  5. As the unit boots, you will be given the opportunity to break into bootstrap mode by pressing the ESC key within 5 seconds.
  6. While in the monitor mode issue the following commands:
Bootstrap# bypass passwords
Bootstrap# boot

Notice that you are issuing the boot command not the reload command following the bypass passwords command. Once the unit has finished booting up, you can issue the enable command and you will not be required to enter the privileged (i.e. enable) password. Once you are in privileged mode, you can view the configured passwords by using the show run command. A new password can also be entered by going into global configuration mode by using config terminal command and issuing the enable password <word> command where <word> is the new password. Also remember to change any Telnet, SSH or Web GUI passwords if necessary.

Below is a sample output of these steps:

Router (1200990L1)
Executing bootstrap...
ram: 268435456 bytes of RAM detected.
Serial Number: LBADTNXXXXXXXXX
Bootstrap version: 11.03.00, checksum: 0F3C, Thu Feb 09 17:40:34 2006
vfs: NONVOL: 120 tracks, 128 sectors/track, 1024 bytes/sector.
eth0/1: initializing...
eth0/1: MAC address is 00:A0:C8:XX:XX:XX
bootstrap: Checking boot configuration...
bootstrap: Primary image is 'NONVOL:/NV5305A-12-01-07b-E.biz'.
bootstrap: User escaped to command line interface.
cli: starting command line interface...
cli: starting user interface

Press '?' for help.
bootstrap#bypass passwords
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At-8624t


How to Configure the Switch
Some configuration is necessary to enable the switch’s advanced switching
capabilities. This is achieved via the Command Line Interface (CLI). On the
AT-8624T/2M, you can also use the Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Using the CLI to configure a switch
1. Connect a terminal or PC to the Terminal Port (ASYN0).
Using the supplied RS-232 DB9 serial straight-through cable, connect your
terminal or PC to the RS-232 Terminal Port:
• For the AT-8624T/2M and AT-8624PoE, the RS-232 Terminal Port is on
the front panel.
• For the AT-8648T/2SP, the RS-232 Terminal Port is on the back panel.
2. Set the communication parameters.
Set the communication parameters on your terminal or terminal emulation
program to:
• Bit rate: 9600
• Data bits: 8
• Parity: None
• Stop bits: 1
• Flow control: None
3. Log in.
After the switch has booted, the login prompt appears. If the login prompt
does not appear, press [Enter] two or three times.
When the switch boots for the first time it automatically creates an
account with manager privileges. The account has the login name manager
and the password is friend.
At the login prompt, enter the login name and password:
Login: manager
Password: friend
The switch’s command prompt appears. Now use the CLI to configure the
switch.
Using the GUI to configure the AT-8624T/2M switch
This section describes how to establish a connection to the AT-8624T/2M switch
through the GUI so you can configure it before installing it in your LAN.
1. Select a PC to use and identify its subnet.
You can browse to the switch from any PC that is running a supported
operating system with a supported browser installed. JavaScript must be
enabled. If you are using a toolbar or plug-in on your browser to block popups,
disable it while using the GUI. The GUI displays detailed configuration
options and information in pop-up windows.
2. Connect the PC to the switch.
Use an Ethernet cable to connect an Ethernet card on the PC to any one of
the switch ports.
You can browse to the router through any VLAN, as long as you give that
VLAN an IP address. These instructions assume you are using vlan1. All
switch ports belong to vlan1 by default.
3. Access the switch’s command line interface.
Access the CLI from the PC, as described in the previous section, “Using
the CLI to configure a switch”.
Installation & Safety Guide 13
4. Enable IP.
enable ip
5. Assign the vlan1 interface an IP address in the same subnet as the
PC.
add ip interface=vlan1 ip=ipaddress mask=mask
6. Save the configuration and set the switch to use it on bootup.
create config=your-name.cfg
set config=your-name.cfg
7. On the PC’s web browser, bypass the HTTP proxy server, if
necessary.
8. Point your web browser at IP address for vlan1.
9. At the login prompt, enter the user name and password.
User Name: manager <the default>
Password: friend
The System Status page is displayed. Select options from the sidebar menu
to configure and manage the switch.
For context-sensitive online help, click the Help button at the top of the
sidebar menu or on any pop-up page


I hope this helps you out
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