Linux can't telnet to WFW 3.11
Keith G. Murphy
keithmur at mindspring.com
Wed Jun 30 14:09:24 GMT 1999
Benjamin Scott wrote:
> On Sun, 27 Jun 1999, Ulung Pribadi wrote:
> > My server is RH 5.2 and i use Samba 1.9.18p10 and the client use WFW 3.11
> > with tcp/ip protocols installed. The subnet and the IP Address is right
> > but I still only telnet form WFW 3.11 to Linux...not the reverse.
> That is because all versions of Microsoft Windows can only be accessed from
> the local console. Microsoft's idea of "remote access" gives you file and
> printer access only. While there are third-party programs which attempt to
> emulate this essential functionality, they do not work very well. This is one
> of the biggest problems I (and many others) have with Windows. I'm afraid the
> only good solution is to use a real operating system.
> Some third party solutions include Symantec's PCanywhere, Citrix WinFrame
> (which Microsoft licensed for their Windows Terminal Server), and
Another, lesser-known one that works extremely well for us is Proxy from
Funk Software. But this is academic if there is no Linux client. Hmmm,
there is a Proxy Master (client) for Win3.1, wonder if you could run it
under Wine or DOSEMU?
I believe VNC is really supposed to be the answer, though. I haven't
tried it (yet).
Out, damned spot!
Out, spot, out!
-- Shakespeare for First Grade
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