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Ernest

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

Ernest [Visitor]

I am using ajax in my site, so that all requests are sent to a specific URL, the entire site is at http, how I can do to make the user login using https???
Help me please

 Permalink 11/06/13 @ 04:22
GSCopy Pro v6.0 (RoboCopy Alternative) with Open File Agent

In response to: Deploying msi packages to computers using a GPO

GSCopy Pro v6.0 (RoboCopy Alternative) with Open File Agent [Visitor]

GSCopy Pro v6.0 (RoboCopy Alternative) with Open File Agent
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Go To:>> http://www.gurusquad.com/GSCOPYPRO

 Permalink 10/28/13 @ 17:09
palk

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

palk [Visitor]

Is it possible to redirect http to https, but not if port 8080 is used?

example:

http://server/application redirects to https://server/application like you shows.

http://server:8080/application should not redirect.

 Permalink 10/10/13 @ 01:35
Inbal

In response to: Tomcat LDAP authentication

Inbal [Visitor]

Hi,
I’m trying to connect AD without writing a plain text password in server.xml file.
I tried overriding JDNIRealm and overriding getPasswordConnection (so the password will come from a differenet resource).
I packaged my new file inot a jar and placed it in tomcat\lib. The tomcat doesn’t seem to find my code.. any suggestions? I’m stacked…
thank you very much

 Permalink 09/19/13 @ 15:51
Ravi

In response to: Tomcat LDAP authentication

Ravi [Visitor]

hi,

I am getting the below error,
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.AuthenticatorBase invoke
FINE: Security checking request GET /prdbutil/FirstSteps/FirstSteps.jsp
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.realm.RealmBase findSecurityConstraints
FINE: Checking constraint ‘SecurityConstraint[DEV-PRDBUTIL]’ against GET /FirstSteps/FirstSteps.jsp –> true
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.realm.RealmBase findSecurityConstraints
FINE: Checking constraint ‘SecurityConstraint[DEV-PRDBUTIL]’ against GET /FirstSteps/FirstSteps.jsp –> true
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.AuthenticatorBase invoke
FINE: Calling hasUserDataPermission()
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.realm.RealmBase hasUserDataPermission
FINE: User data constraint has no restrictions
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.AuthenticatorBase invoke
FINE: Calling authenticate()
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.FormAuthenticator authenticate
FINE: Save request in session ‘0C8F89C27341789348362CB1E061BEB5.SGPLTRDV4′
Sep 9, 2013 4:18:49 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.AuthenticatorBase invoke
FINE: Failed authenticate() test
Sep 9, 2013 4:19:05 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.AuthenticatorBase invoke
FINE: Security checking request POST /prdbutil/FirstSteps/j_security_check
Sep 9, 2013 4:19:05 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.FormAuthenticator authenticate
FINE: Authenticating username ‘DICK-LDAP’
Sep 9, 2013 4:19:05 PM org.apache.catalina.authenticator.AuthenticatorBase invoke
FINE: Failed authenticate() test ??/prdbutil/FirstSteps/j_security_check

I have followed all the steps in the context and web.xml to the book. but i am just geeting the error as Failed authenticate() test. there is no other stack overflow. And page is redirected to the error.jsp page. Can anyone plaes advise on this.

 Permalink 09/09/13 @ 10:24
beaman

In response to: Registering a SAMBA Solaris 10 server as a MS AD member

beaman [Visitor]

Hey,

Will this work on a solaris local zone?

Thanks,

Bill

 Permalink 08/26/13 @ 22:52
Aleksandar

In response to: Solaris 10 md5 sum checking

Aleksandar [Visitor]

Thanks! `openssl md5` can be used in the same way btw.

 Permalink 08/26/13 @ 16:11
uk

In response to: EMC Networker: export list of clients to csv file

uk [Visitor]

root@legato-srvr # cat clientlist.csv
_name;Description;Backup Group;Save set;Browse Policy;Retention Policy;

 Permalink 08/21/13 @ 11:02
Woll-E

In response to: Registering a SAMBA Solaris 10 server as a MS AD member

Woll-E [Visitor]

Hi,

great posting. I do wonder, however, where that user_admin comes from in the commands:

root@sol10svr:/# /usr/sfw/bin/net ads join -U ‘user_admin%useradminp@sswd’

root@sol10svr:/# /usr/sfw/bin/net ads keytab create -U ‘user_admin%useradminp@sswd’

Can you give any clearance to that?

Thx,
Woll-E

 Permalink 08/15/13 @ 13:35
Tunde

In response to: Get access to the OBP prompt on a Sun T5120 / T5220

Tunde [Visitor]

set /SP/network commitpending=true
set: Unable to get network management property

 Permalink 08/14/13 @ 16:50
Ruben Guerra Nina

In response to: Routing with multihomed Linux when using VLAN tagging

Ruben Guerra Nina [Visitor]

In that configuration the vlans are created on a layer 2 switch, or even having the layer 3 applies the same settings?

 Permalink 07/17/13 @ 01:35
Andy

In response to: Looking for uuencode on RHEL6?

Andy [Visitor]

Can you please let me know if this would work for multiple attachments ?

 Permalink 07/11/13 @ 16:44
Amit T

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

Amit T [Visitor]

The airport utility with ms OS did not show me the Manual Setup. So I used the Tom Dibble solution and that worked perfectly for me. THANKS!

POSTED by TOM Dibble:
Another route which doesn’t require unplugging the disk from the Airport, is to select the Airport Extreme in Airport Utility, then go to the menu bar “Base Station” then “Restart".

The upside is that you don’t need to walk over to the base station and unplug thing / wait for a few seconds / plug back in. The downside is that anyone connecting to the base station via wireless (or at all, if this is acting as your router) will lose access to the internet / network for a few seconds while it reboots. Assuming you have everything set up to remember that base station network everything will just reconnect a few seconds later, and unless there is a download or Hulu stream going on you probably won’t even notice :)

 Permalink 07/09/13 @ 16:32
Ankit

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

Ankit [Visitor]

Good Post….. worth it..

 Permalink 07/06/13 @ 10:00
AsterQA

In response to: Get CPU info on Solaris 10 x86

AsterQA [Visitor]

Thanks a ton! We were struggling to find out the exact info of processors being used. Pretty helpful!

 Permalink 06/27/13 @ 01:22
Simon

In response to: In love with ZFS - Migrate a Solaris VM from VirtualBox to VMware ESXi 4

Simon [Visitor]

Hi, I am actually trying to migrate as you describe in your tutorial (which I appreciate), however I am failing to mount the nfs to the single user/failsafe mode. It sais it cannot mount it because its a read-only filesystem.

Any hint?

Thank you,
Simon

 Permalink 06/23/13 @ 22:47
Shik Lu

In response to: Running Oracle VTS (SunVTS) from a live CD

Shik Lu [Visitor]

How did you download the VTS Image from support.oracle.com ? I couldn’t find it.

 Permalink 06/23/13 @ 18:05
Kenneth

In response to: Connecting a Sun Blade server to the EMC Storage...

Kenneth [Visitor]

Really good information here, thanks for sharing!

 Permalink 06/10/13 @ 18:53
Ken M

In response to: Tomcat LDAP authentication

Ken M [Visitor]

Dave– probably solved by now, but if you want to set various custom HTTP headers, you should create a Servlet Filter that will wrap HTTPRequest and return those headers. If I recall correctly, the headers are read-only and the only way to change them is to insert a filter into servlet processing chain. [Sounds like you’re trying to set up something similar to Siteminder or OpenSSO – they can set custom HTTP request headers with information about the current user.]

Overriding with a filter has one necessary characteristic. You should make sure that you strip any existing headers with the same name – e.g. if you add HTTP_USERNAME, make sure that you don’t pass whatever HTTP_USERNAME header that the request might have had. Otherwise, it’s way too easy for a user to add HTTP request headers to a request that otherwise might have failed.

 Permalink 06/08/13 @ 00:31
Abdulkadir Avan

In response to: Migrating a Windows XP VMware VM to a VirtualBox one

Abdulkadir Avan [Visitor]

Thank You To The Author!

 Permalink 06/04/13 @ 08:23
sid

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

sid [Visitor]

i am not able to edit my xml pages it says access denied.. What to do

 Permalink 05/06/13 @ 11:47
HEBERT

In response to: Looking for uuencode on RHEL6?

HEBERT [Visitor]

Sinon, y’a sharutils-4.7-6.1.el6.x86_64.rpm chez RedHat…

 Permalink 04/08/13 @ 17:52
R. GANAPATHI RAO

In response to: Get access to the OBP prompt on a Sun T5120 / T5220

R. GANAPATHI RAO [Visitor]

Friends,
My t5120 server once in a while hangs and when I connect serial console the server will be waiting at c)ontinue, s)ync, r)eboot, h)alt? and when press c system becomes normal, that too oracle continues to work normal. Tell me why this happens frequently??

 Permalink 04/08/13 @ 07:19
Vladimir

In response to: KVM and PXE boot

Vladimir [Visitor]

Splendid!
May I suggest one improvement:

virsh edit VMName

That way you’re editing directly, no need for redefine. Kind of like visudo :)

 Permalink 04/04/13 @ 10:54
David Nguyen

In response to: Migrating a Windows XP VMware VM to a VirtualBox one

David Nguyen [Visitor]

Excellent Post man. Thanks alot

 Permalink 03/30/13 @ 01:42
kchassa

In response to: Looking for uuencode on RHEL6?

kchassa [Visitor]

The sharutils package provides the uuencode command.

 Permalink 03/08/13 @ 14:51
David Walker

In response to: Routing with multihomed Linux when using VLAN tagging

David Walker [Visitor]

Excellent information. This writeup helped me straighten out a 12 vlan dhcp mess. Thanks!

david

 Permalink 03/08/13 @ 10:02
Paulo

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

Paulo [Visitor]

Thank you!!!

 Permalink 02/22/13 @ 17:54
Subrat

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

Subrat [Visitor]

Thanks…thanks a lot
I was struggling for one issue since two days but this tutorial helped me..
thanks

 Permalink 02/11/13 @ 06:22
Kiran

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

Kiran [Visitor]

I have my application url as
https://localhost:8443/appname
and when i try the url
http://localhost:8443/appname in chrome, it downloads something. Is there a way i can restrict it ?

 Permalink 01/10/13 @ 10:12
madi

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

madi [Visitor]

Thank you very much! The concept still works.

 Permalink 01/08/13 @ 03:58
ct

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

ct [Visitor]

Hi I have followed all the steps. Catalina log doesn`t have any errors but I still cannot get https to work…Please help me.

 Permalink 12/22/12 @ 15:07
lbalders

In response to: Library path in Solaris 10 (especially when using blastwave packages)

lbalders [Visitor]

> And how do we set the library path?

# man crle

# crle -l /lib:/usr/lib:/usr/sfw/lib

 Permalink 12/14/12 @ 23:04
Handy

In response to: Routing with multihomed Linux when using VLAN tagging

Handy [Visitor]

Great reading. You have a clue howto use virtual interfaces in combination with vlans? I was thinking like this:
ifcfg-eth0:2.100
ifcfg-eth0:3.100

But it ain’t working :-)

 Permalink 12/04/12 @ 14:27
David

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

David [Visitor]

Awesome. Thanks!

 Permalink 12/04/12 @ 00:21
DoXiD

In response to: KVM and PXE boot

DoXiD [Visitor]

running BT5 R2, this is not applicable.
virish is not a default tool in the kvm boundle, it is in fact a tool from the virt-manager package you mentioned you wouldn’t use. (libvirt-bin) and it requires netcat-openbsd which isn’t supported.

It’s a shame, really nice guide otherwise, well written and short.

 Permalink 11/29/12 @ 10:58
maddy

In response to: Routing with multihomed Linux when using VLAN tagging

maddy [Visitor]

A very nice tutorial. Thanks for this one. It helped me a lot.

 Permalink 11/27/12 @ 04:02
iftikhar Raziq.

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

iftikhar Raziq. [Visitor]

thank u so very much.works in 2012…….youtheman

 Permalink 11/20/12 @ 05:18
Doogie

In response to: Solaris 10 password length limitation

Doogie [Visitor]

Thankyou very much for sharing this!

 Permalink 11/19/12 @ 02:44
Hunter

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

Hunter [Visitor]

This option no longer works in the new Airport version as apple removed the disconnect all users button; however, the concept still works. I unplugged my Airport Extreme and then my disk. Turned them back on (router first) and everything worked - thanks.

 Permalink 11/16/12 @ 22:21
Moron411

In response to: Library path in Solaris 10 (especially when using blastwave packages)

Moron411 [Visitor]

And how do we set the library path, moron

 Permalink 11/10/12 @ 03:22
Thomas

In response to: Tomcat and SSL redirection

Thomas [Visitor]

Thank you very much!

 Permalink 11/09/12 @ 23:01
KinDn3sS

In response to: Get serial number on a MS Windows server

KinDn3sS [Visitor]

Great information, Thias!

 Permalink 09/28/12 @ 02:22
Mika

In response to: Tomcat LDAP authentication

Mika [Visitor]

Hi Mathias,

Thank you for this very good example.

- Mika

 Permalink 09/18/12 @ 12:35
Tom B

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

Tom B [Visitor]

The following simple method posted above, by “Tom Dibble,” worked perfect for me:

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Posted by Tom Dibble -

Another route which doesn’t require unplugging the disk from the Airport, is to select the Airport Extreme in Airport Utility, then go to the menu bar “Base Station” then “Restart".

The upside is that you don’t need to walk over to the base station and unplug thing / wait for a few seconds / plug back in. The downside is that anyone connecting to the base station via wireless (or at all, if this is acting as your router) will lose access to the internet / network for a few seconds while it reboots. Assuming you have everything set up to remember that base station network everything will just reconnect a few seconds later, and unless there is a download or Hulu stream going on you probably won’t even notice :)

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 Permalink 08/19/12 @ 18:55
Ammar

In response to: Migrating a Windows XP VMware VM to a VirtualBox one

Ammar [Visitor]

Thanks for this tip!

 Permalink 07/24/12 @ 09:45
Adam

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

Adam [Visitor]

Brilliant! Thank you.

 Permalink 07/24/12 @ 02:45
Sarah

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

Sarah [Visitor]

Thank you so much! This worked great!

 Permalink 07/11/12 @ 21:51
Jonathan S

In response to: Time Machine not completing backup due to backup disk already in use

Jonathan S [Visitor]

UPDATE NOTE:
If you are using a newer version of Airport Utility there is no “disconnect all users” button.
Solution: Manually disconnect users (turn off access with each machine.) For us this just meant turning off wi-fi on each machine since we’re on a time capsule.

Then just unplug the time capsule (or disc.) Wait a bit and plug back in.

Worked great! Thanks!!!

 Permalink 07/11/12 @ 19:19
Dave

In response to: Deploying msi packages to computers using a GPO

Dave [Visitor]

Thanks for the Tip buddy :)

 Permalink 07/04/12 @ 00:09