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Xmanager - Linux

girreis

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Dear,

Using the program is Xmanager Enterprise 2.0 Xshell to access Solaris and Linux servers, which happens on a Linux server (RedHat) was installed the TSM Client 5.5 and dsmj & execute the command, the GUI TSM is white, how to solve this?

Thank you for your attention,

Ramon
 

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Command line? As for the GUI working, sometimes its best not to try accessing it using the X-window manager but through a web browser. Do you have the CAD running? Since many servers don't have the full X-window server environment running many admins use the web based client or the command line.
 

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