Why not use an administrative client, or the Windows Java console that is on
the master CD.
From: Joshua Fielden [mailto:jfielden AT excitecorp DOT com]
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2000 12:50 AM
To: Ty Young
Cc: Veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
Subject: Re: [Veritas-bu] exporting HP's java display to other UNIX
I can state that with Sol 2.6 server and eXceed 6.1, piped through
SecureCRT's X11 forwarding, that I do not get _any_ 'window decorations' at
all, so it becomes unusable. I dug up xbpadn from 3.2 for use on our 3.4
installation, and it works fine for all I need it to do from home.
On Wed, Sep 13, 2000 at 10:54:16PM -0500, Ty Young filled up my inbox with:
> I was amazed to read in the SysAdmin manual for Netbackup 3.4GA (UNIX)
> NetBackup's java interface can only be exported from the server to a
> host if it's (a) running on a Solaris box on the server end, and (b) also
> running Solaris on the client end. (So, in my situation of having an HPUX
> 11.0 server, I'm pretty much out of luck, according to this statement.)
> However, I've discovered that the statement is, in fact, untrue, because I
> can export the display of my HPUX 11 server to my PC, running WinNT, and
> using Reflection-X (or eXceed.)
> Anybody have any comments or suggestions? I'm not as much of a fan of,
> expert in, HPUX as I am Solaris, but I sort-of like the HPUX system I'm
> testing this on right now. But I need to be able to export the display to
> my Sun workstation too...
> Thanks for any comments or reactions...
> Veritas-bu maillist - Veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
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"the fact has not created in me a sense of obligation."
Joshua Fielden, Senior Systems Administrator and Backups Team Lead
eXcite@Home, Inc. jfielden AT excitecorp DOT com 650-556-3316
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