According to the traceroute result, the SYN packets could not be passed through to reach the final destination. Recently I figure out the issue which is from the DNS query response from tested DNS server such as 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, and 184.108.40.206.
So, I installed a minimal install of Fedora 15 to create a server for a web application. I also installed PostgreSQL 9.1 from pgrpms.org. PostgreSQL install went well. Locally, I was able to initdb, start and psql in to change the postgres password. Now, I have installed pgAdmin on a Windows system on the same subnet. However, I cannot connect.
On 12/12/2013 12:09 PM, Rodrigo Ferraz wrote: > Hey Ted, > > I'm sorry for the misunderstanding. I'll try to clarify a bit. APC's > java application communicates with the ups using this cdc-acm driver, > which is a default module of kernel 2.6.18-164.11.1.el5 on a standard > install of CentOS 5.5.
1. Key changes from squid 2.4: - ---Major rewrite of proxy authentication to support other schemes -than basic. First in the line is NTLM support but others can -easily be added (minimal digest is present).
Sep 29, 2015 · 2015-09-29 11:59 PM Bug report #13442 (Feedback): Processing/batch mode: "select from..." do not fill correctly rows I don't see this is an issue The Grids parameter is a multiple input parameter, so you are supposed to be able to se...
E.g., to create a custom service for an SSH server listening on a non-standard port for SSH, you could use something like the following, if the server is listening on port 2005: set service "Auburn SSH" protocol tcp src-port 1024-65535 dst-port 2005-2005
Run nslookup, and verify that the machine can reach the DNS server. Ensure that the correct DNS server is specified and you have connectivity to that server. Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer. Ensure that you have permissions to add computers to the domain.
One of the other problems was that I could not get pgadmin to start up on Windows. and correctly connect. There was a libpq.dll missing. Apparently (you'll find another post on stackoverflow about this), the file was there in a few places on Win XP. So I copied all of the postgres DLL files to Windows/System32 and it fixed that. That's it!
*"Failed to connect to the pgAdmin application server. Click here to try again."* I didn't find any log or something which could give me more details about the connection problem. Windows 10 is installed on my box and I don't have any firewall. Do you have any idea how I can fix the issue. Thank you! Best regards, Akos