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Re: ftp sftp get problem
  06/18 . 3760  Yutaka Sato [84]
___ Hi, On what OS are you using DeleGate? I think you are lucky if you see it works without a problem on your machine. I tested gateways of {HTTP,HTTPS,FTP,FTPS} toward sftp on different platforms incl
  06/18 . 3761  Nuellmann, Thorsten [108]
___ Debian sarge ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [mailto:feedback@delegate.org] Sent: Montag, 18. Juni 2007 09:24 To: feedback@delegate.org Cc: Nuellmann, Thorsten; feedback@delegate.org Subjec
Re: minimum neccessary libs
  06/18 . 3762  Yutaka Sato [31]
___ Hi, By the way, could you tell me the easiest way to run minibsd on a virtual machine server? I have VirtualPC, Parallels Desktop and VMWare thus if there is an ISO image of a minibsd it'll so easy
Re: ftp sftp get problem
  06/18 . 3763  Yutaka Sato [41]
___ Hmm... I have Debian 3.1 on VMWare with sftp dated Nov. 2004: -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 61164 2004-11-29 00:33 /usr/bin/sftp It seems that the version does not have the problem of "ECHO" but has the pr
Re: minimum neccessary libs
  06/19 . 3764  Joe Moore [70]
___ Yutaka, I am not aware of any minibsd images for vmware, but I haven't really looked very hard for them either. I am using a FreeBSD install on vmware workstation to produce image files that can be
  06/19 . 3765  Yutaka Sato [28]
___ Joe, Thank you for your offer. I have several free USB disks including 32MB flash and 4GB/8GB HDD. Can I use them for VMware, on Windows ? Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <y.sato@delegate.org> http:/
  06/19 . 3766  Joe Moore [59]
___ Yutaka, VMware workstation 6 (for windows) fully supports USB 2.0 in VMs. I believe workstation version 5 supports USB 1.0. Neither will support USB at all if you enable the "ESX server" compatibili
  06/19 . 3767  Yutaka Sato [29]
___ Joe, Since I'm doing my development mainly on MacOSX, I'm waiting the release of the product version of VMWare on MacOSX. So I'm just using "VMWare Server" on Windows for a while. It seems that it d
  06/19 . 3768  Joe Moore [78]
___ Yutaka, You are correct. The VMware "BIOS" will not boot from a USB device. You could however write a bootable image to a USB flash drive from a VM and then boot any PC that supports USB boot device
  06/19 . 3769  Yutaka Sato [58]
___ Joe, You mean that it is not used to boot a VM but a real machine? Possiblly I'll understand what you mean in future :) I think such image will be useful to demonstrate what is minibsd ... You can s
  06/20 . 3770  Joe Moore [50]
___ ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [mailto:feedback@delegate.org] Sent: Monday, June 18, 2007 5:18 PM To: feedback@delegate.org Cc: Joe Moore; feedback@delegate.org Subject: Re: [DeleGate-En:3
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