Root access on a solaris 10 system connected via cable internet

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Hi,

Comfort and peace, I wish you.


Here is a free access....

telnet to 98.215.91.249 on port 2033


About breaking something, do not worry.


username: root


password:


(just hit "enter")

This access is on a Solaris 10 system. That system has 4 CPU's. It is
connected via cable modem. You may, test speeds etc....


To you, I decided to provide root access. Root access, will, help you
to learn.


This is a non-global zone, so, certain features may be not present.


You may, on this system,install packages(install web servers etc),
you
may, install patches(learn how to patch a Solaris system), you may
install software, etc..... http://sunfreeware.com offers many free
packages....do not hesitate to install any you like.... http://sunsolve.sun.com
offers free Sun patches, try installing some. If you have any
problem,
then, to contact me, do not hesitate.


Try to keep connection on, sometimes the connection may, "time
out"....I'm working on fixing it.... Play around with the
system..learn, enjoy..


What I may do to help, let me know. How to connect to the system: You
may, on the dos prompt, type: telnet 98.215.91.249 2033 (the spaces
between, the word, "telnet", and, "98.215.91.249", and, "2033" are
important)


Kartik Vashishta

Re: Root access on a solaris 10 system connected via cable internet
On Mar 31, 6:56=A0pm, solquesti...@lycos.com wrote:
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new IP/host to connect to:
trainingzone.getmyip.com at port 2033   so, the command is:
telnet trainingzone.getmyip.com 2033
If there are issues, please, contact me.

Kartik Vashishta

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