I have a client/server application that work over a telnet connection, and it does not support SSH. Basically the client opens a telnet connection to the server, which starts a specific shell, and the client sends commands over the telnet connection to that shell. The problem is that I need to make this work over a ssh connection, and the remote server does not have telnet services, so I cannot use a tunnel over the ssh connection. I need some kind of telnet emulator that will offer a telnet endpoint to the client, while connecting through ssh to the server. Is there any way to do this?
Well, now suppose I had altered the configuration of my Cyberoam firewall so that -for example- I could access cyberoam login screen remotely WITHOUT actually going outside and try to access the login screen from a different netwrork, I mean I want to try something like that without leaving my internal network, thanks in advance.
DEvice ,Intex Indie 5 ,Android 7 OTg mouse is working fine
only swipe up to unlock gesture not working
tried with double click,scroll,right click also
I want to play some RPG games on Android, but I own a mediocre phone which does not run them well. Running them inside Android-x86 on my PC sure runs them better, but there’s just one problem: these apps don’t support keyboard/mouse control. They have virtual navigation buttons on screen, which need be both tapped and swiped. I can do that with the mouse, but that’s not useful. I need to bind specific tap and swipe actions with keyboard buttons, so that whenever I press that key, the corresponding tap/swipe actions will be emulated on corresponding part of the screen. Is there a solution for this? Or is it a far cry?
I did some looking around and I’m struggling quite a bit in finding the answer.
I’m working on a Google Script for Google Sheets that works like a Vlookup, where you define a cell for it to look at, and use the information found within that cell to search ANOTHER range of cells elsewhere.
Use the value from A1 (Sheet 1) to search in the 1st column (Sheet 2) and then return the value from that row in the 3rd column.
=VLOOKUP(A1, ‘Sheet 2’!A1:D4, 3) Bearing in mind that since this is a Script and not a Formula, the fact that A1 is in Sheet 1 and not Sheet 2 would of course need to somehow be defined
The build was successful but I can’t emulate it:
When i want to check the file, the ‘platform/ios/build’ folder doesn’t even exist
I’m using osx Mojave btw