Re: Server Access Problem

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Can you install any packages on the server through kvm?  If so, try to
install Webmin ( or

With that you can install SSH, FTP, etc.  Works very nice and the
interface is as the website above.


> On Fri, 2006-10-20 at 16:40 +0100, Dan Track wrote:
>> Hi
>> I've got an interesting problem. Basically I've installed a server (to
>> be honest its rhel 2.1), and I neglected to install any network tools.
>> I currently don't have physical access to it. I only have kvm access
>> to the console. Since I can't find any familiar network tools e.g
>> wget, ftp, ssh .telnet I'm at a loss as to how to download the
>> packages on to the server. Just to add the server does have network
>> connectivty.
> I'm surprised there's no ssh server (openssh-server is the package name
> iirc), I thought that was installed by default.
>> Does anybody have any smart ideas?
> It certainly should have rpm and up2date.
> up2date -i wget openssh-server <whatever else you want>
> - Daniel Challen.
> P.S. You may have better luck asking on the RHEL mailing lists.
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