I'm very new to Linux and the solution might be easy so excuse me for that.
I'm trying to run an application called EnCase Remote Recovery, which basically takes a remote image of a system. In order to that, a "servlet" must be deployed on the remote machine. I don't care if the servlet started automatically or manually.
Here is what the guide says: (P.S: the servlet name is
- Method 1: To start it manually:
- 1.a: Copy the servlet to the machine (Done that).
- 1.b Insert the following before the STARTX command:LOAD
I have no idea what that means and as far as I know STARTX is something for GUI.
I tried executing this:
STARTX LOAD enlinuxpc and what I get is this:
/usr/bin/xterm: No absolute path found for shell: LOAD xinit: connection to x server lost
Method 2: Starting it using xinetd
- 2.a: Create a configuration file named enlinuxpc in the /etc/xinetd.d directory.
2.b: Using a text editor such as vi, insert the following text into the file, then save and close it.
socket_type = stream
protocol = tcp
port = 4445
type = UNLISTED
wait = yes
user = root
server = /usr/local/encase/enlinuxpc
server_args = -i -p /usr/local/encase
2.c: Restart the
I've done all these steps, however the servlet still not running.
- So how can I start it manually?
- Is there something missing for method 2?
I'm using Ubuntu.