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    So you want to see what it is like to be on a 64-bit Unix system? Hp test drive will let you test and try out a variety of systems. It's old news for me but it's still fun as hell.


    Want to try the latest technologies over the Internet? This program allows you to test drive some of the hottest hardware and operating systems available today. Have you ever wanted to try out  HP's exciting 64-bit Itanium, Alpha, and PA-RISC technology? Get time on SMP ProLiants? Try different Open Source operating systems? Do it here! Just register for an account and fasten your seatbelt!
    Here is a list of systems you can log in to and play with. Btw, there aint no gui, so if your not a hardcore Linux user this might not be for you.

    Hp Test Drive

    systems
    Alpha
    Itanium
    PA-RISC
    x86
    operating systems
    *BSD
    HP-UX
    Linux
    OpenVMS
    Tru64 UNIX
    clusters
    Beowulf
    OpenVMS Galaxy
    Red Hat Advanced Server
    TruCluster
    intel
    Compilers and Tools
    Programs and Services
    oracle
    Oracle9i
    Oracle9iAS Portal
    Oracle9i RAC
    Oracle Rdb
    compilers
    Compaq
    GCC
    Kednos PL/I
    demo
    Iona Orbix E2A
    software
    Java
    tools
    Tru64 Unix to HP-UX Transition Tools



    shn

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    Sounds cool.

    I signed up but they haven't give me a password yet.

    How does this work? Is it ssh or telnet based?

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    Originally posted by LSA@21 February 2004 - 20:54
    Sounds cool.

    I signed up but they haven't give me a password yet.

    How does this work?  Is it ssh or telnet based?
    Telnet

    They will send you confirmation soon. Just dont do anything I wouldnt do once you get in

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    Remember that the Testdrive Program is for users to test and develop applications on HP systems, get a feel for HP's technology, and familiarize themselves with the systems offered.  Users that use the systems for malicious activities should realize they are interfering with a FREE service offered to the Developer community at large. This only serves to reduce the available services for everyone.
    Screw j00 hp!

    I opened telnet and it doesn't work!

    [loren@put3r loren]$ telnet 192.233.54.145
    Trying 192.233.54.145...
    telnet: connect to address 192.233.54.145: Connection refused

    Opened port 23!



    Am I making some stupid mistake again?

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    Originally posted by LSA@21 February 2004 - 21:08
    Remember that the Testdrive Program is for users to test and develop applications on HP systems, get a feel for HP's technology, and familiarize themselves with the systems offered.  Users that use the systems for malicious activities should realize they are interfering with a FREE service offered to the Developer community at large. This only serves to reduce the available services for everyone.
    Screw j00 hp!

    I opened telnet and it doesn't work!

    [loren@put3r loren]$ telnet 192.233.54.145
    Trying 192.233.54.145...
    telnet: connect to address 192.233.54.145: Connection refused

    Opened port 23!



    Am I making some stupid mistake again?
    Why would you open port 23 LSA? It's an outgoing connection.

    It works. There are multiple ip addreses for you to connect to. The ip address you connect to depends on the box you want to log in to.

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    Originally posted by shn@21 February 2004 - 21:11
    Why would you open port 23 LSA? It's an outgoing connection.

    It works. There are multiple ip addreses for you to connect to. The ip address you connect to depends on the box you want to log in to.
    I'm don't know... :">

    I tried disabling the firewall, and I still couldn't connect.

    [loren@put3r loren]$ telnet 192.233.54.192
    Trying 192.233.54.192...
    telnet: connect to address 192.233.54.192: Connection refused
    [loren@put3r loren]$ telnet 192.233.54.156
    Trying 192.233.54.156...
    telnet: connect to address 192.233.54.156: Connection refused
    [loren@put3r loren]$ telnet 192.233.54.141
    Trying 192.233.54.141...
    telnet: connect to address 192.233.54.141: Connection refused


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    Strange world we live in

    [fedora@023 fedora]$ telnet
    telnet> o
    (to) 192.233.54.192
    Trying 192.233.54.192...
    Connected to 192.233.54.192.
    Escape character is '^]'.

    HP-UX spe192 B.11.11 U 9000/800 (ta)

    login:

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    [loren@put3r loren]$ telnet
    telnet> o
    (to) 192.233.54.192
    Trying 192.233.54.192...
    telnet: connect to address 192.233.54.192: Connection refused




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    Originally posted by LSA@21 February 2004 - 21:25
    [loren@put3r loren]$ telnet
    telnet> o
    (to) 192.233.54.192
    Trying 192.233.54.192...
    telnet: connect to address 192.233.54.192: Connection refused



    Where are you from?

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    Originally posted by shn@21 February 2004 - 21:29
    Where are you from?
    Wisconsin, I did an nmap scan of the ip

    [loren@put3r loren]$ nmap -P0 192.233.54.192

    Starting nmap 3.48 ( http://www.insecure.org/nmap/ ) at 2004-02-21 20:33 CST
    Interesting ports on 192.233.54.192:
    (The 1642 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: filtered)
    PORT STATE SERVICE
    21/tcp open ftp
    23/tcp closed telnet
    43/tcp closed whois
    98/tcp closed linuxconf
    111/tcp closed rpcbind
    464/tcp closed kpasswd5
    515/tcp closed printer
    524/tcp closed ncp
    535/tcp closed iiop
    543/tcp closed klogin
    544/tcp closed kshell
    554/tcp closed rtsp
    631/tcp closed ipp
    749/tcp closed kerberos-adm
    901/tcp closed samba-swat

    Nmap run completed -- 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 149.044 seconds

    I ftp'ed them and that works

    They give me a .bash_profile awww

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