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Old 11-24-2015, 04:06 AM   #1
shrirang7
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1) Whenever I load a CD in the cdrom it gets recognised.The contents of d get displayed on the screen.But the CD doesn't start playing.Sound card is available as test sound button operates and gives a sound.How to proceed.
2) when I connect to network through Xdsl the connection activates.The https/www.google.co.in. opens. Can read emails in gmail folder.But whenever I try to connect to internet banking site of state bank of India the first page opens. when trying to login to the banksight a message like" cannot connect to https:/www.onlinesbi.com " appears.All cookies have been enabled.All crypto combinations have been tried to no avail.What can be the reason.I try to connect to network through Konqueror web browser.
3) When I connect a Pendrive to the USB port its details can be seen in scsi. I do not know how to open this device to download the file from it to office window.
how can I operate the Linux 9 sustem to get over the above three points.
Regaeds,
Shrirang Pandit.
 
Old 11-24-2015, 09:00 PM   #2
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Please provide more information, for example:

What distro/version and what desktop/window manager are you using?

What type of CD are loading (music, data file storage, etc.)?

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When I connect a Pendrive to the USB port its details can be seen in scsi
What do you mean by "can be seen in scsi"? Does the device show in /etc/mtab?

You might want to take a look at this.
 
Old 11-25-2015, 12:44 AM   #3
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2) when I connect to network through Xdsl the connection activates.The https/www.google.co.in. opens. Can read emails in gmail folder.But whenever I try to connect to internet banking site of state bank of India the first page opens. when trying to login to the banksight a message like" cannot connect to https:/www.onlinesbi.com " appears.
The address https:/www.onlinesbi.com is malformed. Try https://www.onlinesbi.com (with two slashes).

What's Linux 9?
 
Old 12-06-2015, 04:32 AM   #4
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The details are as follows:
1) Program name is Linux: Version:9 ( Shrike ); Release date:31 Mar.2003; Kernel version:2.4.20-8.
2) scsi means The KDE panel system information module. In this case the desktop used is KDE 3.1-10 Red Hat. The Pendrive vendor is Jetflash; Model is Transcend 4.0 GB; Rev:8.07; Type: Direct access . ANSI SCSI revision:02. I want to download some office information stored in this pendrive to the computer in open office calc. which is available on my PC.
3) CD loaded was a music ; the sound card test as explained in the system is ok and reproduces sound in the speakers.But the songs do not play.
 
Old 12-06-2015, 06:07 AM   #5
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Your Linux is Red Hat Linux 9, so old it hasn't been supported for many years. I don't know if anybody can help you with such an old system; I can't (except for the wrong URL earlier).

My suggestion: Backup the data and install a more recent distro. Since your PC is probably old as well, go for a lightweight distro like Lubuntu or Puppy Linux.
 
  


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