Im currently having a lot of trouble being able to execute a windows 2000 exe file which is located on my windows 2000 desktop remotely from my CentOS 4.4 linux computer. I have tried installing copSSH on the windows 2000 computer and I'm successfully able to login to the computer via CentOS, but when I do ./Myprogram.exe from my CentOS box it just hangs there and does not execute the program. I however am able to shutdown the windows computer by sending the command ./shutdown -t -u from CentOS after installing a third party freeware shutdown utility in to the C:/winnt/system32 folder. I have also tried installing a program called winexe onto my CentOS computer which supposidley allows the ability to remotely send commands to windows and execute programs from centOS. However I keep getting problems running this program on my centOS box. When I tried to install the precompiled package and run it, it would say
"FATAL: kernel too old:"
Segmentation Fault core dumped
When I tried to compile the source program on my computer by running their command ./autogen.sh, it would give the error
"need autoconf 2.54 or later to build samba from SVN.
I'm completely lost here and have no idea what to do. I can't upgrade the current kernel version either. I have to be able to make it work with what I currently have. Is it possible at all?