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by OraISV
2007/09/19 03:44:38
Forum: CentOS 4 - General Support
Topic: howto kickstart from USB?
Replies: 2
Views: 440

howto kickstart from USB?

I have used a kickstart file successfully from a floppy with this command: boot: linux ks=floppy:/ksxxxx.cfg On a new server, I have no floppy, so I am trying to kickstart from a USB memory stick, and I don't know the file path to use. I have tried: boot: linux ks=/media/USB_DISK/kickstart_5.cfg boo...
by OraISV
2007/09/19 03:24:05
Forum: CentOS 4 - Oracle Installation and Support
Topic: Success Stories
Replies: 16
Views: 14632

Re: Success Stories

I posted the original success-stories question awhile back.
This is an update.

Since January 2006, we have three machines now running Centos4.2,
Oracle and Oracle application server.

No problems, ever.
by OraISV
2006/03/10 02:32:24
Forum: CentOS 4 - Oracle Installation and Support
Topic: Installing Oracle on Linux - References
Replies: 2
Views: 918

Installing Oracle on Linux - References

Here is another page with lots of information about Oracle on Linux.
The author endorses CentOS, but the pages mostly references RedHat

[url=http://www.dizwell.com/oracle/articles/ora-lin.htm]Dizwell: Introduction to Oracle on Linux[/url]

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by OraISV
2006/03/01 15:51:23
Forum: CentOS 4 - Server Support
Topic: vsftpd, " ftp: connect: No route to host "
Replies: 3
Views: 14275

Caused by CentOS firewall

== update == We discovered that the firewall on CentOS 4.2 is blocking ftp passive mode transfers. We need to figure out how to get the firewall to allow these transfers. ================================== More info: If I turn passive mode OFF, ftp works fine ftp> passive Passive mode off. ftp> ls 2...
by OraISV
2006/03/01 02:01:03
Forum: CentOS 4 - Server Support
Topic: vsftpd, " ftp: connect: No route to host "
Replies: 3
Views: 14275

vsftpd, " ftp: connect: No route to host "

I can log into ftp from a remote server. I get request for user name and password. Everything looks fine, and I attempt a transfer. I have removed identifying info fromt the output shown below. [root@www ~]# ftp rxxxxxxst.com Connected to rxxxxxxst.com 220 (vsFTPd 2.0.1) 530 Please login with USER a...
by OraISV
2006/02/26 05:17:10
Forum: CentOS 4 - Webhosting Support
Topic: command to find and replace a word in files directory wide
Replies: 2
Views: 3282

Re: command to find and replace a word in files directory wide

This perl command will do it: perl -pi -e 's?old_string?new_string?g' `grep -lr old_string . ` Be sure to test first in a harmless directory .. It will find every instance and modify it and it won't ask you if you really mean it. This: 's?old_string?new_string?g' means substitute old string with new...
by OraISV
2006/02/16 22:39:31
Forum: CentOS 4 - Oracle Installation and Support
Topic: Success Stories
Replies: 16
Views: 14632

Success Stories

Oracle may never "certify" CentOS, but we, as a community of users, can share enough information to build a similar level of trust. My own opinion is that too many people have worked for free for too long on Linux to have it ever become a proprietary platform. So, Please use this thread to tell othe...
by OraISV
2006/02/16 22:28:01
Forum: CentOS 4 - Oracle Installation and Support
Topic: CentOS and Oracle 10g (AS/RAC/PORTAL/REPORTS)
Replies: 7
Views: 2046

Re: CentOS and Oracle 10g (AS/RAC/PORTAL/REPORTS)

On CentOS 4.2:

We installed Oracle 10G database version 10.2.0.1.0
And Forms & Reports server version 10.1.2

The Oracle verification script did not flag CentOS 4.2 as being a problem.
Maybe this red hat file is no longer needed.

- Bob
by OraISV
2006/02/16 00:22:23
Forum: CentOS 4 - Oracle Installation and Support
Topic: How about setting up an Oracle support forum?
Replies: 4
Views: 1528

Re: How about setting up an Oracle support forum?

[quote] mariano wrote: I would love to participate. I'm testing Oracle right now on CentOS and I'm sure we all can get something valuable from other people experiences. A forum in order to focuse all doubts is a great idea. Regards.[/quote] Thanks for your reply. We have successfully installed Oracl...
by OraISV
2006/02/08 20:25:37
Forum: CentOS 4 - Oracle Installation and Support
Topic: How about setting up an Oracle support forum?
Replies: 4
Views: 1528

How about setting up an Oracle support forum?

Apologize for reposting this from another area, but it was very difficult to get to that general forum from the main menu, so I thought that perhaps people were not seeing this question. My company is an Oracle ISV and we are evaluating using CENTOS to run Oracle database and application server. We ...

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