I have loaded oracle 10g. I have made a shell namely Menu and copied it inside the /home/oracle directory. In the .bash_profile, entry has been made sh ./Menu. I want to execute this Menu whenever I login as oracle user.My system does not executeell. However, I am able to activate this shell by typing sh ./Menu from $ prompt
this is my situation,I'm taking backup for some files in that i need to append the sysdate so that i can easily identify which file has to restore at some point,I've tried the following In my bash_profile(RHEL4)
Code: SYSDATE=`%d/%m/%Y` export SYSDATE
i tried after relogin to another terminal ,but when i give the following command
Code: [malick@home ~]$ echo $SYSDATE [malick@home ~]$ source ~/.bash_profile bash: fg: %d/%m/%Y: no such job
I don't know what to do ,once the sysdate is set i can add that element to my script where it takes the back up
I have installed Oracle Database server in Red Hat Linux for the first time. I edited the .bash_profile first time & defined some parameters like "export ORACLE_SID =orcl".I quit the editing. Then When I entered ". .bash_profile" it got error " not a valid identifier" it shows like "bash: export: '=orcl' : not a valid identifier for all the lines I edited it shows same error beacause I think I put a space in between "ORACLE_SID" & "=orcl".
So when I tried to edit that using "vi .bash_profile" being a normal user. It doesn't allow me editing.when I try to delete that space (because I think I have got error) using Backspace key on my computer,,it just moves the cursor to left in stead of deleting that space.
I have some Flex and Java files which can be compiled with JDK1.5. My server was already loaded with 1.4 (at path /usr/bin/java) and our sys admin(I dont know why) copied another JDK, JDK 1.5 at path /usr/java/jdk1.5.0_16/. It seems very easy to use this java. Just set the path in .bash_profile. I did it and now if I run which java I still see the path for java 1.4 not java 1.5. Am I doing something wrong? Following is actual entry from bash_profile
I have installed Damn Small Linux on an old laptop.very boot reports that the SSH has loaded as I have configured it to do so but does not load startx as instructed in .bash_profile.After bootup, the following is reported by the system.-bash: /home/dsl/.bash_profile: line 12: syntax error: unexpected end of fileThis is the content of the .bash_profile
Linux version 2.6.18-194.el5 (email@example.com) (gcc version 4.1.2 20080704 (Red Hat 4.1.2-48)) #1 SMP Tue Mar 16 21:52:43 EDT 2010Am using VWware ESX to host this guest operating system. When it clears post, the screen goes to the red background you typically see right before the login prompt comes up... but it never does. If the machine made it on the wire I can putty to it, but through deploying these, the machine isn't always on the wire and I need to be able to use VMware's viewer to gain access to it
I'm totally new to linux and a more experienced friend advised me to install slackware if I want to get the best possible understanding of how linux works. I've installed slackware but having logged in as root, when I type the command "startx" to load the GUI I get this error message:
(==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.0.log", Time: Sun Oct 24 14:40:24 2010 (==) Using config file: "/etc/X11/xorg.conf" (EE) intel(0): Given depth (4) is not supported by I830 driver (EE) intel(1): [drm] failed to set drm interface version. (EE) intel(1): Failed to become DRM master.
I just installed slackware on my pc. The installation went fine (I think). When I am trying to turn the computer on, I am asked to type the "host login". As I can remember I didn't write any username, or password. But as it seems, I have to type this in to login. I tried with "root", then this comes up "root@host:^#" if this is right, what should I type here to get further...
I have a toshiba netbook, and I'm running linux slackware 13.The sound card is an HDA intel.So far I've ran alsaconf and configured the above mentioned sound card. I've also gone into the alsamixer and unmuted everything and turn the volume up.I get absolutely no audio.
Quote: The precompiled Slackware kernels are available in the /kernels directory on the Slackware CD-ROM or on the FTP site in the main Slackware directory. I am unable to reach it, what's the proper login?
There are things that I want to have for all my users.For example, I want to set the java_home, the PATH, I want to mount a drive, etc ...I understand there is a .bash_profile file that does that, but it seems I need to copy the code for all users every time.Is there some kind of MASTER file that sets all those things before running the individual profile files?
I have just started using ubuntu and use the terminal a lot.I would like to edit it(blue username).I have tried changing the .bash_profile file, but my changes do not seem to affect it.I also added an alias to bash.bashrc but my computer started looping at login I reinstalled. I dont know if that caused it (I doubt it, but I didnt do anything else, though undoing it didnt work). what to put in the .bash_profile file. It is currently blank, and nothing I add seems to work (using online tutorials).Using ubuntu 10.10 (netbook) and normal - I would like to edit the netbook edition, though I thought they would be the same.
I am curious since "Run command as a login shell" is UNTICKED (I think for all new users) under Gnome Terminal -> Menu Bar -> Profiles -> Edit -> Title and Command , BUT .bash_profile is sourced. I thought .bashrc should be sourced instead ?
I have installed Centos 5 for Oracle on my PC. I observe that everytime I have to execute .bash_profile. Otherwise I get command not found message.How to change this behaviour so that it executes automatically everytime I open a new terminal or a tab.The bash_profile is as follows. I notice that the same entry is in another Centos 5 installation in another PC, But I don't have to executeeverytime the bash_profile .
# .bash_profile # Get the aliases and functions if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
I'm new to slackware and I am going to try install 13 but I would like to know how well MythTv will run on slackware 13. There are so many parts to MythTv that I thought there might be issues with depedencies not being up to date, etc.If you have it running on 13 were there any issues to work through?
While I was installing some packages, the power in my street went out (uncleanly killing my system) ... unfortunately Kpackage was open at the time of the power outage. Now when I try to use KPackage, I get "Login Problem, Please Login Manually" ... which does not allow me to login using either the root or user's password. I have rebooted my computer many times and have even run a 'reiserfsck /dev/*** --fix-fixable' on my system, which did not repair the problem.
I have researched this error, but have only found responses that people suggest changing the KPackage behaviour from 'su' to 'sudo' ... ; while this does work, it feels like a 'putting-a-band-aid-over-a-warning-light-so-I-can't-see-the-warning-light-anymore' kind of 'fix?' which isn't good as it would enable anyone using the system to add or remove packages without thought or consequence. What I would prefer to do is actually fix the problem so that proper root password entering is again required to add or remove packages, so my question is:
1. Does anyone know if KPackage 'locks' out a file(s) on the system which may be preventing me from logging into the program correctly, and if so what and where the file(s) may be?
2. Can I delete any kpackage (profile?) file to gain normal login behaviour again?
3. Is this a permissions error?, has something in users/groups? been broken that I can look into?
4. how I may be able to properly repair this KPackage login problem on my system?
I have a ubuntu 9.10 machine which is left 24/76, as my "download server". I have Vuze/Azureus installed, which I control mainly through the HTML UI, so rarely log into the machine.
Currently, when the machine restarts (not often) I have to log in via NeatX, and run Vuze. I then disconnect, and use the HTML UI.
Is it possible to set Vuze to run automatically, on startup, without the neeed to log in ? If I did this, where exactly would it be running ? As what user ? And what would happen if I then logged in, and ran it in a session ?