I have a software program that when you try to install it on Centos it returns "This programs requires RHEL 4" Is there a work around to get the software to use the Centos software the same as it would RHEL 4?
i opened up my browser to surf the web and a page popped up i had never seen before.Apache 2 Test page powered by centos. Any address i put into my firefox browser won't come up and i'm stuck on this test page and,i can't locate it on my computer to remove it.How do i get rid of it and more importantly how did it get on my computer in the first place?
A client has sent me an RHEL 5.1 box for me to do some work on, but it's not registered with Red Hat. This is causing me problems, because it's a minimal installation, and I need some more dev software.My immediate reaction was to install various bits (emacs, and so on) from my Centos 5(.0) DVD.The base RHEL system only had one (disabled) repo entry,so I added a yum DVD repo entry in yum.conf.d.
This looked good to start with, but it doesn't work. Something in RHEL's pirut/yum/rpm/whatever is getting confused, and can't work out what is/isn't installed.
Question - how do you maintain an unregistered RHEL box? Has RH done something to make life difficult? Is my problem simply that I'm using a Centos 5.0 DVD, instead of Centos 5.1? Am I stuck with downloading lots of rpms from the net and doing everything manually? I really don't want to do that.
We have CentOS on an HP proliant g5 server and attached to it is an DAS with 3 branches of disks so 5 - 5 - 5 drives.Now what we had so far there is that every branch was on raid 5 and totaling 3 mounted drives each with 4TB (disks are 1Tb each).But a couple days ago something happened while i was replacing older drives with some bad sectors with new one. What I did is to remove old drive, put in new one, initialize and attach to array and rebuild starts.Now somehow 2 drievs ( as i was rebuilding 2 arrays at once) switched place.so disk on 1_1_5 and disk on 1_3_5 switched place. There coul dbe possibility that I made mistake and assigned them to different arrays when initializing but that is really hardly as i replaced one then later another so...
Anyway to the to the point.Is there painless option to remove 1 disk from array and then assign it to other array and then let raid rebuild everything normally?I;ve made backup of everything there so there is no fear of loosing anything...By the way at the same time when that switch happens a partition from 1 raid array completely dis speared and there is only unallocated space on that one right now.
We are slowly migrating from a predominantly Windows house to a 50/50 Win/RHEL operation and even further in the future.Currently, we have a LOT of Windows folders that are created by custom applications which, upon creation of a new folder set, applies the corresponding ACL so that only the associated groups are able to access the folders. Now for the problem, we are migrating the applications to a RHEL55 environment and it is creating the folders on that system now but the groups are still residing in the Windows AD. Is there an "easy" (I know, a very relative term) to have the Windows groups given permission to the Linux shares without very much manual intervention?
I am trying to download RHEL 5.4 AS version for testing..But under [URL] There is no specific link for AS version or ES version..How can I detect which iso is for AS and which one for ES..? There are separate links for AS and ES version for RHEL 4.x version but why is it not available for RHEL 5.x versions?
I have just installed slackware 13 on an old machine I am bringing back into use. As I have a spare Linksys wmp54g card I would like to try to get the wireless networking in place.From reading the forum the relevant advice seems to be fairly old (2004-2006). I wonder if anyone can advise me what the current steps would be?
I have migrtaed from Arch, my first experience with linux for the past 2 months, to Debian and i'm currently setting up my system. I have a X61s Thinkpad with a cracked screen which i use with the ultrabase with an external monitor and keyboard. The monitor requires me to use fbset on console and xrandr for a graphical enviroment Whilst i was using Arch i used 'startx' to access openbox and placed my xrandr configuration in ~/.xinitrc but with debian i have wanted to use a login manager, Slim.
Because i am using KMS for my intel based system i don't have an xorg.conf and because i am using slim i am not using ~/.xinitrc I read somwhere that creating an ~/.xprofile file would solve this but i have not had any luck. So i am wondering where would be the best place to put the xrandr configuration?
what is the diffrence between RHEL and Centos. diffrences between support,packges, Xwindow, organization funda, someone say redhat is launch Centos like fedora. but when fedora for beta, RHEL for tested with formal support so why redhat launch this Centos.i get some information from net but not sufficiant for me..
I've been looking for a way to run windows-only vst plugins nativley on linux as well as to find a linux driver for my 1394 audio interface with little luck; I would like to do so without relying on wine, and have come across an idea to work out after stumbling on a utility that converts dll to lib (called dll2lib). The idea would be to convert the dll's for a proprietary fw audio dev and dependent MS libraries and manually change what's needed to make it compatible with linux env. is this possible; will I be able to achieve source code from this? if not, what is the primary point of converting a dll to lib in the first place.
I add a user in my linux machine using the command 'useradd' as shown below. # /usr/sbin/useradd -c "Non Root User" -d "/home/testUser" -g root testUser "/etc/passwd" file shows that user created with uid '517'
Using a python script, I am gathering various info about all the ethernet adapters installed. For this I am parsing all the directories(each directory represent a ethernet adapter) inside"/sys/class/net/" directory.Is this is the correct place and de-facto standard for listing ethernet adapters?I am concerned about modern distros as well as a bit older ones for the presence of this directory.