I just installed the Ubuntu 9.10 and then installed Oracle 10 Express and all went fine. I can access oracle on 127.0.0.1:8080/apex address however when I try to access the server on it's external ip address (192.168.1.14) even when I'm on my Ubuntu machine it's failing. I'm new to Linux so I'm sure this should be silly and simple issue but I can't find a way around it. I need this so I can access the oracle server from outside world (other nodes on the network).
I have the old version 8.10 installed in my laptop. The laptop already some battery issue and after the power failure i cannot access the external usb drives anymore.I have ntfs-configuration installed and do not know how to access the drives using the tool.Every time i try to access the drive it says that i do not have the privilege to mount the volume.
I've got a Samba server (CentOS)(I swear all my non-work boxes are Ubuntu) that has been working fine in our Active Directory environment for a long time, now that Windows 7 has been forced upon us, we've noticed that Win 7 users aren't able to authenticate to this server unless they access it using the IP address, e.g. \192.168.1.22. We've tried the different Windows 7 registry hacks and nothing makes a difference. We were advised to update Samba and we did to 3.3.8. However, this being a virtual machine, upgrading a clone of this machine did work, the configuration was identical, except the hostname
I have no idea what is going on here and this is the second time it has done this but. I just installed Lucid Lynx Desktop Edition for my Server. I have installed apache php5 mysql binarys. I have 3 ips on the machine 10.0.1.30, 10.0.1.37, 10.0.1.38. .30 is the main ip 10/100 the rest are 10,100,1000 ports. I can only access Apache 2.2 over .37 or .38 but not .30
I have not used Ubuntu alot but I am starting to and this really pisses me off since all my computer have aliases to the machine through .30
I'm setting up a home web server using LAMP that I want to use to access files and practice coding, but I am very new to Linux and web servers. I currently have it so I can access phpMyAdmin and the test pages locally through my internal IP, but whenever I try to access it through the external IP I get this router management console that I don't know the password or username to. I know my router login and password and it's not the same as that. I've forwarded port 80 and when that didn't work I tried changing /etc/apache2/ports.conf to 8080 and I forwarded that port on my router with no luck too.
It doesn't seem to matter if I have any ports forwarded, though, it still brings me to the same screen regardless. Also, I have set up a static IP on the server by modifying the /etc/network/interfaces file. I've attached a screenshot with the actual router management console screen. I won't have access to the server until later, but, if you require any output from the server I will be sure to post it as soon as I get home. I'm not using ubuntu for my webserver, but debian instead because ubuntu server had a whole bunch of problems with my PCMCIA network card. Ubuntu suggestions should work just fine, but I just thought I should clarify.
I have proftpd setup on my Aspire Revo (which I'm using as an HTPC) so that I can download files to my mac when I feel like watching in bed or whatever. I recently purchased a 1TB WD Elements to store my media. I have proftpd setup so that I can access every file on the computer. However, when I try to gain access to the Elements HD, I get an FTP error from Cyberduck that says:
/media/Elements: no such file or directory
Note that I have not formatted the drive or anything - just set it up straight out of the box. My media is loaded on to it, and XBMC reads the files fine. Is there a way I can enable the hard drive (or the OS) to share these files over FTP, or is this not possible?
I've spent days trying to setup access properly from a public address to a monitoring server that works fine locally. Everything works from public access until I try to link to a CVS repository. The rancid CVS repository is set up as a separate server (virtualhost). It appears the referring link causes a DNS error (105: Server Not Found) when the CVS repository server is accessed from the public address. Things work fine when accessing via localhost.
Public link: (this results in 105 error caused by redirection (bold portion of link))
I have a few external IP's assigned to me by my ISP. I have IPcop as my router/firewall. I am wondering how to bind 1 of my external ip's to my internal ip address. So I do not have to port forward, etc. For Example, 188.8.131.52 to 192.168.1.123 and on the server it see's the external IP address.
i somehow managed to get squid proxy server installed.My problem is my email in outlook express has stopped working (incomming pop3 server is mail.webmail.co.za)I think i need to install a pop proxy to get this going, can someone recommend a pop proxy that is easy to configure or anything else that could resolve this.
When I try to access at physical address (0xD0000), we known that it is necessary to convert physical address to virtual address using function IOREMAP(0xD0000, 1024) and return me 0xC00D0000.
Now our doubt is when I have a board with I/O in address 0x150, is it necessary to convert this address to other virtual address??? or with inb(0x150) return me state of I/O in this address? How can I known where is this I/O address in my map memory?
I've pruned your post from where you originally posted. In the future, please check the dates on threads which you're thinking about posting in. If you see they are dead (inactive for a few months or more) just let them rest in peace and start your own thread. You can always include links to reference the dead thread if you need to, as I've done here.
i have a xeon machine with ubuntu os machine specification is 3gb RAM 3 scsi hard drives each 73gb it have two ethernet cards one ethernet card is connected with adsl modem and the second is connected with LAN. now what is mikrotik doing for me is control access to bind mac adress with ip adress and control the band width for induvisual conection.
I just installed Fedora core 11 and am trying to get httpd to start, but it gives me a [failed] message. When I run it with -e DEBUG, I get an error message like: "failure in name resolution, unable to find IPv4 address of 'uaserver'" In the httpd.conf I have my hostName set to localhost.
(gave me dependency error for libc6 (>= 2.3.2), I modified the control file to remove dependency and rebuilt the package) (now worked fine) Oracle xe is now installed. Then I tried to start the DB it started but it's HTTP client never started. So I decided to uninstall the oracle-xe=universal. None of the sudo apt-get remove oracle-xe-universal command's didn't worked for me. So i went for manual uninstallation directions as per oracle link.
rocky@ubuntu:~/git/mygit/edas2/libaio$ sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture oracle-xe-universal_10.2.0.1-1.1_i386.deb dpkg: warning: overriding problem because --force enabled: package architecture (i386) does not match system (amd64)
Even in applications menu I don't see the if oracle has been installed. So i conclude first time installation was ok but somehow http client didn't worked. After manual uninstallation, second installation didn't even loaded/installed the oracle-xe in init.d directory.
Since I installed 11.1 and now 11.3 I haven't been abble to access my LaCie 500gb USB 2.0 external disk. So I asked LaCie support about it and they replied as follows:Windows 2k or SuSe Linux 11.0 can not see device in any USB 2.0 portsIs this a known problem and will it ever be fixed?
As part of our back up strategy we back up data to two external strorage devices (NAS buffalo linkstation) via a cron job. Recently I noticed that the linkstation backups were not working and the server (via the terminal) complained about CIFS write error or something along these lines. I decided to reboot the server and this fixed the problem for one week for one of the linkstations and for a few weeks for the other linkstation.
There are no error messages this time on the server or on any of the logs that I have checked but the backups are not being made and the processes are still running for the days that backups have not been made.
the backups used to work everyday without fail until recently and no changes have been made to the script that does the backup..
We have a Oracle 11.2 database running on Red Hat 5.5. The database have a scheduled job to fetch some files from another server using ftp, and herein lies the problem.he job runs a pl/sql that runs the function in an (by us compiled) external libraryThe ftp-functionality itself is done by using libncftp and it's API's.The process starts correctly, but then trying to login to the actual ftp host, ncftp only reports "Unknown username/password" (which is not the case).I have the exact same code in an executable and when run from an interactive shell, it works fine.So the only thing I can come up with, is there are differences when the process is started by Oracle, rather then being ordinary" process.And I am stuck.If there are any environment variables, paths etc missing when running the extproc-process, how do I find out which?Because the real problem is NOT wrong user or password.
I'm a new user for oracle,tried to install oracle 10g on redhat linux 5 but gettinh the same error message.response/ runInstaller[oracle2@localhost database_10201]$ sh runInstaller _runInstaller: line 54:/tmp/database_10201/install/.oui: Permission denied_Doany one plz help me how to give full set of permisions to an user in linux to access a folder??
I am going to install Oracle RAC on two Servers, With shared SAN storage (Servers and Storage is IBM) OS = RHEL 5u5 x64 bit
And we used multipathing mechanism and created multipathing devices. i.e. /dev/mapper/mpath1. Then I created raw device /dev/raw/raw1 of this /dev/mapper/mpath1 Block device as per pre-reqs for Oracle Cluster. Every thing looks good, But we faced the performance issue as under.
when we run command : #dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mapper/mpath1 bs=1024 count=1000 the writing rate is approx. 34 MB/s But If we run command #dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/raw/raw1 bs=1024 count=1000 the writing rate is very slow like 253 KB/s
I'm new to Ubuntu and I'm remote from the server. I'm setting up an Ubuntu server 10.04 x64. My intention is to load Oracle 11g, however I know I will need to be able to export an X display back to my desktop (Solaris) to run the Oracle installer. What do I need to load to get X working enough to export the display back to myself. I need to provide additional information. Since I'm new I may not have adequately covered what's needed.
I initially thought the problem had to do with the Lucid Lynx upgrade, a lot of people have been reporting similar issues with drive mapping and things along those line. My issue is that an external drive, formatted in FAT32 appears to be corrupted, and overtime begins to read or mounts as 'read-only.'
What I've read, and deduced, is that this is ultimately and issue with the drive. I've backed it up, reformatted, and been able to write to the drive successfully, but I've been moving a lot of files (backing up) and the system has been reporting input/output errors in transferring some files (through the GUI).
The only thing I can think of, is that the device itself is corrupted or damaged, and that I need to be thinking of other back-up options for the future. Any suggestions on disk-doctoring? I'm hoping to do a clean-install of the OS once I back up my files manually.
I have service runing on linux machine with external IP given by my ISP, but for privacy reasons i need to hide that IP (from RIPE, other WHOIS requests) by another IP before giving users to connect. Only one port. No big bandwith, only as much as possible low latency. Any ideas what to do or what to order?
I am putting together a Conky config file by a sort of 'smash and grab' approach borrowing things from various configs I've seen around the web that do stuff I like. I have reached a stumbling block as I want to display my external IP, I have used
to display the IP on my LAN and guessed I would just need to substitute 'eth0' with something else to get the external IP?? I have tried the mac address of my primary router to no avail, this just displays '0.0.0.0' My current config looks like:-
# set to yes if you want Conky to be forked in the background background yes #font use_xft yes
My wife takes her laptop on her travels but recently has been getting a connection refused when attempting to connect to our home server. The only reason I believe this is occurring is because of iptables blocking certain IP addresses which I don't want to delete for SPAM prevention.
What configuration what be both secure and relatively straight forward. Initially configured mac filtering but then realised this would not be appropriate under these circumstances..
Also there is no specific logging in either postfix or dovecot about connection refused.
I couldn't find an answer to this question (not including vpn) on different threads so decided to eventually post it, though it's probably easy one. I would like to connect to some application on known IP and port in the internet from my LAN computer. However to do so (I have some application, not any administrative constraints or not being allowed to) I would like to use local addresses. So, let's say - I want to connect to the external host VV.XX.YY.ZZ, port AA using 192.168.EE.FF port BB. Baically so far I have limitation in my application (too many places for possible error, to correct it right now - will change it in future). Is it possible that after my application sends request to 192.168.1.EE port BB, my Linux transparently translates it to VV.XX.YY.ZZ:AA? I tried iptables tutorials and some forums, but nothing seems to be addressing this issue. I don't know if it's event possible with iptables but am pretty sure this should be possible.