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    HI I installed RHEL4 on my home pc.and I created 2 databases of oracle 10g (same vesrion)The problem is while iam establishing connectivity between these 2 databases iam getting error like TNS-03505: Failed to resolve name my listerner.ora file is LISTENER= (DESCRIPTION_LIST = (DESCRIPTION =...

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  • Small Business Question

    I've been asked to set up a Linux build in our 2003 server network to run and test open-source applications that will rival and outperform other applications for their cost. This linux box must serve a small handfull of users in Los Angeles and Europe and my network is in Phoenix Arizona. Will a...

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  • Initialization DB-Connect Failed, Return Code 000256

    I have migradted 4.6C with 4.6D Kernel from HPUNIX, and Oracle to Windows 2003 Server, 4.6C, and MSSQL 2000, when updating the Kernel getting above mentioned error, can someone please help

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  • WINXP TO Linux file not opening

    win to linux or linux to win document file is not opening & Linux to win document file not opening

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  • umable to import the dmp file

    i am umable to import the file im solaris 10, help me in complete steps to import the data file which is in dmp format...

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  • Oracle/Unix What are the advantages of automated testing tools for oracle database on a Unix Solaris environment?.

    What are the advantages of automated testing tools for oracle database on a Unix Solaris environment?.

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  • Unable to determine IP address from host name

    Hi, I am new to ubuntu and squid 7.10. We have configured proxy setting. We have facing some proxy related issue. We seem to be facing timeout issues on the proxy server. Over the last few days there are many times that a particular website has not opened (gives a proxy error) and on refreshing...

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    i want to create a tar.gzcompressed file of 1 GB dat a ,what will be the tar .gz size of 1GB data

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  • should i go for unix administration without doing mcse

    Dear sir, I have done my diploma in 2006.After that i am doing job as a desktop engg.Now i am working i on project with EDS (Electronic data System).i have basic knowledge of network and Dns Dhcp Active directory,I am getting a salary of 10K per month.My friend told me you should do unix...

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  • Anyone Have Experiences With Running Oracle in a Sun Solaris Container/Zone

    We are a SAP / Solaris environment. We thinking about virtualizing our SAP environments as part of our upgrade to ERP 6.0 using Solaris Zones/Containers. There are two schools of thought as far as the database instances; virtualize the Oracle instance along with the SAP instance or seperate the...

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  • Linux operating system?

    Does linux KERNEL use sort? Which one? Where is it in the code? Which processor use it?

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  • Squid

    Hello all, I presently run squid v 2.5 on my server. The challeng I have is that my client systems behind the squid cannot do a ping. it always come with the error ''request time out'' despite that no firewall or shorewall is activated. Please help, what do I need to do so that my client systems...

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  • lotus domino – linux mail server Synchronization

    I have a Lotus Domino email server and I want to synchronize it with a linux based mail server, so it works as a backup server in case of a disaster or failure. How should I proceed to do it?

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  • Perl script to monitor application start and stop events in logfile

    Hello, I am looking for a perl script for Unix that would monitor for a start and stop line in an applciaiton logfile that contains the date/time of stat and stop. It needs to be able to calculate the date/time from start of applciation for 30 minutes and if no stop is logged to logfile within 30...

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  • System log file and time command

    I am using RHEL 5. Can anyone tell me which system log file is updated when we change the time configuration through the UI or date command? I checked the /var/log/wtmp but the time here updated is the login time of the user.

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  • Computer Operating systems

    Give the advantages of UNIX operating system

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  • best computer system patent for video editing

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  • Command restrictions

    A Linux question: Can you restrict a certain command to a specific time range. I don't want to be able to run command x between 7 and 8 ? Any assistance would be appreciated. Regards

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  • Logon scripts for Linux & Windows Client on Windows2003 AD

    Hi I need some help for my problem as I'm very new to this I doing this setup for a school environment with many students n teachers account in a w2k3 AD, Student accounts are placed into Students OU and Teachers accounts in Teachers OU. Each acount has its logon script either for student or...

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  • When I send a email the recipient get 4 messages and the attachements wont open.

    I send one message but the recipient get 4 messages thats the same as the one I send. How do I fix this?

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