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I am customizing the LIVE CD of Xubuntu 12.04.. I removed the ubiquity package and changed the live username and hostname using uck-gui.. I am almost done with the customization. Now after the splash screen , the text in motd... (1 Reply)
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SUNW, Sun Fire V240 Spare
Sun OS Release 5.9
After a power failure
we try to start the server
We have the following messages:
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
i have a question related to some services,i want to start some services with server linux centos.
i make "chkconfig httpd on" and "chkconfig asterisk on",but when i verify with chkconfig --list i found
httpd 0: off 1: off 2: on 3: on 4: on 5: on 6:... (6 Replies)
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I have created a script file named 'start-jboss'
# For starting Jboss
echo "Starting JBOSS server"
nohup ./run.sh -c... (25 Replies)
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I am still learning trades in kernel. I am trying to learn the basic of daemon programming. Can any one tell me how can I start a daemon automatically during boot up. I will be greatfull if anyone post some example code to the above task.
Also what are... (3 Replies)
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I have installed oracle 9i on solaris 10 sucessfully. I have configured listener & tnsname.ora file sucessfuly. Even i can start database manully by starting listener first and from sqlplus promt data base sucessfully. Now i want to start the database automatically after system reboots.
I... (2 Replies)
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How to start Oracle database automatically when after SunSolaris is being re-booted?
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Postfix has an initscript just like sendmail did so while logged in as root, simply type: ntsysv and select postfix.
The message above is from the Redhat postifx FAQ. I tried running ntsysv and postfix is not listed as a selection. I can start postfix manually without any problems, but I need... (2 Replies)
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