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I've tried to install more recent version of JDK (1.8.0_161), SVR4 package.
Everything went succesfully except one thing.
The OS persistenly refuses to recognize newest java version. :( There should be 1.8.0_161 instead.
I've done everything that is described for SVR4 packages,... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: wolfgang
2. IP Networking
Hello out there. A month ago I started to deal with this problem and until now I couldn't cope with it. The quick story is that I'm trying to setup two different lxc containers inside the same host machine running debian linux. One of the containers is running a VPN server, while the second one is... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: netpumber
3. IP Networking
I am trying to connect to a remote host C from my node host A.
HostA <====> HostB <====> HostC
A tunnel has already been formed using SOCKS5 between HostA and HostC.
Now I want to SSH from A to C. The SOCKS5 IP us 184.108.40.206 and port 1082.
The command I am using is :
ssh -L... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Junaid Subhani
Please, I try to do ping 10.0.3.8 (ip of LXC container) from VMB but it didnít work ! Have you an idea please ?
Here is an explanation of what I want do: (red arrow)
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Thanks a lot.
Best Regards. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: chercheur111
5. Red Hat
I want to install Apache (version 2.2.X), php (version 5.3.X),mysql (version 5.5.X) on RHEL 5.5. Guide re. site address for download all rpm.
X = latest version.
Thanks in advance. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: vasdaax
i have installed jdk 1.6 successfully but when i issue command
it shows me old version how to handle it.
kindly help (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: malikshahid85
In Sun Solaris 10, not able to create the key. JDK 1.6 Installed & PATH & JAVA_HOME both are referred to jdk 1.6. It is showing the belwo error
Error: wrap() failed
java.security.InvalidKeyException: wrap() failed
at... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: saktiviji
8. Red Hat
hi, i just "yum install jdk*.i386" and installation was complete without any error. however, i tried to #javac helloworld " and javac is not found in the $PATH. i tried to locate it and didn't find it.
would anyone shed some light on where the "yum install" installed my jdk to? where can i find... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: k2k
9. IP Networking
I am involved in a project on Debian. One of my requirement is to route an IP packet in my application to a proxy server and receive the reply from the proxy server as an IP packet. My application handles data at the IP frame level. My application creates an IP packet(with all the necessary... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Rajesh_BK
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm trying to install JDK (Java Development tools) and i get this:
The <SUNWj6dev> package "JDK 6.0 Dev. Tools (1.6.0)" is
a prerequisite package and should be installed.
The <SUNWj6rtx> package "JDK 6.0 64-bit Runtime Env.
(1.6.0)" is a prerequisite package and should be... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: idan_cn