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Open up your "Network and Sharing Center." Click "Change Adapter Settings" in right-hand pane. This should bring you to Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections. You can also get there by running "ncpa.cpl". Hit "ALT" to make the menu bar visible, and pick "Advanced" (Alt-N will bring you directly to that menu), and pick "Advanced ...


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From Manual and Clean Uninstall Oracle for Windows : Uninstall all Oracle components using the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI). Delete the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/ORACLE key which contains registry entries for all Oracle products by using regedit. Delete any references to Oracle services/components in the following registry ...


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Well, yes, sort of: --relocate OLDPATH=NEWPATH For relocatable binary packages, translate all file paths that start with OLDPATH in the package relocation hint(s) to NEWPATH. (man rpm). However, the software may have its usual install location hardcoded in various places. If an RPM was not meant to be relocated like this (note the "For ...


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Setting up partitions on other partitions isn't a supported operation. If you want to subdivide your /dev/sda2 then one option is to use LVM2 (that's Arch Linux documentation but applies everywhere). For your example of three 512Mb: pvcreate /dev/sda2 vgcreate TEST /dev/sda2 lvcreate -L 512M -n one TEST lvcreate -L 512M -n two TEST lvcreate -L 512M -n ...


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You can install the official package from Oracle : http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk-7u1-download-513651.html choose linux as your platform


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For many applications, there will be very little difference. What makes a big difference, though, is that x64 can make proper use of large amounts of memory beyond 3.25 GB. So if you have 4GB physical memory, you'll effectively get an approx 25% extra free RAM for nothing by moving to x64. I went from x86 XP to x64 Win7 (on the same machine), so it's not ...


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I think you have at least two options: Ask the database admin to install a NTP (Network Time Protocol) server on the machine. You should then be able to retrieve the time from the DB servers with your laptops (instead of synching with a time server over the internet). Ask the database admin if it is possible to synch the server with an internet-hosted time ...


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None of the other answers at the time worked for me. I was using Windows 7 64bit, and simply changing the order of these adapters as mentioned by techie007 didn't work. After some research, I found a method which worked for me: Go to 'Network and Sharing Center' and then select 'Change adapter settings'. Right click one of the network adapters you wish to ...


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I believe what you're referring to is called Oracle Express Edition, which can be found here: http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/database/xe/index.html Basically, there are some limitations which I don't quite remember the details of, but I think you're limited to 4 GB database. This link contains good info on the differences from standard ...


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Firstly, you won't get patches for the OTN download. If you want patches, you'll need a valid support contract. If you want help when your database server goes belly up and the disks get corrupted, then that's where support comes in. Secondly, OTN membership gives you access to the forums. useful but no substitute for support when the sh*t hits the fan. ...


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I'd suggest to go with openjdk if possible (for any average user that is). The only thing you might need from sun/oracle is browser plugin, but that could be installed without installing the jre (just unpack).


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Having installed Oracle about 20 times today, basically until I got it all working, and having experienced this problem, here are the two tips that really helped: If you have multiple IP addresses, ensure the static address adapter is the primary, or add a Microsoft Loopback adapter with a 10.10.10.10 address per the Oracle pre-installation instructions. ...


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You could create a couple of batch files on your desktop and use net start and net stop. Then you'd just double-click on whatever action you want to take. No software required. net start MSSQLSERVER net stop MSSLQSERVER Or, you could create Powershell scripts and use start-service and stop-service start-service MSSQLSERVER stop-service MSSQLSERVER


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Yes, you can create a Command in Notepad++, which can run any program, and you can get out the FULL_CURRENT_PATH to the currently open file, which you could send in as a parameter. So all you'd need is a tool that will connect to an Oracle instance and execute a a file containing your sql script. Maybe you can do that with SQL*Plus, otherwise you can find ...


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Visual Studio 2008 and 2010 work fine. As for speed, I don't know. Some people note that 64bit programs will be faster because of larger number of registers available, but other say that they will be slower because of larger pointer size. Most of data-crunching programs will be faster in general if they are 64bit too. I never used Oracle, so I'm not going ...


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On UNIX systems, if you do not specify the Oracle home directory during installation, the installer attempts to obtain it from information contained in the Oracle installation's oratab file, which it locates using the environment variable ORATAB_LOCATION. If ORATAB_LOCATION does not exist, the installer then attempts to find the file using the standard ...


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Yes, this is doable as long as you install Windows 7 first after provisioning a free partition for Solaris to install. Solaris installer detects the Windows installation and add a GRUB entry to chainload Windows boot loader. The installation documentation states: Oracle Solaris recognizes Windows and ensures that Windows partitions remain unchanged ...


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It seems automatically downloaded file corrupted. That is why ReadError: not a zip file To install cx_Oracle you also need instantclient from Oracle. If you want a easy way to install, i prepared a bundle some time ago python-cxoracle. Just copy the files for your Ubuntu version and add instantclient to ld.so.conf wget ...


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The first error message seems to be reasonably clear: java.lang.Error: Incompatible version of libocijdbc[Jdbc:112030, Jdbc-OCI:112020 For whatever reason, the version of libocijdbc which is being found (apparently version 112020) is not compatible with the jdbc version found (112030). You might want to consider tracking down version 112030 of ...


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I found this which talks about the /etc/securetty file. Obstensibly, if /etc/securetty is present on the system, but empty (quoting): If /etc/securetty exist and is empty, root access will be restricted to single user mode or programs that are not restricted by pam_securetty (i.e. su, sudo, ssh, scp, sftp) For ssh and friends you will have to edit ...


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Since you know the name of the file, you can use the good old find command, which should be in Solaris as well: find / -type f -name "portlist.ini" Or any other file that you would expect to be there. This should allow you to find the installation path.


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From Starting the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console: To access the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console from a client browser, the dbconsole process needs to be running on the server. This process is automatically started after installation. However, if the process is not running because of a system restart or other event, you can manually start ...


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Oracle Technology Network registration is free. You can download and install the Oracle database for free as long as it is for non-production use. I suggest you read the Oracle Technology Network Developer License.


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Just to be clear, there "Java" is not one thing. Java Runtime Environment (JRE) - the most common form of Java, allows applications written in Java to run on your computer. This is the "java plugin" or the "java virtual machine (jvm)" Java (the language) - an object oriented programming language. Java (the compiler) - turns Java code (language) into class ...


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What you probably need to do is set all the variables associated with Oracle XE in your .bash_profile or .bashrc script and ensure they are exported. Environment variables only exist for the lifetime of the shell process where you set them. If you want them the next time you login, you need to set them again. You can automate this by setting them in the ...


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Oracle 8.1 is not supported on Windows 7. It was never intended to be used on Windows 7. You may use a virtualization software like VirtualBox or VMware. Oracle 8i went EOL in 2006. You might want to look at 10g Express or 11g for your needs.


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It seems your installer is using the wrong psapi.dll as the one in %windir%\system32 should export the GetProcessImageFileNameW function. You can verify that with Dependency Walker. Search your system for other versions of psapi.dll and remove them. Also, if another application is using that dll, you will not be able to remove it. Use Process Explorer to ...


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Assuming it has not be deleted (unlikely) your path may have been amended not to include your windows system32 directory which is where edit.com should be found So %windir%\system32\edit.com should start it regardless of the path settings. You can check/change your path on the Environment Variables section which is found on the Advanced tab of your System ...



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