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Oracle - Case Study

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Demo for my big exercise - First step - Preparing to Install code: Create New Database Create Oracle Listener Create New Administator Account: Create New User: Create Role and Profile:  MF: Install: http://www.mediafire.com/?92bi06381m3yify Listner: http://www.mediafire.com/?ke11nrt8b86n40u New Administrator: http://www.mediafire.com/?d0c9sj7e0j2djrj New Database: http://www.mediafire.com/?1bffl6e7xmmd5u9 New User: h ttp://www.mediafire.com/?7tr4n672661k12s New Role - Profile:  http://www.mediafire.com/?1r0c09j50aa5ma6 ------------------------------------------------------------ Thanks for reading -------------------------------------------------------------------------- All my Lab: Linux Lab -- window and Cisco Lab to be continued - I will update more.

Install VMware Server 2 in Ubuntu 10.10

First entry for new year - 2011. Now, i try install Ubuntu. And i have one idea: Install VMware Server in one computer, and use VMware client to connect to server :)). Now, i assign static IP for server, is 192.168.1.33/24. Next, download Vmware Server. My OS is Ubuntu 10.10 Link: http://www.vmware.com/products/server/ Register one free account and you will download it. Chose Vmware Server for Linux OS, type (.gz). Install some compoment: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r` build-essential xinetd Then, download script: http://radu.cotescu.com/how-to-install-vmware-server-ubuntu-fedora-opensuse/ wget --no-check-certificate http://codebin.cotescu.com/vmware/vmware-server-2.0.x-kernel-2.6.3x-install.sh Note file: vmware-server-2.0.x-kernel-2.6.3x-install.sh  tar xvfz vmware-server-2.0.x-kernel-2.6.3x-install.sh  You will have folder: raducotescu-vmware-server-linux-* mv VMware-server-*.tar.gz raducotescu-vmware-server-linux-2.6.3x-kernel-71f8b66/ sudo ./vm