hey there! I’m an active Telegram junkie and am part of a few good chat groups (travel / crypto / investors). And I wanted to see if there are any good IdM chat groups around. I’m thinking for technical questions to be bounced around and gig offerings. If anyone knows of one, hit me up!…Details
So it looks like the Oracle Unified Directory 11gR2 PS3 Bundle Patch 9 has a couple issues that could have serious consequences: 1. Any users that have UTF-8 special characters in the DN become unsearchable. So if you have cn=Léon,ou=users,dc=corp,dc=com (notice the é in there with the accent mark), and run a search on it,…Details
I’m going to be checking out this Omada company tomorrow on their webinar. They peaked my interest with their outlier little dot on the Gartner magic quadrant. Here’s the info if anyone else is interested in checking them out too: This is a reminder that “How does the New EU General Data Protection Regulation Impact…Details
Getting VMWare tools to install on Oracle Linux can be a pain. Before you mount the cd and stuff, make sure you install the necessary libraries: yum -y install gcc yum -y install kernel-uek-devel-`uname -r` yum -y install kernel-uek-headers-`uname -r` If the headers one doesn’t work right, drop the “-`uname -r`” part and try again.…Details
So this was a first for me. I was installing OVD 220.127.116.11 on RHEL 7 and it would bomb out with the silent installer (and the GUI) with a ‘make’ error. Here’s what happens: Starting Oracle Universal Installer… Checking Temp space: must be greater than 400 MB. Actual 15553 MB Passed Checking swap space: must…Details
1 V76279-01 Oracle Business Intelligence 11g (18.104.22.168.0) for Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit), Part 2 of 2 2 V75829-01 Oracle Fusion Middleware Web Tier Utilities 11g Patch Set 7 (22.214.171.124.0) for Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit) 3 V76278-01 Oracle Business Intelligence 11g (126.96.36.199.0) for Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit), Part 1 of 2 4 V76073-01…Details
*UPDATED* Found this today: https://github.com/nishad/udemy-dl Yep… download your Udemy courses that you’ve paid for offline to your PC! Holy crap! Now I can learn while not connected to the internet (think long plane rides or overseas or on a beach =) On a mac, do this: sudo chown -R $(whoami) /usr/local brew update -v sudo…Details
Frustrated yet? If you’re here, then it’s probably a yes =)
Have this error:
Seeing this error:
Another simple fix:
Kick it back off and you should be good to go!
Here’s the full deal:
That should do it for ya!
I have a need a lot of times to execute sudo wrapped commands in shell scripts that I use for automating tedious tasks, like installing OIM =). The kicker is that sometimes, I need to run commands as root. Here’s the quick and dirty way I accomplish that without divulging the passwords: #! /bin/bash read…Details