On Red Hat Linux how do you determine what edition of Sybase SQL Anywhere?
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When running Sybase SQL Anywhere, how, from the OS command line, can you determine what 'edition' (not version) of the database you are running (Developer, Standard, Educational, Advanced, etc.)?
Hint: This may be available from the license file but what if you do not have the privileges to view the license file? There must be an executable or library that signifies which edition of the database is running/installed, but what would that be?
Having Issues With Logging Into red hat linux in single user mode
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I recently did a mysql database dump on a server, without realizing it was almost full. Now i can not login, and get the error: "out of disk space". the issue is that i want to log in using the single user mode in order to delete some files, but whenever i execute the command to login using run level 1
(from the grub menu, by typing single at the end of the
it still takes me to run level 5. How can i solve this.
How do I add a listening port on red hat linux advanced server?
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How do I add a new port 8001 on linux red hat ? How do I make linux red hat Advanced server listen on port 8001 ? I have tried to add the port in /etc/services but when I try and telnet to the port on 8001 . I get the message "Could not open connection to host : Connection failed "
I have tried to check for the iptable.config file under /etc directory and it is not there
How do I resolve this one ?
how to Edit the .bashprofile being a normal user in Red Hat Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 18, 2011
I have installed Oracle Database server in Red Hat Linux for the first time. I edited the .bash_profile first time & defined some parameters like "export ORACLE_SID =orcl".I quit the editing. Then When I entered ". .bash_profile" it got error " not a valid identifier" it shows like
"bash: export: '=orcl' : not a valid identifier
for all the lines I edited it shows same error beacause I think I put a space in between "ORACLE_SID" & "=orcl".
So when I tried to edit that using "vi .bash_profile" being a normal user. It doesn't allow me editing.when I try to delete that space (because I think I have got error) using Backspace key on my computer,,it just moves the cursor to left in stead of deleting that space.
so can you please provide me solution for editing this " .bash_profile" ?
How do I enforce in Red hat linux that only root user be a member of the "root" group
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I don't want any other user to be part of "root" group except user root.
HOw to add a special charset support to Red Hat Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 8, 2003
I want to add a special charset support to Red Hat Linux 7.3. For example, GBK and GB2312 charset. I also want to know how to verify whether the charset support has been successfully supported.
BTW: I want to add charset support to Linux operation system and not a special application under Linux.
How much RAM does Red Hat Linux 9 support?
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How much RAM does Red Hat Linux 9 support?
I am using it to support vmservers and wants to run a few of them at the same time.
So, on Red hat Linux 9, I can setup 3 virtual machines and each takes 2 GB memory, which leaves the Linux 2GB on a 8GB, 32 bits machine, right?
How to upgrade Apache from 2.0.40 to 2.0.53 on Red Hat Linux 9?
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Does anyone know how to upgrade Apache (httpd) from version 2.0.40 (default in Red Hat Linux 9) to the most current version 2.0.53?
How to install src.rpm package on Red hat Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 19, 2002
Can any one please help me how to install src.rpm package on Red hat Linux? Which commands will work for me in this regard?
How to create new permanent environment variable in Red hat Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 10, 2006
I'm trying to compile some software () which requires certain environment variables to be created. I've done it with:
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