Cookies are short reports that are sent and stored on the hard drive of the user's computer through your browser when it connects to a web. Cookies can be used to collect and store user data while connected to provide you the requested services and sometimes tend not to keep. Cookies can be themselves or others.
There are several types of cookies:
Technical cookies that facilitate user navigation and use of the various options or services offered by the web as identify the session, allow access to certain areas, facilitate orders, purchases, filling out forms, registration, security, facilitating functionalities (videos, social networks, etc..).
Customization cookies that allow users to access services according to their preferences (language, browser, configuration, etc..).
Analytical cookies which allow anonymous analysis of the behavior of web users and allow to measure user activity and develop navigation profiles in order to improve the websites.
So when you access our website, in compliance with Article 22 of Law 34/2002 of the Information Society Services, in the analytical cookies treatment, we have requested your consent to their use. All of this is to improve our services. We use Google Analytics to collect anonymous statistical information such as the number of visitors to our site. Cookies added by Google Analytics are governed by the privacy policies of Google Analytics. If you want you can disable cookies from Google Analytics.
However, please note that you can enable or disable cookies by following the instructions of your browser.
Short description of how to accomplish some specific task in Debian Lenny.
How to install Sun java 1.6 on Debian Lenny
How to install Tomcat 6.x on Debian Lenny
How to install MySQL on Debian Lenny
How to install Sun java 1.6 on Debian Lenny
And not the OpenJDK, as sometimes some applications do not work without the SUN JDK
Edit APT sources list
# vi /etc/apt/sources.list
The original Sun Java 2 is available in the ‘non-free’ section of the Debian repositories. To enable this section first add the non-free repository to the apt sources file - the /etc/apt/sources.list should look like, - important parts are in bold:
Luckily MYSQL 5.0 is available in the default source list of APT.
# apt-cache search mysql # apt-get install mysql-server-5.0
Open a mysql prompt
Grant access to root from any host, this is insecure for production machine but in case of continuous build machine, development this is sometimes very useful.
Let root connect not only from localhost by running
# mysql –u root –p mysql> use mysql; mysql> update user set host = '%' where user = 'root' and host='127.0.0.1' mysql> flush privileges;
Bad written code (DAO) will sometimes forces you to start MYSQL using insensitive casing table. In windows it will always work as the operating system do not make any difference between lower and upper case. In Linux, either you change your DAO’s or if you can’t, use this kind of trick:
The Oracle error ORA-00054 can be solved by executing as DBA the following query select p.spid,s.sid,s.serial#,s.username,s.status,s.last_call_et, p.program,p.terminal,logon_time,module,s.osuser from V$process p,V$session s where s.paddr = p.addr and s.status = &39;ACTIVE&39; and s.username not like &39;%SYS%&39;; This will return the PID of the hanging process You can then SSH to the server ruining oracle and kill the process kill -9 PID …
ORA-00054: resource busy and acquire with NOWAIT specified Cause: Resource interested is busy. Action: Retry if necessary. I show you here how to get around this error and kill the sessions that are preventing the exclusive lock. Note that you could also (preferred) Run your changes later when the database is idle. Do all DDL during a maintenance window when all users are not logged in …
if you encounter this error while starting oracle /etc/init.d/oraemctl start Starting Oracle EM DB Console: Environment variable ORACLE_UNQNAME not defined. Please set ORACLE_UNQNAME to database unique name. OK One possible solution is to edit the script # vi /etc/init.d/oraemctl and add the following code in blue …
Citrix XenServer is a complete, managed server virtualization platform built on the powerful Xen hypervisor. Xen technology is widely acknowledged as the fastest and most secure virtualization software in the industry. In case you don’t have any optical drive attached to the server, this small how to will help you to install Xen Server as domain 0 (dom0) using USB flash drive. Download XEN server iso from http://www.citrix.com/English/ss/downloads/index.asp Format your USB drive using FAT32, Use an older version of UNetbootin …
How to mount your Synology NAS (or any other NAS brand) shared folder under Linux using CIFS. CIFS stands for "Common Internet File System," also known under the older name SMB (Server Message Block), which is a network protocol used by Windows clients for issuing file access requests to Windows servers Open a terminal and as root, create as many directory as needed in /mnt/ # sudo mkdir /mnt/video # sudo mkdir /mnt/music Unfortunately there is no frontend or editor …
The Oracle WebLogic 11g application server product line is the industry's most comprehensive Java platform for developing, deploying, and integrating enterprise applications. It provides the foundation for application grid, which is an architecture that enables enterprises to outperform their competitors while minimizing operational costs. …
More and more I am using XEN at work, and here is a small how to of some very common operations. Citrix® XenServer® is a complete, managed server virtualization platform built on the powerful Xen® hypervisor. Xen technology is widely acknowledged as the fastest and most secure virtualization software in the industry. XenServer is designed for efficient management of Windows® and Linux® virtual servers and delivers cost-effective server consolidation and business continuity. By the way if you succeed installing XEN …
Some useful Bash Linux alias taken from my user profile. If you have a long command that you type frequently consider putting it in as an alias. In computing, alias is a command in various command line interpreters (shells) such as Unix shells, 4DOS/4NT and Windows PowerShell, which enables a replacement of a word with another string. It is mainly used for abbreviating a system command, or for adding default arguments to a regularly used command. [WikiPedia] …
For day to day hacker, they may be more elegant ways to do it (PERL, AWK), but they have work well for me. Upper case file name or variable, Search and replace in all files content recursively, Renaming all files recursively, Renaming all directory recursively, Copying a set of files from one directory to the other and preserving hierarchy. …
My idea is to be able to run my production server (STRATO- OpenSuse) hosting www.waltercedric.com&160; in a VMWARE instance. So I can test and make change to the operating first there before bringing down my host for several hours ;-) I would like to duplicate the whole LINUX system (lets call it PROD for now), including data and make 2 VMWARE instance.. why two instances you may ask? One will be called DEV, and be very instable by definition, it …