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    Default post installation and configuration guide

    Sir

    i am new to this forum.i have installed openSuse 11.1 today.i need to install 11gR1.but i need to create a user
    i).as asmadmin,
    ii).as dba
    iii). as asmdba
    and so on..

    how can i do that?is there any guide book for suse administration available?

    2)another thing is that on every booting suse taking me to a direct login to the specified a/c during installation how to change that?


    And i need to do...

    i have a mixed scenario right now.
    I have only three computer on home network.

    i).vista accer travelmate 4720 laptop loaded with vista sp1 ultimate

    ii).normal pc : this pc is loaded with opensuse 11.x linux but this pc has 2 NICs I have connected both with a switch and internet.can I use one NIC as private and another NIC as public to access internet?

    iii). normal pc : its loaded with win xp sp2

    how to set my network.
    I have connected each NIC with a D-Link switch.And the D-Link switch is connected with DataOne Nokia Siemens network c2110 modem.

    But problems are that
    1) each time i can connect only one PC at a time.

    2)opensuse 11.x is not connected to the specified modem ever....by adsl seup command.

    Every time i am trying to connect to network suse is saying you need to configure your NIC.how to do that?



    please help as soon as you can.......

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    1. hmmmm...you are gonna install and use Oracle 11gR1, but need help
    adding users?? ok, use YaST to add users..

    or do it the old fashioned way with adduser, see man adduser for details..

    "guide book" at
    http://www.novell.com/documentation/...0_startup.html

    and, if you elected to install it, at
    file:///usr/share/doc/manual/opensuse-manual_en/manual/index.html

    and http://en.opensuse.org/Documentation

    a good, general Linux administrator guide is among these:
    http://tinyurl.com/r3wrcr/

    i like number three there because you can begin on page one and read
    though and build on past pages without wondering what the heck they
    are talking about...i'm not sure about the others..

    2. Personal Settings > System Administration > Login Manager >
    Convenience > Administrator Mode [Button] > give root password >
    UNcheck "Enable Auto-Login" > Apply

    3. networking, those gurus hang in
    http://forums.opensuse.org/network-internet/


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    Default Re: post installation and configuration guide

    where do i find YaST?

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    Oracle Database 11gR1

    For detailed instruction have a look at Introduction to Oracle 11gR1 on SLES10 (x86).

    1. Install openSUSE 10.2 with "C/C++ Development" selection.
    2. Read Oracle Installation Document for prerequisites (software requirements).
    3. Download and Install orarun package. Enable and set password for newly created user oracle by orarun.
    4. Change some environment variables - ORACLE_HOME, ORACLE_SID, TNS_ADMIN in /etc/profile.d/oracle.sh.
    5. Set updated kernel parameters by executing /etc/init.d/oracle start or rcoracle start.
    6. Download and extract Oracle Oracle 11gR1 SW.
    7. login as user oracle and run Oracle Universal Installer "database/runInstaller". Just follow step by step questions of Oracle installer.

    [edit]
    openSUSE 10.3

    Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) on openSUSE 10.3 gives following java error:"java: xcb_xlib.c:52: xcb_xlib_unlock: Assertion `c->xlib.lock' failed.".

    Workaround : export LIBXCB_ALLOW_SLOPPY_LOCK=1

    Oracle 10gR2 : Same as openSUSE 10.2

    Oracle 11gR1 : Same as openSUSE 10.2
    [edit]
    openSUSE 11.0

    Ignore "libxcb: WARNING! Program tries to unlock a connection without having acquired a lock first..." from Oracle Universal Installer (OUI). You may need previous workaround : "export LIBXCB_ALLOW_SLOPPY_LOCK=1". You can learn more about this java issue @ Sun bug-6532373

    Oracle 10gR2 :

    1. Install openSUSE 11.0 with "C/C++ Development" selection.
    2. Download and Install orarun package. Enable and set password for newly created user oracle by orarun.
    3. Change some environment variables - ORACLE_HOME, ORACLE_SID, TNS_ADMIN in /etc/profile.d/oracle.sh.
    4. Set updated kernel parameters by executing /etc/init.d/oracle start or rcoracle start.
    5. Download and extract Oracle 10gR2 SW. Edit file database/install/oraparam.ini to add "SuSE-11" to [Certified Versions] line.
    6. login as user oracle and run Oracle Universal Installer "database/runInstaller". Just follow step by step questions of Oracle installer.


    Oracle 11gR1 :

    1. Install openSUSE 11.0 with "C/C++ Development" selection.
    2. Download and Install orarun package. Enable and set password for newly created user oracle by orarun.
    3. Change some environment variables - ORACLE_HOME, ORACLE_SID, TNS_ADMIN in /etc/profile.d/oracle.sh.
    4. Set updated kernel parameters by executing /etc/init.d/oracle start or rcoracle start.
    5. Download and extract Oracle Oracle 11gR1 SW.
    6. login as user oracle and run Oracle Universal Installer "database/runInstaller". Just follow step by step questions of Oracle installer.

    Note: If you are on x86_64, please make sure 32 bit Runtime Environment is installed to avoid Oracle linking errors (this seems to mean that the 32 bit gcc package must be present).

    Alternatively if you don't want problems in the installation of oracle 10g or 11g on openSUSE 11.0 (64bit) you can use this script doris1.1d.sh. This script will automate the setup by downloading from Yast dependencies, sorting out all the 32bit and 64bit libraries and linking where required. The purpose of this script is not to install Oracle but just to get the system ready for installation. Own risks policy applies. (root@localhost# sh doris1.1d.sh suse11 10g) -- Ade90036 12:59, 7 August 2008 (UTC)
    [edit]
    openSUSE 11.1

    Ignore "libxcb: WARNING! Program tries to unlock a connection without having acquired a lock first..." from Oracle Universal Installer (OUI).

    Install the libstdc++33 package. ie:

    zypper install libstdc++33

    This package is used by some of the makefiles when creating database instances.

    Oracle 10gR2 : Same as openSUSE 11.0

    Oracle 11gR1 : Same as openSUSE 11.0







    your site has a guide as above.but i am failing to install rpms can you guide me.just double click is not making the work for me.

    Install the libstdc++33 package. ie:

    zypper install libstdc++33

    where do i find this package?do i need to download something for it?

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    csayantan wrote:
    > where do i find YaST?


    have you looked at any of the links in my first post?

    i am not about to begin with Linux Kindergarten..i'll try to point you
    to the right references but i am not going to read them to you..

    so, at least open the startup guide..

    i can't tell you how to find YaST on your machine because i am not a
    mind reader and don't know:
    1. do you have XWindows running?
    2. do you have a desktop?
    3. if you have a desktop, which one? (KDE3, KDE4, Gnome, Xfce, etc)
    4. or, did you elect just the text mode/server install?
    5. describe your hardware
    6. open a terminal, issue
    uname -r
    and copy post output to here..

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    > your site has a guide as above.but i am failing to install rpms can you
    > guide me.just double click is not making the work for me.


    it is not my site..
    it is your site..
    this is a 'community' of users..
    everyone here is a user, volunteer helper, contributor, etc..

    you are correct: double clicking rpm files is not the way to install
    them...however, all of the references i gave you in my first post will
    tell you how to install rpms, or directly reference other documents
    which do...for example see: http://en.opensuse.org/Concepts which
    discusses software handling, rpms and YaST....and is referenced in at
    least three URLs previously given..

    i prefer to install rpms with a right click on the rpm icon > Actions
    > Install with YaST....but, i don't know if that will work for you

    because i don't even know if you _have_ an icon for the rpms you wanna
    install..

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    i installed it again.And till now its working fine.but can you say how to setup DNS and Single Client Access name in it?

    if you mhave any documentation link could be helpful.........

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    csayantan wrote:
    > how to setup DNS and Single Client Access name in it?


    suggest you ask networking questions in a new thread in the area where
    network gurus hang out: http://forums.opensuse.org/network-internet/

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    ok.can you say how to do path setting in open SUSE 11.1(ie.something i usually do with .bash_profile in el5) as a root user and for root?

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    man 1 bash then "/profile" to search for profile info shows :

    --noprofile
    Do not read either the system-wide startup file /etc/profile or any of the
    personal initialization files ~/.bash_profile, ~/.bash_login, or ~/.profile.
    By default, bash reads these files when it is invoked as a login shell (see
    INVOCATION below).

    Looks like you have a few places you can set PATH.

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