Posts by Brad Hudson

Installing TOra with Oracle Support on Ubuntu 10.10

I installed this on Kubuntu 10.10 x86_64 systems with the newest Oracle 11.2 client. The version of TOra this time around is 2.1.2 which works fine except for one really really frustrating thing, that I will mention at the end to keep you in suspense. I ran through this 3 times on 3 separate systems (VM, work and home) and in all cases I got through it mostly unharmed with only a few humps. So here we go, it’s time to…

Linux, Windows, Virtual Machines and You — DIY VPN Jump Box

Being in the remote administration business is a strange beast and offers lots of challenges, but when you are working for multiple clients sometimes connecting to the servers can be challenging enough. Here’s a little idea that I had this morning that may save someone some grief, so I thought I would jot it down for all to see.

Blogrotate #27: Weekly News for System Administrators

Good afternoon and welcome to issue 27. The number 27 according to numerology is “the symbol of the divine light” so I’ll try to do that ideal justice. We’re off to a good start, what with me actually getting this out on schedule and such, so let’s get to it while the day is still quiet.

Blogrotate #26: The Weekly Roundup of News for System Administrators

Hi there and welcome to Blogrotate in which I, your humble host and blogger, bring to you interesting stories and events from the past week in the SysAdmin world. It’s been yet another busy week, which is why this is coming out on a Sunday again, so I am going to have to short list this edition but there’s still plenty of tasty nuggets to be found. Read on.

Blogrotate #25: Weekly News for System Administrators

Good evening and welcome to this weeks edition of Blogrotate. It’s a bit later than usual this week due to client concerns but I could not let this week go by without something. This week, after all, is the release of Ubuntu 10.04LTS (Lucid Lynx) so I get to leverage my supreme blogging power to promote the product since I use it pretty much everywhere now.

Installing TOra with Oracle Support on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)

Once again into the breach. The release of Ubuntu 10.04 is at hand. I’ve been playing with “Lucid” for a couple of months now but since we’re in beta2 with the release candidate soon to follow, I thought I would really sit down and get my normal app stack working including TOra. All in all the instructions are mostly the same as last time around, with a couple of new improvements, caveats and quid pro quo.

Page 1 of 41234