Working with Oracle HTTP Server

In this blog i’m covering some basics on Oracle HTTP server(OHS) like Checking OHS status. Starting, stopping and restarting OHS. Creating an Oracle HTTP server component. Deleting an Oracle HTTP server component. Checking OHS Status We can determine the status of OHS by using the opmnctl command $ORACLE_INSTANCE/bin/opmnctl status Processes in Instance: instance1 ———————————+——————–+———+———+——- ias-component […]

An update on Google Affiliate Network

Our goal with Google Affiliate Network has been to help advertisers and publishers improve their performance across the affiliate ecosystem. Cost-per-action (CPA) marketing has rapidly evolved in the last few years, and we’ve invested significantly in CPA tools like Product Listing Ads, remarketing and Conversion Optimizer. We’re constantly evaluating our products to ensure that we’re […]

Chrome Frame is declared obsolete by Google

In September 2009, one year after releasing the Chrome browser, Google unveiled “Chrome Frame”—a plugin that brought Chrome’s underlying technology to Internet Explorer. Google said Chrome Frame was necessary because users of IE, particularly its older versions, were missing out on HTML5, JavaScript performance improvements, and other modern Web technologies. Webpages containing a tag pointing […]

KDE Releases Beta of Plasma Workspaces, Applications and Platform 4.11

Today KDE released the beta of the new 4.11 versions of Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform. With API, dependency and feature freezes in place, the KDE team’s focus is now on fixing bugs and further polishing. Changes to KWalletManager and Okular The 4.11 releases include many substantial changes and improvements, including: Deeper integration of Qt Quick in […]

Red Hat Software Collections 1.0 Beta Now Available

Red Hat announced the beta release of the Red Hat software collection 1.0. Red Hat Software collections 1.0 delivers the latest stable versions of some of the most popular web development languages and opensource databases. Red Hat Software Collections 1.0 Beta includes access to the latest stable versions of the following dynamic languages: Ruby 1.9.3 […]

Oracle is bringing back Java time zone updating tool

Oracle is bringing back Java time zone updating tool and has reversed a decision it made to remove the “tzupdater” tool from public download. The tool is used to update Java’s internal time zone database and allows users to adjust Java installations so they reflect correct timezones from around the world. Oracle had decided to remove the “tzupdater” […]

Red Hat confirms GNOME Classic Mode for RHEL 7

Red Hat confirms GNOME Classic Mode for RHEL 7, The engineering director for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Denise Dumas, has said that the upcoming version of the company’s enterprise Linux distribution will use GNOME 3’s Classic Mode by default. Dumas was talking to TechTarget ahead of the 2013 Red Hat Summit that is currently ongoing in Boston. Read more @ h-online

How to prevent changing root password from single user mode?

Here we are covering on how toprevent changing root password from single user mode? open file “/etc/rc1.d/S99single” in your favourite editor and search for line. exec init -t1 s Just add the following line above it. save it an exit. exec sbin/sulogin Now before entering single user mode you will need to provide root password […]

GNOME 3.10

GNOME 3.10 is expected in September and some of its newest features are beginning to appear in the 3.9 development branch. Version 3.9.2 is expected this week. Here’s the few screenshots of the new Gnome version. GNOME Music is a new app for, well, playing music. Of course, it can’t yet compete feature-wise with e.g. rhythmbox, […]