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23 Responses

  1. srini says:

    Hi ravi,

    i have installed centos 6.4 in desktop mode successfully in m y machine. can able to act as a SVN Server in that machine.

  2. How do I save and exit out of the repo once i have entered the content in?

  3. Andrew says:

    How to install if I’m not a root user? `rpm -Uvh` requires me to be root.

    Thanks.

  4. HM says:

    Is there something wrong with the Fedora package?

    After installing the package with rpm -Uvh jdk-7u25-linux-x64.rpm the following command would not list it:

    alternatives –config java

    Only shows one and that’s openjdk

    java -version gives me open jdk.

    Installing the package again (no errors or warnings the first time) tells me it already installed.

    I’ll try a reboot and see if that helps,.

  5. m says:

    I did everything but it did not work…

    Then tried telnet localhost 8080

    [[email protected] ~]$ telnet localhost 8080
    Trying 127.0.0.1…
    telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
    [[email protected] ~]$

  6. rishi says:

    apche tomcat bootstartup error when i service tomcat stop

  7. rishi says:

    127.0.0.1 is apche2 is running but 127.0.0.1:8080 not runny ..unable to connect :(

  8. sadakar says:

    Hi.. I’m very newbi to putty. Even I do not know the usage of linux machine.
    Now I want to learn
    How to install jdk in CentOS release 5.9 (Final) using putty ?
    Could plz. provide step by step procedure ?

    Thanks,
    Sadakar

  9. Marselino says:

    Thank you!

  10. I did everything to get Firefox to recognize the plugin and this doc finally helped. I didn’t know that I had to do alternates in the actual plugin directory.

    Thank You
    Clint

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