Monthly Archives: November, 2011
Send article as PDF You know the feeling, your 10g or 11g database displays a warning message about your use of deprecated parameters at startup, but it doesn’t say which parameters are deprecated?
Send article as PDF I’ve been using KDE4 on OpenSuse (11.4 currently) for some time and never had any problems. After a recent patch fix to the system, the volume control buttons on my Dell Vostro stopped responding. Normally pressing volume up or volume down worked instantaneously. Stop and go still worked fine, [...]
Send article as PDF Check this link for details. I’m saying nothing! Except, maybe, I really can’t see it taking off. Well, ok then. How do you stop the queen laying in the honey comb? There doesn’t appear to be a queen excluder – so your honey will have all sorts of stuff [...]
Send article as PDF Using NetBeans (version 7.0.1) to develop Android applications and for no apparent reason, a project that worked yesterday won’t run any more. It compiles without error but refuses to run – whether or not the emulator is running – and doesn’t produce an error. Hmmm.
Send article as PDF If you install 10g and 11g on the same server, which one do you wish to supply the executables for “oraenv”? If you install 10g first and allow 11g to overwrite the files in /usr/local/bin when you run “root.sh” then when you eventually call oraenv to set a 10g [...]
Send article as PDF Install 10.2.0.1 – the base release – of Oracle and deselect the various Enterprise Edition Options – these cost money and we don’t like that, especially if we don’t use them. Patching to 10.2.0.5 (in my installation – it could be different with previous versions) silently adds OLAP, Data [...]