RPM packages have file naming conventions like abc-2.0-4.i386.rpm, which include the package name (abc), version (2.0), release (4), and architecture (i386). Also notice that RPM understands FTP and HTTP protocols for installing and querying remote RPM files. Continue reading
This post will cover installing and basic configuration of Tomcat 7 on CentOS 5.x. or 6.x
Tomcat 7 implements the JavaServer Pages 2.2 and Servlet 3.0 specifications and a number of new features. The Manager application also has a new look and finer-grain roles and access than 6.x Continue reading
This post will cover installation and configuration of Tomcat 6 on CentOS 5.
We will also show how to run Tomcat as a service, create a start/stop script, and configure Tomcat to run under a non-root user.
This post has been updated for Tomcat 6.0.32.
This post below will work with any Tomcat 6.x version, but I have been keeping it updated to keep the links consistent and to make it as “copying-and-paste” as possible.
If you are looking for our tutorial on installing Tomcat 7 on CentOS/RHEL, you can find it here. Continue reading
This post will cover basic installation and configuration of Oracle 11g Express Edition (XE) on CentOS. We will also take a quick look at configuring Application Express (APEX) for 11g XE.
Basic installation is straight forward.
If you just want to get up and running, you can just do steps 1 to 4 below (and 10 and 11 for Apex). The remaining steps (5 to 9) cover basic backup, recovery, and performance configuration. Continue reading
init (Original Method)
The init method works for RHEL and it’s clones (Oracle Linux and CentOS) up to and including RHEL6. It also Continue reading