Category Archives: howto

Automating Oracle 11.2 installation on RHEL 7

I’ve seen a few guides out there about how to install Oracle 11.2 on RHEL 7, but none that will run silently, end to end, with no clicking. Currently, if Oracle is required, we download a script in the kickstart … Continue reading

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How to script logging into WebSphere Portal 8.0

How to script the login process in Portal 8.0 Continue reading

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Getting IBM Bootable Media Creator to run on Ubuntu 12.04

Updated instructions about how to get the IBM Bootable Media Creator to run on Ubuntu . Continue reading

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How to print hosts in a vSphere cluster using vcli

How to retrieve a list of hosts in a vSphere cluster using vcli Continue reading

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Cluster Installation – setting WCM_HOST and WCM_PORT

How to automate setting WCM_HOST and WCM_PORT values with a simple ConfigEngine script. Continue reading

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Getting the IBM Bootable Media Creator (BoMC) to run on Ubuntu 10.04

How to get the IBM Bootable Media Creator (BoMC) to run on Ubuntu Continue reading

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Uninstall Process Server, keep Portal Server

How to uninstall WebSphere Process Server 6.0 from your WebSphere Portal 6.0 environment. Continue reading

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How to use the PVSCSI driver on Ubuntu Lucid

How to get the paravirtualized scsi driver going on Ubuntu 10.04. Continue reading

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Cross platform DB2 backup and restore

A guide on how to move a DB2 database from one platform to another with special emphasis on migrating from Windows to Linux. Continue reading

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How to get rid of SECJ0055E error message in WebSphere Portal

SECJ0055E is a WebSphere error message you might see in your SystemOut.log if you have changed your WAS Admin Password. Here is how to get rid of the message. Continue reading

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