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How to override a NetApp Filer missing battery shutdown

How to override the automatic shutdown in a NetApp Filer Continue reading

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How to add additional packages to a Fedora repo

How to add extra packages to your Fedora / CentOS / RHEL repository with the createrepo command. Continue reading

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Offline Physical 2 Virtual conversion (p2v) using free tools

How to convert a Physical Linux server to a Virtual Linux Server using free tools. Continue reading

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Installing RHEL 5 using the VMware Paravirtualized SCSI driver (pvscsi)

How to install RHEL 5 with the VMware Paravirtualized SCSI driver embedded into the installation media, and then how to automate the installation using it Continue reading

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Generating a java heap dump when WebSphere AppServer is not responding

How to convert a system dump to a java heap dump . Continue reading

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5 Steps to installing Portal 6.1.5 on Ubuntu 9.10

Here’s how to install Portal 6.1.5 on Ubuntu 9.10 Continue reading

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Creating a Virtualbox guest machine from a physical machine

How to create a virtual machine from a physical machine using a Linux live CD and VirtualBox. Continue reading

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How to get your own local copy of the Infocenter

How to get your own local version of the WebSphere Portal infocenter, in case you can’t get to the website. Continue reading

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How to solve CWWIM4520E on Portal 6.1

How to solve EJPSG0015E, CWWIM4520E by remapping portal attributes to ldap ones. Continue reading

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ERRORCODE=-4214, SQLSTATE=28000 from DB2 on Ubuntu

Connection authorization failure occurred. Reason: Local security service non-retryable error. ERRORCODE=-4214, SQLSTATE=28000 is a common error when using DB2 on newer versions of Ubuntu. This post describes how to fix this problem. Continue reading

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