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Re: Glassfish Problems

That is an awesome program there, sir. I have some servers that can use this. Thanks. -- Jeff From: solarisx86@yahoogroups.com
Jeff Brower
May 28
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57176

Re: Glassfish Problems

There it is!! Yup. This is exactly what I needed to do – more completely. I did try that, but I only concatenated the certificate with the intermediate
Jeff Brower
May 28
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57175

Re: Glassfish Problems

... Assuming the OP's appserver is unsupported, perhaps an Apache or Lighthttpd frontend proxy is another work-around. John groenveld@...
John D Groenveld
May 27
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57174

Re: Glassfish Problems

... FWIW whenever I have to mess with Java keystores (which is too frequently) I use the open source Keystore Explorer GUI. It doesn’t save you from knowing
Chris Ridd
May 27
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57173

Re: Glassfish Problems

Did you concatenate the GoDaddy Root Chain to the certificate that you imported into the key store? Paul Franz ... Did you concatenate the GoDaddy Root Chain
Paul Franz
May 26
#57173
 
57172

Glassfish Problems

Hi guys, Oracle is making me nuts with a certificate. You guys helped me out before with something similar (a certificate where the client was acting as their
Jeff Brower
May 21
#57172
 
57171

SFWfirefox 31.7.0esr

Hopefully we'll see 38.0.1esr RSN. John groenveld@...
John D Groenveld
May 19
#57171
 
57170

Re: Virtual frame buffer

... Xvnc has it's own built in virtual frame buffer - it never uses the graphics card. (Sharing the display from the graphics card is instead done with vino
Alan Coopersmith
May 6
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57169

Virtual frame buffer

Does anyone know if there is a way to tie the xvnc server to the virtual frame buffer (I think it is xfb or xvfb) and be able to remotely display video on
john scheer
May 6
#57169
 
57168

Podcast: Brendan Gregg on System Performance Methodologies

H/T to the Google oracle for this news: Happy listening, John
John D Groenveld
May 5
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57167

Re: NEEDED: Solaris 11.1 32bit x86 USB or ISO image

... A low volume (high margin?) Oracle list :-) Chris
Chris Ridd
Apr 25
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57166

Re: NEEDED: Solaris 11.1 32bit x86 USB or ISO image

Alternatively, you could try OmniOS or even FreeBSD to mount the ZFS drives and copy the data off. /dale
Dale Ghent
Apr 24
#57166
 
57165

Re: NEEDED: Solaris 11.1 32bit x86 USB or ISO image

Must be that its the express version 11.11.11 . I thought about just pulling the drives out and inserting them into another box.. Thats my fallback. On
Aficionado
Apr 24
#57165
 
57164

Re: NEEDED: Solaris 11.1 32bit x86 USB or ISO image

In message , "Chris Ridd chrisrid ... Low signal, low noise:
John D Groenveld
Apr 24
#57164
 
57163

Re: NEEDED: Solaris 11.1 32bit x86 USB or ISO image

... I think about your only chance is to install Oracle Solaris 11 in a VM somewhere, and present the VM with your disks/images of your disks. The folks on the
Chris Ridd
Apr 24
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