#centos - Sat 10 Mar 2007 between 00:00 and 05:05

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misc--Logix101: you don't need to stuff with the JAVA_HOME if you use jpackage. Jpackage sorts all that out for you
peerceand, the jpackage stuff makes it work MUCH nicer in the RHEL/CentOS environment
it installs to /usr/java/jdk-version
Logix101ok will read up on that for sure
peerceand the GNU Alternatives system lets you pick what /usr/bin/java executes
misc--yes jpackage makes it very nice (not only for jdk but a number of other java like packages)
peerceonce you've played the jpackage dance on JDK, then you can use jpackage to install additional java apps as RPMs, things like tomcat, yada yada yada
the 'cool' way is to add the yum-yadayada.repo file for jpackage to /etc/yum.repos.d, but leave it set disabled by default. then, to install a jpackage RPM, you'd use `yum --enablerepo=jpackage jWhatever`
Logix101well that is cool but i only need the jdk for a compile and then its done
im trying not to burn my brain out just yet :)
ChrisGoThanks for CentOS I just learned about it today and I am switching over due to missing RedHat 9. It's great what you guys are doing!
produxI'll drink to that
hydroponx went and smoked to it
ChrisGoMan not to dis other ditros but I was getting so sick of Gentoo comiling everything you install for a MS of performance increase. I lsot a few hairs playing around debugin that stuff.
kainamlmao
ChrisGoany help docs on getting a Intel Server board which was running raid 0 hardware based o WIndows to work on CentOS?
onboard sata drives bare min but nicer than IDE :)
tahts a loaded question i know lol
rangeUse local3 or local4 and log with a severity of debug.
Ah, you already do.
So change the file in syslog.conf
for local2
aaaabut if lets say i insist that i one security log to be /var/named/named.log
any idea how can do it ?
rangeWrite a selinux rule allowing you to do so.
If you don't want to turn it off.
aaaaerrr i dont know much about selinux
:(
Meierthen read http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-4-Manual/selinux-guide/
but i would recoommend using syslog instead
rangeI have no idea why you want to log outside of /var/log. It's not a very good idea to scatter log files all over the system, because people tend to forget where the other files are.
Meieri want a pony!
ponyMeier your pony: http://tinyurl.com/ms4yy
aaaaokay thx you guys
may be i should try the syslog
k all work find now
with syslog
KekkemonI've got a question ^_^
Is it possible to go from 32-bit to 64-bit without reinstall from scratch?
Meierno

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