mercredi, mars 23 2016

Oracle Jdeveloper: silent install of extensions

Oracle Jdeveloper uses extensions to add more functionalities.

The only documented installation is interactive: it asks the user to get them through the update menu, and requires admin privileges (and will fail silently).

But there is a way to install them silently.

The utility is named ojwebupdate, and is available in jdeveloper/jdev/bin directory. Here some examples for installing the junit extension:

  • To get the help: ojwebupdate -help
  • To list updates ojwebupdate -l
  • To install a extension, ojwebupdate -bundles=oracle.jdeveloper.junit,oracle.BC4J.junit
  • To install with a file containing the list of bundles : ojwebupdate
  • To install zipped archives downloaded locally from the site: ojwebupdate -zips=/tmp/,/tmp/

You have to call it twice to install the extension!

The tool uses java, so it's available for Linux and Windows

mercredi, février 17 2016

HP Thinpro update and mass deployment

A new version of HP thinpro 5.2 has been released some months ago, the OS used for HP thin client t510, t610, t5565, t5745. I used the classical netcat+dd to install it on the test environment. You can find the image on the HP ftp T6X52011.dd.gz

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jeudi, août 6 2015

Efficient Remote Desktop on linux: xrdp with RemoteFX

The two most known Remote Desktop Service on linux are XDMCP and VNC.

  • XDMCP because of the nature of X11, allowing network support directly into the protocol by design. Mostly known by advanced linux admins and seniors unix users.
  • VNC because of the easy to install a server, the availability to get a free server and client. Mostly known by users working on other platform (Windows, Mac).

These two protocol suffer from performance issue.

There is still place for RDP, mostly known because of the remote desktop service for microsoft servers, also some implementation exist in Linux: xrdp

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