The Centos Directory Server (based on Fedora Directory Server) can be downloaded for free and set up in less than half an hour.

To do this, enter the following comand (for bash): export PATH=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk-1.6.0.0/jre/bin:$PATH This sets the appropriate Java directory to be searched first, before the rest of the PATH, so the desired java environment and jvm are used. The following error is reported when yum is executed: Could not retrieve mirrorlist Plz do refrain from jumping to conclusions without double checking first with issues at ur end.

The less envasive method is using the tools redhat gives us.... With it you can change the java system back and forward. In fact if you pick up a centos 5.2 base and install java 1.4 and 1.6, the 1.6 stays the default. release=5&arch=i386&repo= hooo hoo, Hold on to ur horses steve boy, lets not jump the gun here. --Oz Note: Guys at centos.org, do accept my humble appreciation for all ur work. I doubt that, I checked their testing repo of centos 4 but it doesn´t seem to exist.

It is highly recommended to perform a test update on a separate testing machine first.

The new OTRS daemon is responsible for handling any asynchronous and recurring tasks in OTRS.

The test repo is listed at official wiki of centos ppl. I think ur best bet is to get hold of rpms, build them & then try some of instructions in this tutorial. -0z I found the following for installing a sample program: alternatives --install /etc/alternatives/editor myeditor /usr/bin/kwrite 90 So for the above it would be something like: alternatives --install /etc/alternatives/java java usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk-1.6.0.0/jre/bin/java 10 alternatives --install /etc/alternatives/javaws javaws usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk-1.6.0.0/jre/bin/javaws 10 Then use the alternatives command to specify the new packages as the default.

You need to perform a full upgrade to every version in between, including database changes and the upgrading Perl script.

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When you install Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) on a computer to create a domain controller, the administrative tools that you use to manage AD DS on the domain controller are installed automatically.

If you want to manage domain controllers remotely from a computer that is not a domain controller, you can install Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) on a member server that is running Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2.