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CMS-XML After installing VM on Linux I get cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
This problem is caused by not having the correct version of the gcc runtime libraries installed. Later versions of Linux (e.g. SuSE Linux 11, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, etc.) include runtime libraries for programs built using gcc 4.x, however, VM is looking for the
... , if not installed ; that VM ... ... /software/ gcc / gcc .html ) ... ... , which is setup for Distributed Shared ... ... cover how to setup Apache with DSO ... Installation Procedure ... is not already installed , then it should be installed now, using ... instructions in the Installation Manual, with ... ... the VM Server Installation Guide at the “ Installing VM Server on ... ... 7 of the installation procedure and then ... ... During the actual installation (step 5 ... Netscape Enterprise Server installed , then proceed ... “template” install – see p ... < VM_Server_ Install _Dir> is the directory in which VM Server was installed
CMS-XML UnZipSFX error when installing VM 8.5.3 patch on Linux
The solution for this issue is simply installing an updated version of UnZipSFX by running the following command after you remove the old version, yum install unzip Following this installation you should be able to run the installer for the patch.
CMS-XML How to change the SELinux configuration so that VM I-Net can use the system-installed Apache HTTPD server
Red Hat Linux (RHEL): yum install policycoreutils-python SUSE Linux (SLES):
CMS-XML Version Manager HOST login source does not work on Linux when the OS is configured to use winbind or SSSD
Winbind: yum install samba-winbind-clients.i686 SSSD:
MS-WORD Upon installing JavaWebServer1
Upon installing JavaWebServer1.1 and Version Manager Server, the following changes are made to the Windows NT system. Click the links in the table of contents below to jump to a specific section.
CMS-XML Install: The standard Windows components installed
Install : The standard Windows components installed
CMS-XML Selected features in Workstation Install are blank
Selected features in Workstation Install are blank
CMS-XML Install: #922 Unix Tape Work Around
Install : #922 Unix Tape Work Around
CMS-XML Install: workstation copy cat setup doesn't create icons
Install : workstation copy cat setup doesn't create icons
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