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Configure OES post sp2 and hotfixes

Hi,

I tried a different approach to installing and configuring a second OES
server on Linux.

Installation started with the OES sp2 overlay cd's and did not configure
edirectory at install point. Decided to install all updates and then at
the end fire up edirectory through YaST.
I did this but iManager wasn't working, so I read somewhere that you need
to configure each of the OES components separately if you don't configure
them during the install.

I've managed to reconfigure iManager, but I am now wondering what else
needs to be cofigured or if there is a script file that can be executed to
go throught the oes install process again. I know that NSS needs
configuring, anything else?

Thanks

Jemma
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Re: Configure OES post sp2 and hotfixes

Jemma_Noor@Yahoo.com wrote:


> I've managed to reconfigure iManager, but I am now wondering what else
> needs to be cofigured or if there is a script file that can be
> executed to go throught the oes install process again. I know that
> NSS needs configuring, anything else?


You can configure most of the components through yast.

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Cheers,
Edward
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Re: Configure OES post sp2 and hotfixes

On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 10:19:38 +0000, Jemma_Noor wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I tried a different approach to installing and configuring a second OES
> server on Linux.
>
> Installation started with the OES sp2 overlay cd's and did not configure
> edirectory at install point. Decided to install all updates and then at
> the end fire up edirectory through YaST. I did this but iManager wasn't
> working, so I read somewhere that you need to configure each of the OES
> components separately if you don't configure them during the install.
>
> I've managed to reconfigure iManager, but I am now wondering what else
> needs to be cofigured or if there is a script file that can be executed to
> go throught the oes install process again. I know that NSS needs
> configuring, anything else?


LUM, and then any other services. Why do you not want to do it during the
install? I find that the best method...

--
Mark Robinson
Novell Volunteer SysOp
www.nds8.co.uk
One by one the penguins steal my sanity...

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