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Oracle 9ias REP3000 errors & Xvfb

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Jim Krol
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Oracle 9ias REP3000 errors & Xvfb

I have seen a solution to this problem. It involves xvfb.xinitrc and a perl script. A responder gave an HP ftp site where I could get a tar file that had these. I tried the ftp site but it didn't work, timed out. That site was hprc.external.hp.com. Does anyone know where I can get xvfb_init.tar.gz? The responder that posted the ftp site was Uncle Liew and the responder who referenced these files was Steven E Protter. Any help locating these files would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Jim Krol
james.krol@boeing.com
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Oracle 9ias REP3000 errors & Xvfb

This thread includes all the information including a dummy configuration file that will solve this issue.

http://forums.itrc.hp.com/cm/QuestionAnswer/1,,0xa93c63f96280d711abdc0090277a778c,00.html


If by chance you are Chicago based, so am I, so let me know if I can help out.

Pay attention to the DISPLAY settings in the script that starts Oracle Reports.

If the information is useful to you please point the post.

Regards,

SEP
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Lionel MAZE
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Re: Oracle 9ias REP3000 errors & Xvfb

Hi Ted,
You can also read the Oracle Metalink note 181244.1
lmaze
Yogeeraj_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Oracle 9ias REP3000 errors & Xvfb

hi,

you should apply the patch PHSS_25263 as mentioned above by SEP.

Anyway, am attaching the desired file.

hth
Yogeeraj
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Jim Krol
Advisor

Re: Oracle 9ias REP3000 errors & Xvfb

Thanks for the help. I got the ftp server to work and will be trying the Oracle App server whenever the Oracle Guy gets out of bed.

Thanks,
Jim Krol
james.krol@boeing.com