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#1 27-Jul-2009 19:43:20

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SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

KIWI LINUX is a version of UBUNTU LINUX
I know from Arkeon that SCOL can run under LINUX
OK mister IRI, now I have UBUNTU and I want to install SCOL server on my computer.
In 'Readme' we have:

SCOL for Linux
                       ================



I. INSTALLATION
---------------

  Launch installation script :
    ./install.sh

  This script will query :
    - SCOL destination directory
    - SCOL group and user name ; if they don't exist,
the script propose to create them (you must be root).
    - the IP address to access SCOL sites
    SCOL can be used with any Unix user but you should not use 'root'.
Use instead a specific group and user 'scol'.

  Then, the script extracts files into destination directory.

  Then you have to define a SCOL server administrator by giving a login,
a password and optionnally a first name and a last name.

  At last, the script proposes to insert SCOL in file /etc/inittab so
it will be automatically launched at machine's startup.

But not work !
See this:

a@ubuntu:~/Documents/scol_install$ ./install.sh
-e
-e         =========================
-e         SCOL SERVER INSTALLATION
-e         =========================
-e
-e Enter SCOL destination directory (a 'scol' subdirectory will be added to this path) :
-e Enter SCOL destination directory (a 'scol' subdirectory will be added to this path) : MyScol
-e The destination directory does not exist.
-e Do you want to create it ? [y/n] y
-e
-e Enter SCOL group name : a
-e
-e Enter SCOL user name : a
-e
-e Enter the external address of the server either with a DNS name or an IP address [not mandatory] : 127.0.0.1
-e
-e Extracting files ...
-e
-e Updating ini files ...
cd: 245: can't cd to MyScol/scol
cd: 267: can't cd to MyScol/scol/data/.odbctxt
./install.sh: 267: cannot open admin: No such file
mv: cannot stat `admin.new': No such file or directory
-e
cd: 271: can't cd to MyScol/scol/data/.odbctxt
-e Enter SCOL administration login : a
-e Enter SCOL administration password : lilu
-e Enter administrator's first name [not mandatory] : a
-e Enter administrator's last name [not mandatory] : a   
-e Updating ACL table ...
-e
-e Creating SCOL start script ...
cd: 289: can't cd to MyScol/scol
-e
-e Changing owner ...
chown: cannot access `MyScol/scol': No such file or directory
-e Installation cancelled
a@ubuntu:~/Documents/scol_install$

Mister Arkeon and mister Iri, can You help me to install Scol package please ?

My server will be online soon, and I want to run Scol on him.

Last edited by VRServer (27-Jul-2009 19:51:44)


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#2 29-Jul-2009 11:36:52

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

I'm making a zip of my actual scol server version.

1 - create a "scol" user
2 - copy the zip in /home/scol
3 - unzip -L scol.zip
4 - install stuffs (see in scol/init.d directory for the scripts contents and install what you don't have yet)
5 - create the mysql database from the script in scol/data
6 - replace anywhere in files myDomain.com by your server domain
7 - replace anywhere in files DBlogin and DBpassword by your mysql user for the scol database
8 - update the odbc.in with the good content (exemple in scol/unixodbc/odbc.ini
9 - make sure that the libmyodbc.so has the good name and directory else make a link (ln -s ...)

tell me when you have finish this smile


here the zip file > http://arkeon.dyndns.org/scol/scol_linux_server.zip

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#3 31-Jul-2009 15:53:07

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

arkeon wrote:

tell me when you have finish this smile

Mister Arkeon,
ThankYou, that archive is now on my pc.
Only "Scol" is a realy enteresting VR server for Linux.
I'm new on Linux, and I need time to learn to work with SUDO things
Here is my latest attempt of instaling 'Scol' from Your archive:

scol@ubuntu:~/init.d$ ./install.sh
ln: creating symbolic link `/usr/bin/scol': Permission denied
cp: cannot create regular file `/etc/init.d/scol': Permission denied
chown: cannot access `/etc/init.d/scol': No such file or directory
chmod: cannot access `/etc/init.d/scol': No such file or directory
update-rc.d: /etc/init.d/scol: file does not exist
scol@ubuntu:~/init.d$

I will be back with news.


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#4 1-Aug-2009 16:33:01

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

You must install .sh from root

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#5 3-Aug-2009 21:41:25

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

Hello

You should be in root.
I don't know Kiwi linux but if it based on Ubuntu, you should do :

- be 'root' :

$ su -

(you should be  already in the root directory, you can verify it by this command

$ pwd
/root

)
Copy the zip in the subfolder. By example :

mv /home/your_login/scol_linux_server.zip mytmp

Unzip :

unzip scol_linux_server.zip

So, install the Scol server :

$ ./directories_where_is_this script_from_root_directory/install.sh

when the install is finished, quit the root privileges

$ exit

Or, other method :
- go to the root directory

$ cd /root

Copy the zip in the subfolder. By example :

mv /home/your_login/scol_linux_server.zip mytmp

Unzip :

unzip scol_linux_server.zip

- install the Scol server :

$ sudo ./install.sh

- enter your password and press on Enter

[EDIT]
Arkeon, compress to the free format (gzip, 7z...). Zip is not free and unzip not always installed on Linux ! ;-)
[/EDIT]

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#6 6-Aug-2009 02:12:59

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

BonJour monsieur Iri,
ThankYou for help.
http://www.kiwilinux.org/kiwi/en/
I have trouble with Kiwi, with LAMP installation ... You know, are necesary a lotof rights sad
Immediately after I will resolve the issue, I will return to SCOL.

ThankYou


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#7 6-Aug-2009 11:31:43

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

Ok smile

To install any products -> must be root because you change your system
To modify your work -> not root because your work is personal

To install LAMP, perhaps this can help you : http://www.howtoforge.com/ubuntu_lamp_for_newbies

bye

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#8 5-Jan-2010 10:46:12

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

Last month I tried to go into computer with Linux. But I could not start Linux, because I forgot password ...
It is quite possible this year to put online this computer ...
SCOL is and still to be a good VR Server.


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#9 5-Jan-2010 20:19:38

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

and scol is expected to be better soon wink

me too, i have to deal with a linux server( ubuntu), not for scol, but for the publication of a java web application i have developped.
So, i will have to install Tomcat, apache and mysql on it.
i m a little afraid about that neutral


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#10 5-Jan-2010 22:18:57

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

ok !

So, i will have to install Tomcat, apache and mysql on it.
i m a little afraid about that neutral

i've never install any java server but many howto exist to Ubuntu. Good luck

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#11 15-Jan-2010 05:37:23

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#12 18-Mar-2010 13:03:24

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

[img align=L]http://c.cyberciti.biz/cbzcache/3rdparty/ubuntu-logo.jpg[/img]
http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/ubuntu-lin … -password/

Ubuntu Linux root Password (Default Password)

I have just installed Ubuntu Linux. But, what is the default root password? I can only login as a normal user. How do I login as root user?
How do I login as root user?

Open terminal and simply type the following command:
$ sudo bash
OR
$ sudo -s


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#13 18-Mar-2010 17:44:01

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

Hi,

It is not necassery to create a root user. Under Ubuntu, your user login may have the root privileges. Temporarily.

If you need to do something with the root privilege (= administrative rights), open a terminal and write :

sudo your_command

With sudo, you become a superuser.

For example :

sudo apt-get update

So, enter the same password as your user login (if your login is not a simple guest, of course !)

Otherwise, check the rights to your login (you should have some adminstratives rights). If you need more rights, ask to the server administrator.

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#14 20-Mar-2010 10:12:16

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

iri wrote:

Hi,

It is not necassery to create a root user. Under Ubuntu, your user login may have the root privileges. Temporarily.

If you need to do something with the root privilege (= administrative rights), open a terminal and write :

sudo your_command

With sudo, you become a superuser.

For example :

sudo apt-get update

So, enter the same password as your user login (if your login is not a simple guest, of course !)

Otherwise, check the rights to your login (you should have some adminstratives rights). If you need more rights, ask to the server administrator.

Boss, my last message was written from Linux.
If You not put here, all steps for installing SCOL server, is hard for us. We mast for the first to learn this system operating, and then we will can do install the server.

What mean 'SUDO' ?
He mean 'S-uper U-ser Do'. And the comands are : 'S-uper U-user Do COMMAND'

I need a time to understand Linux, and Linux's kind of files ...

Again, we need a tutorial, a complete tutorial, for using Linux for SCOL installation.


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#15 20-Mar-2010 11:33:05

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

Well ...

- sudo :

You are some docs from the Ubuntu web site. For example :

https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/administra … rminal.html
or
http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/har … udo.8.html


- Doc for Scol server 4 :

This doc already exists on Scolring :
http://www.scolring.org/index.php/fr/lo … info&id=28

This zip contains a complete doc : installation, administration, sites mangement, ... with dms or without dms.

Regards,

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#16 20-Mar-2010 13:40:54

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#17 11-May-2010 16:05:59

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Re: SCOL under UBUNTU KIWI LINUX

smile
Ehe he heeeee ...
I'm ROOT !
=================================================
nickname: scolkiwi
password: a1b2c3d4e5
-----------------------------
01) Application -> Accessories -> Terminal
02) Terminal:
scolkiwi@scolkiwi-desktop:~$
03) write:
sudo bash
04) Terminal:
scolkiwi@scolkiwi-desktop:~$ sudo bash
05) ENTER
06) Terminal:
scolkiw@scolkiwI-desktop:~$ sudo bash
password:
07) write:
a1b2c3d4e5
08) ENTER
09) Terminal:
scolkiwI@scolkiwI-desktop:~$ sudo bash
[sudo] password for scolkiwI:
root@scolkiwI-desktop:~#
10)
-----------------------------
=================================================
http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/how-can-i-log-in-as-root/ :

sudo command

sudo is a program for Linux / BSD / Unix-like computer operating systems that allows users to run programs with the security privileges of another user normally the superuser (root). By default, sudo will prompt for a user password but it may be configured to require the root password or no password at all. Apple Mac OS X and Ubuntu Linux and many other oses used sudo command for many administrative tasks. For example, to login as root under Ubuntu Linux, type:
$ sudo bash

-----------------------------
A litlle obiection: The command is "sudo bash", not "$ sudo bash" !

Well, from now I'm a Super User, ready to DO ....

Last edited by VRServer (11-May-2010 16:08:31)


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