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Install Mirth Connect 2.1 on Ubuntu 10.10 with MySQL Server

Mirth Connect is a Service Oriented Integration Platform based on Mule ESB. Mirth Connect is specifically designed for HL7 (Health Level Seven – set of standards for the health messages exchanging) message exchange. Mirth Connect as a SOA Platform provides

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Eclipse Helios in Mac OS X 10.6.6

I recently bought a MacBook Pro (2 GHz Intel Core i7 with 64-bit kernel and extensions enabled) to develop with Java. First thing to do was updating Java and installing Eclipse IDE, but everything about Eclipse was very slow. So

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Liferay Portal LDAP Authentication with Penrose Server

We explained in a previous post “Identity Management (IdM) in Portal, ECM and BPM Projects” how important is having a Corporate Directory (LDAP server) that serves as a repository for different types of identities and roles that will require for

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Posted in Linux, Portal, Security

Install Liferay 6.0.5 CE WAR on Tomcat 6.0.29 and MySQL as non root webapp and without Tomcat Manager

We will explain how to install Liferay 6.0.5 CE WAR bundle in an existing Apache Tomcat 6.0.29 and MySQL Server as non ROOT webapp and without Tomcat Manager. 1. Download and install Apache Tomcat 6.0.29 standard bundle (with Tomcat Manager

Posted in Linux, Portal

Remote access to CentOS with VNC Viewer

First, install VNC in CentOS: [root@svdapp95 ~]# yum –nogpgcheck install vnc 1. Create another user: [root@svdapp95 ~]# useradd roger [root@svdapp95 ~]# su – roger [roger@svdapp95 ~]$ vncpasswd Password: Verify: [roger@svdapp95 ~]$ cd .vnc [roger@svdapp95 .vnc]$ ll total 8 -rw——- 1

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Share Files between MacOSX and CentOS as a VirtualBox guest

Share files between two SO is easy because there are different protocols for sharing resources (NFS, CIFS/SMB/Samba, FTP, …), but sharing files between two PCs with OS Linux based, and one of them as virtualmachine guest of another one is

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Tomcat installation on VirtualBox’s image of CentOS 5.5

It is very difficult to install services on servers that are not connected to the Internet directly or through a proxy (critical servers), for example It happens in production environments, in this case we have to previously download the packages,

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