Bathroom: done! – update IV
After a quiet period, the unexpected has happened: our lavabo has been delivered to our supplier!
TheY gave me a call a few minutes ago asking whether they could deliver it sometime this afternoon.
Yeah right, ‘some time’. It should be between 16:30 and 16:45, or else would it not be delivered before Friday afternoon. Out goes all flexibility…
I’ll be heading off from work early today, which is only a good thing as my Oracle-installation has been giving me nightmares the last few days.
I’m trying to get DBXE, Soa Suite and BAM on one machine working, which is kind of a pain in the proverbial butt.
Oh well, we’ll see. Tonight some pics I hope!
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SOA Suite and XE on the same machine, you’d better pack the 8GB memory modules 😉
We’ve got an Intel E6850 machine (dualcore 3GHz) with 4GB of ram and two 20″ widescreens to play with.
It’s not the fastest out there, but it beats the 1GB 2,8GHz P4’s of the regular workstations…
Well, speed isn’t the issue, it the one-click-install that’s creating havoc by not being a 1-click-install. First of all, the issued GPO’s don;t allow us to execute “setup.exe”. :s
I managed, but I’ve been battling for quite some time. 😉
Welcome to Oracle land 🙂
Really, there’s very little that’s nÃ³t crap about Oracle’s installation, configuration, licensing, support and development.
I love PLSQL developer though 🙂
But setup has improved significantly since Oracle 8 or so, I even heard they simply have .deb file for Oracle XE on debian 😀
Actually, the one install that went flawlessly was JDeveloper. 😉
Unzip & run FTW!