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Running other package in seperate partition.

by tasuray / June 22, 2008 2:51 PM PDT

Hi,
In my office there is a HP server with UNIX as OS.Oracle 9i is loaded in it at c drive with which a program is running. Now, my question is this that can I load another program in other drive say at D drive and able to protect is by password? secondly can I share the same oracle for this program as a seperate administrator ?.
thanks.

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How protected must it be?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 23, 2008 12:01 AM PDT

Remember that any Windows password and even EFS is not secure if I have access to the machine plus if I boot another OS then it's rules apply.

Sorry but your question may be revealing you have either not researched this or are very new to the PC.
Bob

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chown chmod
by squirtlewa / June 23, 2008 1:52 AM PDT

I haven't used that version of unix, but in every other you can use chown and chmod to set the owner and access privileges to files.

type man chmod to see the very many options with it.

The systems I've used only have one super-user, root. If you can su, you can modify/access anything.

I kinda think "PC Hardware" isn't a great place for a question like this -- see if you can find a HP unix forum.

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chown chmod
by tasuray / July 4, 2008 3:22 AM PDT
In reply to: chown chmod

thanks. I'm trying to find out a forum for HP-UNIX.

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