VinodNagpure wrote:This has zero to do with the database and everything to do with your handling of the OS. I'd suggest you ask here: Generic Linux
Hi All !
Any help on the below error please:
[oracle@test ~]$ firefox https://test.synerp.com:5500/em/console/aboutApplication
Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
Xlib: No protocol specified
Error: cannot open display: :0.0
VinodNagpure wrote:is 'http://172.20.220.15/5500' the url that is reported when you 'emctl start dbconsole'?
First I tried http://172.20.220.15/ and it says HTTP is working fine. Next I tried http://172.20.220.15/5500 and it says The webpage cannot be found !
emctl stop dbconsole emctl start dbconsole
VinodNagpure wrote:"it is not working. " is not an actionable error message. My car "is not working". Can you tell me what is wrong with it?
Thanks for your reply and pointing out. Yes you are right. But I tried to connect directly from the browser too but it is not working.
And my concepts are not clear on display setting. Could you please point out some good document/link for understanding the same ?It's not necessarily that simple. For your immediate purpose, I would abandon that. dbcontrol is a web-based app. It is accessed via a web browser. It doesn't give a flying fig if the browser is running on the server or on some desktop. Far simpler to run the browser from your desktop and not have to deal with x-windows redirection at all.
Dude wrote:True. I guess I was just anticipating his next thread .... ;-)
I think though that sorting out remote or local X Window support to access the DB console is probably not a suitable solution for the OP. And it should not be necessary at all. If the network, URL addressing or the server firewall configuration is not the problem then it pretty much leaves the database DB console configuration, which is beyond the scope of this forum.