This is the first in a three part series on setting up Tridion Content Delivery on Redhat Linux with an Oracle 12c database.
SDL’s Tridion documentation does not go very deep into the set up of Content Delivery in a Linux environment and I have found little content out in the community around this. I thought that it would be valuable to create a few videos that step through the installation of a Redhat Linux server with Oracle 12c for Content Delivery for those with little Linux and Oracle experience. This isn’t intended as a set up guide for a production server (That’s what sysadmins and DBAs live for) but it will give you your own instance of a working Linux/Oracle CD environment that you can play around with.
Notes, commands and links mentioned in the video can be found further down the page beneath the video player.
Notes, Links and Commands
- Amazon Web Services
- Installing a desktop environment on RHEL
- Installing TigerVNC server . Note that te vncserver@.service file should be named vncserver@:0.service rather than vncserver@.service as described in this guide
- Start the VNC server with
sudo service vncserver@:0 start
- Open an SSH VNC tunnel on your local machine with
ssh -v -C -L 5900:localhost:5900 ec2-user@[host-ip-address]
- Chicken of the VNC (OS X VNC Client)