How Do I check to see if I have Oracle Wallet installed?

What is the syntax for checking to see if Oracle Wallet installed on a Unix machine?
sikyalaSenior Database AdministratorAsked:
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meluhkCommented:
Type

$ own

at the Unix prompt from the oracle account.  That is the command to start Oracle Wallet Manager.

Regards,
Melanie
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sikyalaSenior Database AdministratorAuthor Commented:
I typed it and got the following:

$ own
ksh: own:  not found

Does that mean it is not installed?
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BrightApolloCommented:
Try this:

$whence own

If it isn't found, then make sure your PATH is setup correctly to find your oracle 9iAS binaries.  For example, if you get back the PATH for dcmctl:

$whence dcmctl
/u01/app/oracle9ias/product/9.2.0/dcm/bin/dcmctl

then you know your PATH is all right and, well, Oracle Wallet isn't there.

-BrAp



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gackiCommented:
Type owm not own!!!!

Gerald
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sikyalaSenior Database AdministratorAuthor Commented:
I typed owm and I got this:

$ owm
Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
Xlib: Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key
Exiting
java.lang.NullPointerException
        at oracle.ewt.lwAWT.BufferedApplet.<init>(Compiled Code)
        at oracle.sysman.emSDK.client.appContainer.WebApplication.<init>(Compiled Code)
        at oracle.security.admin.wltmgr.owma.OwmaApp.<init>(Compiled Code)
        at oracle.sysman.emSDK.client.appContainer.WebApplication.main(Compiled Code)
Done.
 
what does this mean?
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gackiCommented:
For testing purposes do the following: login as root, then type
xhost +

You will see the following message: access control disabled, clients can connect from any host

Then login as the user that will start owm and type
owm

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meluhkCommented:
Sorry for the typo!  Yes, owm not own!...

Also try setting your display to the IP of your desktop/workstation...

$ export DISPLAY=172.22.222.172:0

You also have to have X going on your desktop, using Exceed or something similar.
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sikyalaSenior Database AdministratorAuthor Commented:
When I type xhost +
I get xhost + not found

What I am trying to do is just confirm whether or not I have Oracle Wallet and if so restrict access to the files in the Oracle Wallet directory. I don't want to use Oracle Wallet.
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gackiCommented:
Check if the file /ORACLE_HOME/bin/owm exists and check if the directory /ORACLE_HOME/owm/ exists.

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sikyalaSenior Database AdministratorAuthor Commented:
There is a /ORACLE_HOME/owm/

Here are the contents:

drwxr-xr-x   2 oracle   dba          512 Mar 31 14:11 install
drwxr-xr-x   3 oracle   dba          512 Dec 13 15:10 jlib
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gackiCommented:
If, in addition, exists /ORACLE_HOME/bin/owm then you have it installed.
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