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Problem with Oracle XE on Oracle Linux VirtualBox Appliance

Posted on 2013-01-26
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I have downloaded the Zend Server VirtualBox Appliance and installed it and Oracle is working properly.  Whenever I change the IP address from DHCP to a static address, I am no longer able access the management webpage.  

If I run the configure routine after I have switched to a static IP, the configuration fails.

Any thoughts?
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The problem I was having was the hosts table needed an entry for the static IP address once I changed it.  Once I entered a FQDN for the host, the process worked like a charm.
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