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The IRIS Health Docker image comes with Java 1.8 but I need OpenJDK 11. How could I install that using aptitude or somehow else?
The apt-get command requires elevation but if I rewrite the command with sudo apt-get it won't build with error message /bin/sh: sudo: not found
Is it possible to do what I want?
Hi, I have a laptop with a Core i5 processor, a workstation with AMD Athlon 3000G processor, and another workstation with AMD Ryzen 3900 onboard. I was succeded to install IRIS Health community on the laptop. On both AMD workstations the install process hangs. I've waited for 8 hours but with no avail. What could be wrong with AMD?
I would appreciate some advice please- hopefully there is plenty of experts out there.
We are setting up an sFTP share between hospital trusts here in the UK and I have set the outbound operation up using a custom extension of EnsLib.HL7.Operation.FTPOperation.
We are configuring a VPN tunnel to run between the sites also so there is a bit of firewall / network routing to take place to enable the connection but to add in a complication we are on a mirrored cluster and usually present on a Virtual IP address.