My name is Rich Soule.
I’m the owner of Rich Soule Racing and an instructor for quite a few other driving schools.
I work as the Director of Consulting at Insum, focusing on Oracle technology projects and adding extensions to Oracle Applications. The views expressed on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Insum.
Prior to Insum, I was a consultant at C2 which merged with Insum. Before then I was as an Enterprise Solution Architect for RFD & Associates, an Oracle reseller and software development firm in Austin Texas. Prior to RFD, I worked for Oracle for 14 years.
Additionally, I teach in the High Technology Division of Austin Community College. Currently, I’m teaching the Oracle Certification program which will enable my students to get their Oracle Certified Professional certification from Oracle.
This is my blog that combines both of my hobbies, Cars and Code, in one place.
February 14th, 2015 at 5:58 am
Morning Rich, I found your site by relentless browsing for an answer for- “how to widen body of elegant grunge, or narrow the left hand sidebar” One of your posts (way back in 2011) explained how you did this, but it was a bunch of code which may as well be Chinese for me. Is there any way for me to do this without knowing code??
Stillman Valley , IL
February 14th, 2015 at 8:43 am
Not really… I might suggest having a friend who knows something about CSS work on it (trade him/her a beer?). It’s actually not all that hard, but of course you’d have to know a thing or two about editing files and such. Note that I’d really like to get the comments to be wider too.
July 15th, 2017 at 8:35 am
I just got a new desktop to dedicate Oracle Linux and 12cR2. I was able to work on the oracle db fine in windows, but now it’s a bit more challenging. The install went smoothly, but now all the executables are located in the bin folder. I searched all over to find an answer to this and didn’t have any luck so I’m here…. is there an easy way to have Oracle Linux build a set of program group icons the way ms windows puts a nice folder of executables in the start folder?
February 6th, 2019 at 9:41 pm
The icons on the desktop, or really in the applications menu, are more for things like SQL Developer instead of the actual database itself.