|Oracle Database 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.1) Installation On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL5) - A brief guide to installing Oracle 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.1) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL5).|
mike_t said..."Edit the /etc/redhat-release file replacing the current release information (Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5 (Tikanga)) with the following:"
not need, use instead ./runInstaller -ignoreSysPrereqs
Greg Solomon said...Thanks for your article. It was the only one I'd found that got me up and going on Oracle EL and 10g. I did find though that going back and installing the required packages was cumbersome do to package dependencies. After a couple of rounds at swapping out DVDs for the correct packages, I decided to start my install fresh and customize my OS package install. From there I didn't have to install another package, and the runInstaller came up without a hitch with the exception of a DISPLAY issue that I resolved in an xterm window with DISPLAY=:0.0, significantly more simple than installing packages and resolving dependencies.
Thanks again for a great doc!
Clifton said...Thanks much for your article. 10g on EL5 went smoothly without a hitch. Btw, I tried what mike_t said about --ignoreSysPrereqs on another installation. I think you'll be stuck again when the Installer does the "Product-specific prerequisite checks" which is what I faced.
Josh said...Followed this for Centos 5 and it worked flawlessly. All required packages were added using YUM Extender, not disks. Thanks very much for your efforts.
Steve said...Installing on CentOS 5.1 to prevent the error:
java: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++-libc6.1-1.so.2: cannot open shared object
enter the following as root:
ln -s libstdc++.so.6.0.8 libstdc++-libc6.1-1.so.2
I did all that on my RHEL5.1, I can start the installer but the second screen I always have an error OUI-10133: "Invalid staging area. There are no top level components for Linux available for installation in this staging area".
Did I miss somethig ?
HIIII said...very very diffucult :-*
rogo said...Excellent work! Thank you very much!
nemo said...Very, very, very Good Job. Thank's alot man.
Muzammil Riaz said...Excellent job done by Tim.
Thank, i hope you will continue the same.
Anand said...Im getting permission denied error when im runing ./runInstaller
Adrian said...I'd like to know how to make an automated install ..
Daniel lee said...perfect.
thank you very much.
Ben said...Looks like one dependency was missed -- I also need to install glibc-devel. Otherwise a great guide, thanks!
Philani (S. Africa) said...Thanks for the article but I was faced with this error: Exception java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /tmp/OraInstall2009-03-02_10-57-23AM/jre/1.4.2/lib/i386/libawt.so: libXp.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory occurred.
But I managed to resolve it by installing the xorg-x11-deprecated-libs package which to my surprise is not available in all 5 Oracle linux CDs.
Thanks for your great work.
Culithay said...Thank you very much. Not easy for a newbie, but now it's OK for me
Mahesh Pol said...Excellent Doc...I always refer this for any install problem...
Jeff Rey Asuncion said...Thanks. Sweet!
Charles Victor said...It is an amazing article. I think this is the only practical article to install 10g on RHEL 5. Good work!
walker said...OH! This is a good resource! thank you!
deaffrog said...thanks Tim for the good work!
you have helped many like me with this posting
god bless you !
Liandro Milani said...Muito bom o artigo,
acho que a Oracle deveria disponibilizar tbm a instalação em modo texto com verificação dos requisitos de sistema,
Deus te abençoe!
shahnawaz said...Thanks bro very very very excellent...
Aurelian said...I've tried using other tutorials and I failed (too many complicated errors after install, the db couldn't start or emctl wouldn't start) but with this tutorial worked perfectly!
And it's for beginners... not like other super complicated stuff
dpm said...10g is no longer available for download from oracle.com
It's an old article. Things change. You can get it from Oracle if you raise an SR on My Oracle Support.