Fedora 37 was released recently. Here comes the standard warning.
Here are the usual things I do when a new version of Fedora comes out.
- Fedora 37 (F37) Installation
- Oracle Database 19c Installation On Fedora 37 (F37)
- Oracle Database 21c Installation On Fedora 37 (F37)
Why do I do this? As mentioned in the first link, Fedora is a proving ground for future versions of RHEL, and therefore Oracle Linux. I like to see what is coming around the corner. Doing this has no “real world” value, but I’m a geek, and this is what geeks do.
I pushed Vagrant builds to my GitHub.
If you want to try these you will need to build a Fedora 37 box. You can do that using Packer. There is an example of that here.
So now you know how to do it, please don’t! 🙂
So what’s new with Fedora 37? You can read about it here.