I’ve done this install on my Windows 10 laptop at work. No dramas on either. I’ll probably do the installations at home on Windows 10, macOS Mojave and Oracle Linux 7 hosts tonight. I’ll add an update here when I’ve done that.
Some Vagrant builds are running now… 🙂
Update: Installations on Windows 10, macOS Mojave and Oracle Linux 7 hosts at home went fine. Running through some Vagrant builds now.
It should be obvious, but this is a beta release of the OS, so everything below is just me playing. It will all have to be done again, and done “properly” once the final release appears. Even then, it will be a while before anything is certified against the new OS, so don’t take this seriously.
A few weeks ago I put out a post about 19c installations and all that good stuff. That post was using the 19.2 release, which was not the official on-prem release of the product. Now Oracle 19c (19.3) has dropped and is available from here, and here, this post is just to say all those builds have been updated to use this 19.3 release. I also noticed the 19c preinstall package is available from yum.oracle.com.
Not surprisingly, I took the Vagrant and Docker builds I did for 19.2 and just changed the environment variables holding the software zip names, and everything worked just fine. Here are the associated articles, with those minor edits to reflect this version change.
So far I’ve only had a chance to install it on my Windows 10 laptop at home and my Windows 10 laptop at work. No dramas on either. I’ll probably do the installations on macOS Mojave and Oracle Linux 7 hosts tonight. I’ll add an update here to say how they’ve gone.
With all the other Oracle updates that have just come out, I’ll be doing loads of Vagrant and Docker builds over the next couple of evenings, so this should get a reasonable workout.
Update: The installations on macOS Mojave and Oracle Linux 7 hosts worked fine too.