A certain something has been released today, so like any self respecting DBA/Developer I went straight for the manuals…
At the time of writing there are none listed on OTN or Tahiti. I tried cunningly altering existing URLs to match the new version, but to no avail.
I’m sure they will appear soon. 🙂
Update: Thank you to Mathew Buttler for pointing out the documentation is available here:
It’s that time again where I check to see if Oracle installs on the latest version of Fedora. The result once again is yes, it does. The main website has the links to the articles. I would add links here only the browser on this internet cafe machine doesn’t support cut & pates. 🙂
When I get on a real computer I’ll put the links in this post as well. 🙂
This release of Fedora is probably quite significant as it is likely to be the base for RHEL6.