mipas1 said...Perfect guide. I would like to add two things here:
1. Link to the current version of 11.2 (184.108.40.206) Oracle DB which has a support for SeLinux, so you don't have to disable it. Here it is: https://updates.oracle.com/Orion/PatchDetails/process_form?patch_num=10404530
2. Link to the solution of this error that I've encountered: http://www.sysdbaonline.com/2010/09/11gr2-install-fails-on-fedora-1
I've added a few notes to the article to pick up your points.
Christian said...FAIK bdflush is obsolete and does nothing. In latest Fedora 17 kernel vm.bdflush disappeared
Not sure what this has got to do with the article. I don't mention that setting at all...
Frank said...Hi, the article is great but I get the obvious:
You don't mention when you get this. Start a thread in the forum and give me some more info if you want any help on this.
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