Comments for Oracle Database 11g Release 1 (11.1) Installation On Fedora 10 (F10)
Jeff Moss said...name of ZIP file seems to (now?) be version specific...mine said linux_11gR1_database_1013.zip
I'm working me way through the rest of it this evening - I'll email any more I find ;-)
Jeff Moss said...No idea why but I got an error message on the prerequisite checks page of the installer which said "compat-libstdc++-33-3.2.3" was not installed.
I installed it with
yum install compat-libstdc++-33-3.2.3
Then retried and it went away.
Not sure if that's cos I didn't follow something in your other Fedora install or that I did something additional or what.
It complained about networking as well - I used a static IP configuration but it seemed to think it was on a DHCP - it isn't so I just verified and ignored it.
Allisson said...Dear master,
compat-libstdc++-33-3.2.3 was not installed too. Another problem it was ORACLE_HOSTNAME and check IP network, but your explanation is amazing.
Thanks for all.
Allisson - Brasil
Fedora 10 new user
Ps: sorry my English.
jjpombar said...I have followed your procedure with some little modifications to install on SL53.
the only issue was with the compat-libstadc++, but after some info research, the yum install was done.
Many thanks for your docs.
Joaquin Pombar - France
Scientific Linux -5.3
Jeff Moss said...Just installed it on a Fedora Core 10 64 bit VMware Server 2 VM, running on an AMD Opteron box.
Only thing I had to do extra was install some packages (in this order):
Without installing the above, the Oracle installer complained of missing packages in the checks it does. Adding the above cleared that hurdle and installed the rest fine.
It complained about my networking being DHCP, when it's not, so I manually ticked that one off the checks list and then it worked fine.
anixnoyal said...Hi Experts,
I am very new to oracle.
I installed oracle with help of your posted tutorial. I have a problem with oracle login in web browser. But it was worked before restart.
please help on this.
thanks in advance.
centos it said...Interesting-lost root (and I'm an RHCE,lol) going into s and changing it doesn't help its not being saved when one switches back to user oracle in any run level..others are fine just root-pain-might as well centos this
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