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    Question to Atljam (but anyone can answer)

    Hi ,

    I read somewhere in one of your posts that u installed Oracle on Solaris Intel platform.

    I'm eager to know which version of Oracle u used .

    I'm asking this because I'm not aware of a version of Oracle that runs on Solaris Intel Platform .

    Thanks



    Mukobero

    OCP 8i DBA

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    There is a version of 8.1.5 and 8.1.7 that runs on Solaris Intel.
    Jeff Hunter
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    check with oracle . I think they has them all.. I used 8.16
    jonathannguyen

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    Installation

    Hi Guys,

    Just wanna ask if i can install oracle for Sun Solaris on
    Solaris Intel...

    thnx
    Rahul..

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    Nope!!
    Edward Haskins, OCP
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    Yes I installed Oracle 8.1.7 on an Intel machine, it went about the same way as my install on Red Hat, with a few differences.
    I bought the CD pack from Oracle for Solaris Intel. Actually installing Solaris came with more problems than Oracle.
    I had to buy an old network card for it to work.
    Later

    Dan

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