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  1. #1
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    I installed Oracle 9.2.0.1 on Linux Redhat 7.3 .0. Everything went fine untill Oracle run to Configuration Tools, it hangs there a long time so I cancelled it since it's optional but recommended.

    So the installation finish and I could find anywhere on Linux to to get to the GUI tools of Oracle.

    When I tried to log into SQL in the command line and I got the following errors:

    [oracle@qhoulinux oracle]$ sqlplus /nolog
    sqlplus: error while loading shared libraries: libclntsh.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


    I am aware of the problem on :

    In order to properly relink the oracle software you should edit the $ORACLE_HOME/bin/genclntsh script before the relink process starts. After the files start installing, open $ORACLE_HOME/bin/genclntsh file with your favorite editor (Don't worry, you'll have plenty of time before relink starts , find the line containing

    LD_SELF_CONTAINED="-z defs"
    (line 147) and change it to
    LD_SELF_CONTAINED=""
    Now all of the oracle software should relink properly.

    Could someone please give me the instructions or at least tell me what happened here.

    Thanks

  2. #2
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    can someone please help???

    Thanks

  3. #3
    Hi,

    Have you edit the file? If yes, what happen when you try to relogin?

    regards,
    feroz

  4. #4
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    Hi,

    what file do I have to edit ??? Pleaqse give me more detail.

    Thanks

  5. #5
    Hi,

    $ORACLE_HOME/bin/genclntsh.

    Do you have full explanation online regarding the text that you paste here? At least I could read it. I dont know whether you have to run it after you edit.

    regards,
    feroz


  6. #6
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    Below is what I have in $ORACLE_HOME/$product/

    #
    # List the required symbols from a product's shrept.lst file
    listf () {
    product=$1
    entryList=$ORACLE_HOME/$product/admin/shrept.lst
    grep -v '#' $entryList | \
    grep $product | \
    awk '{ printf (" -u %s", $3); }'
    }

    #
    # Main line starts here
    #

    #
    # Explicit path to ensure that we're using the correct commands
    PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin:$PATH
    export PATH

    #
    # each product _must_ provide a $PRODUCT/admin/shrept.lst
    ErrFiles=
    for product in rdbms precomp plsql ldap network
    do
    SHREPT=$ORACLE_HOME/$product/admin/shrept.lst
    if [ ! -f $SHREPT ]
    then
    ErrFiles="$ErrFiles $SHREPT"
    fi
    done
    if [ ! -z "$ErrFiles" ]
    then
    echo "genclntsh: Could not locate $ErrFiles" 1>&2
    echo "genclntsh: exiting ..." 1>&2
    exit 1
    fi

    #
    # library definitions
    OLIB=${ORACLE_HOME}/lib

    # Precomp
    LSQL="-lsql9"

    # PL/SQL
    LPLSQL="-lpls9"

    # RDBMS
    LMM="-lmm"
    LCLIENT="-lclient9"
    LCOMMON="-lcommon9"
    LGENERIC="-lgeneric9"

    # NLSRTL & CORE
    LNLSRTL="-lnls9"
    LUNLSRTL="-lunls9"
    LCORE="-lcore9"
    LXDK="-lxml9"
    LXSD="-lxsd9"

    # OTrace
    LTRACE="-ltrace9"

    # LDAP
    LLDAP="-lldapclnt9"

    # ICache
    LWTC="-lwtc9"

    # Network
    LDFLAGS="`cat ${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/ldflags`"
    LNENT=
    [ -r ${OLIB}/libnent9.a ] && LNENT="-lnent9"
    LNETWORK="${LDFLAGS} ${LNENT} -lnsslb9 -lncrypt9 -ln9 -lnl9 -lnro9 ${LDFLAGS

    #
    # Create lists of symbols to pass to ld
    SYMS_OCIC="`listf rdbms` ${LCLIENT}"
    SYMS_SQL="`listf precomp` ${LSQL}"
    SYMS_PLSQL="`listf plsql` ${LPLSQL}"
    SYMS_LDAP="`listf ldap` ${LLDAP}"
    SYMS_NETWORK="`listf network` ${LNETWORK}"

    #
    # Library names and locations
    CLNT_NAM=clntsh # (short) library name
    CLNT_VER=9.0 # library version number
    CLNT_LNK=lib${CLNT_NAM}.so # name of symlink to library
    CLNT_LIB=${CLNT_LNK}.${CLNT_VER} # actual library file name
    LIB_DIR=${ORACLE_HOME}/lib # lib. destination directory

    if [ ! -z "$SRCHOME" ]
    then

    # pull it over...
    if [ -h ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB} ]
    then
    echo "copying ${CLNT_LIB} to local disk"
    cp -p ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB} ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB}.tmp
    rm -f ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB}
    mv ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB}.tmp ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB}
    chmod +w ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB}
    fi

    #
    # Define the name of the map file
    MAPFILE=${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_NAM}.map


    #
    # Linker command and options

    #LD="ld -i -G -z text -L${ORACLE_HOME}/lib" # shared library link comman
    LD_RUNTIME="-Wl,-R${ORACLE_HOME}/lib"
    LD_OUT="-o ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB}" # output specification
    LD_SELF_CONTAINED=""


    #
    # Oracle library dependencies
    DEF_ON="${ORACLE_HOME}/rdbms/lib/kpudfo.o"
    NAUTAB="${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/nautab.o"
    NAETAB="${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/naeet.o ${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/naect.o"
    NAEDHS="${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/naedhs.o"
    XAONDY="${ORACLE_HOME}/rdbms/lib/xaondy.o"

    OLIBS="${LCLIENT}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LSQL}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LNETWORK}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LCLIENT}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LCOMMON}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LGENERIC}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LMM}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${XAONDY}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LWTC}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LNETWORK}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LCLIENT}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LCOMMON}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LGENERIC}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LTRACE}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LNLSRTL}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LCORE}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LNLSRTL}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LUNLSRTL}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LXDK}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LXSD}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LNLSRTL}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LUNLSRTL}"
    OLIBS="${OLIBS} ${LCORE}"

    #SYSLIBS=`cat ${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/sysliblist`" -laio -lm -lc"
    #SYSLIBS=`cat ${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/sysliblist`" -ldl -lm -lc"

    # LD does not seem to recognize -Wl,-relax, which CC needs
    #SYSLIBS="-Wl,-relax -ldl -lnsl -lpthread -lrt -lm -lc"
    # Removed -lrt option
    SYSLIBS="-Wl,-relax -ldl -lnsl -lpthread -lm -lc"

    # Introducing stubs for compatibility with higher version of glibc
    STUBS=-L${ORACLE_HOME}/lib/stubs

    # Create library
    /bin/rm -f ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB} ${MAPFILE}
    ${LD} ${LD_RUNTIME} ${STUBS} ${LD_OPT} ${LD_OUT} ${LD_SELF_CONTAINED} \
    ${DEF_ON} ${NAUTAB} ${NAETAB} ${NAEDHS} ${SYMS_SQL} \
    ${SYMS_PLSQL} ${SYMS_OCIC} ${SYMS_LDAP} ${SYMS_NETWORK} ${OLIBS} \
    ${SYSLIBS} ${USRLIBS} > ${MAPFILE}

    # Create ".so" link to library in a non-development environment only
    # and generate the client static library
    if [ -z "${SRCHOME}" ]
    then
    if [ -s ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB} ]
    then
    cd ${LIB_DIR}
    rm -f ${CLNT_LNK}
    ln -s ${CLNT_LIB} ${CLNT_LNK}
    fi
    ${ORACLE_HOME}/bin/genclntst
    else
    if [ -s ${LIB_DIR}/${CLNT_LIB} ]
    then
    cd ${SRCHOME}/lib
    rm -f ${CLNT_LNK}
    if [ -d ../rdbms ]; then
    ln -s ../rdbms/lib/${CLNT_LIB} ${CLNT_LNK}
    else
    ln -s ../../rdbms/lib/${CLNT_LIB} ${CLNT_LNK}
    fi
    fi
    fi
    exit 0


  7. #7
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    you must have done something wrong, I installed twice yesterday 9.2.0.1 succesfully in RedHat 7.3 without editing genclntsh at all

    I had to edit $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/lib/env_ctx.mk that's all

    search in a file $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/lib/env_ctx.mk for the INSO_LINK and added the $(LINKLDLIBS) to the end of the lib includes. From
    "INSO_LINK = -Wl,-rpath,$(CTXLIB) $(LDLIBFLAG)m $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_fa $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_fi $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_ch $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_ut $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_ex $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_da $(LLIBCTXHX) $(LDLIBFLAG)m $(LDLIBFLAG)c $(CORELIBS)"
    TO THIS --->
    "INSO_LINK = -Wl,-rpath,$(CTXLIB) $(LDLIBFLAG)m $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_fa $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_fi $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_ch $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_ut $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_ex $(LDLIBFLAG)sc_da $(LLIBCTXHX) $(LDLIBFLAG)m $(LDLIBFLAG)c $(CORELIBS $(LINKLDLIBS)"

    I dunno where did you get that text but it not correct, not for 9.2.0.1 anyways

    That editing genclntsh in RedHat was meant for 9.0.1 and RedHat 7.1, 7.2

  8. #8
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    I just followed this docs :

    http://staff.in2.hr/denis/oracle/901...l_rh73_en.html


    Please let me know if you find anything and you recommend to fix my problems

    thanks

  9. #9
    ashley75,

    that doc is for oracle 9.0.1. You are using other version. Can you follow pando method as he got it right at the end.

    regards,
    feroz

  10. #10
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    Hi Pando:

    I am planning to install Oracle 9i ver. 2 on Linux 7.3 as well, possibly this weekend. However, I am not very confident about the whole endeavor since I am relatively new to IT, and know even less about Linux. I just want to learn Oracle on Unix/Linux since my company is an NT shop. Would you be kind enough and point me to the right place where I can get the installation doc/guide, as well as what loophole to avoid.

    Thanks in advance for the help/advice.

    Cheers

    John

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