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    Wink

    Where can I find out the information of certified version of Oracle for Linux?
    Thanks.

    Queyon
    Queyon Zeng

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    If you have access to Metalink.

    right now, for Oracle 9i only certified with Linux Advanced Server 7.3

    Any particular version you are looking for???


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    Unhappy Certified version of Oracle

    Currently, we're looking for the latest certified combination of Oracle and Linux. That is to ask, what's the latest certified version of Oracle for the latest version of Linux? Or what's the latest version of Linux which is certified for Oracle 9i?
    Thanks.

    Queyon
    Queyon Zeng

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    OS Product Certified With Version Status
    SuSE SLES7 9.2 N/A N/A Certified
    Red Hat 2.1 Advanced Server 9.2 N/A N/A Certified
    SuSE SLES7 9.0.1 (9i) N/A N/A Certified
    SuSE 7.2 9.0.1 (9i) N/A N/A Certified
    SuSE 7.1 9.0.1 (9i) N/A N/A Certified
    Red Hat 7.1 9.0.1 (9i) N/A N/A Certified
    Red Hat 7.0 9.0.1 (9i) N/A N/A Withdrawn
    Red Hat 2.1 Advanced Server 9.0.1 (9i) N/A N/A Certified
    Intel Caldera Open Unix 8 with LKP 8.0 9.0.1 (9i) N/A N/A Certified



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    Wink Certified version of Oracle

    Thank you CKWAN, but what do "N/A" mean in the table?

    Queyon
    Queyon Zeng

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    N/A mean not supported


    Oracle 9.2.0.1 is the only one certified with RED HAT Advanced server 7.3

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    Originally posted by mike2000
    N/A mean not supported


    Oracle 9.2.0.1 is the only one certified with RED HAT Advanced server 7.3
    there is no such thing called REDHAT AS 7.3

    7.3 is standard RedHat distribution latest version

    RedHat Advanced Serverīs version is 2.1

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