you should go to installation Doc first. however you may try this:
add below to /home/username/.bash_profile
to check either your display setting is correct or not try to type 'xclock' at your command prompt
Do hostname on the linux prompt in a terminal session.
It will show the hostname.
Use the value of hostname in the following command.
If you have a network card installed
will work also.
Sometimes your java session will crash with something like SIGSEV.
You then have to unset certain variables.
hi, i have managed to install the oracle db. i typed the following to solve the display problem
2) export display
3) xhost +hotsname
BUT, during installation, there is this error...
"error in invoking target install of makefile" this error statement happens and shows up many times during the linking times.
AND, after installation, i issued sqlplus, the following error occurs
"sqlplus error while loading shared libraries, libclntsh.so.8.o
i am running pentium 133 with 64mb ram, and oracle 8.1.7
Look like you managed to break back of Oracle binaries. I believe you require /usr/ucb in your path, make sure that it comes after /usr/bin and /usr/ccs/bin in the $PATH setting. Then try reinstalling it.
OCP 8.0, 8i, 9i
hi, i dont have /usr/ccs/bin and /usr/ucb in my filesystem. please advise..
for newbies: easy to follow oracle 8i for linux installation guide
doc is a bit old (for 8.1.6) but still applicable for 8.1.7 and 9i
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these are the versions that i used
1) oracle 8.1.6
2) redhat 7.1
3) glib 126.96.36.199
are they sufficient?
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