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    Running root.sh on Linux

    Hi, I ran root.sh on Linux as part of the installation process of 9i. It is asking me to enter the full path name of the local bin directory. I am not sure which bin directory it is looking for. Can you please help? Thank you.
    Thanks,
    Afshin.

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    use default one (like usr/local/bin)

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    Smile

    If you are look carefully, in the question has something like that [/usr/local/bin]:

    That means the default will be /usr/local/bin , do you accept? Hit the Enter button. or type /usr/local/bin to continue. Will try to copy three files - oraenv, coraenv and dbhome. You can use your own home directory, but be consistent - use /usr/local/bin..


    Hope that helps,

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    Thank you for your help and for the fast response.
    Thanks,
    Afshin.

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