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  1. #11
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    Originally posted by marist89
    Only if you can give them your system number.
    I don't need no stinkin system number!

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    ptreves: if you want to continue posting on your install thread, don't post here.
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    hey!

    a suggestion here: y dont u try installing Solaris on Intel as well as Oracle10g for Solaris x386 ?? hee....it out now!!

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    that would be x86 not x386

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    Originally posted by DaPi
    I'll be back in a few days to do a double act with ptreeves .
    Sorry to disappoint everyone - no double act . . . here's my "blog":

    - wasted about a week of "fiddling" time trying to get FC2 to recognise a prehistoric SCSI card (aha151) - in the end had to borrow something more modern.
    - wasted some more time running out of space (only have 0.4, 2.0 and 2.4 GB disks - basically it's scrap hardware).
    - had to learn about X-server 'coz I skrewed up over Tim Hall's*** installation instructions (my fault - logon and su AREN'T the same thing!)
    - "fiddled" a 9.2 db creation script until it worked for 10g.
    - netmgr & dbca ran "straight out of the box"

    Actually I'm disappointed too - I haven't had half as much fun as ptreeves had What am I doing wrong?

    Perhaps the only real disappointment was how much hard work the process was, if you don't have vast amounts of memory & disk. I'd installed Win2000 server and 8.1.7 on this machine in one evening (with time for dinner and playing with the cat) - couldn't do that with Fedora & 10g (even without the mistakes). Surprised how much resource Linux needs.

    *** must add that, if followed to the letter, Tim's instructions work perfectly. Thanks Tim.
    Last edited by DaPi; 09-08-2004 at 03:34 PM.

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    Originally posted by DaPi
    - wasted about a week of "fiddling" time trying to get FC2 to recognise a prehistoric SCSI card (aha151) - in the end had to borrow something more modern.
    - wasted some more time running out of space (only have 0.4, 2.0 and 2.4 GB disks - basically it's scrap hardware).
    Why don't you buy one of these?

    Then you will be able to run Oracle.

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    Originally posted by gandolf989 Then you will be able to run Oracle.
    I AM running Oracle and on a "server" that cost me $0.00

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    Originally posted by DaPi
    I AM running Oracle and on a "server" that cost me $0.00
    You win the prize!

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    Originally posted by marist89
    RH9 comes with OpenOffice, a MS Office clone. In theory, you can import Word documents and work with them. I did my resume with it and it looks OK. It might be OK for something like a newsletter, but you'd have to futz with it.
    I've been using OpenOffice exclusively for over a year, swapping documents (.doc/.xls/ .ppt) with work collegues seamlessly.

    It might even be better for a news letter because you can export your document in Acrobat format -- it's a great feature.
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