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  1. #1
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    Question Oracle for Linux (Intel)

    Dear all:

    Please help me to find to installation Oracle 8i on linux O/S. I found software CD the name of the CD is " Oracle 8i for linux Intel"

    I can't understand Linux Intel meants what version of redhat Linux meant?? Can you explain me the Linux Intel meant what Version of RedHat.....??

    Your sooner replay will be highly appreciated.


    thanks

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    Are there no readmes or installation instructions on the CD?
    If I have to choose between two evils, I always like to choose the one I haven't tried yet.

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    No there is none msg. yet just let me know what version of Linux is it .....

    Also it can support Fedora Core -1 or not if yes then I can install it in my machine where I have Fedora 1

    thanks

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    Linux for intel just means x86, not 64 bit or itanium

    so redhat is fine as is fedora

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    Dear Davey,

    Thanks for ur informations. Please let me know can I install Oracle8i for LinuxIntel on the machine where Fedora core-1 already exist..?

    your reply will be highly appreicated.

    once again thanks.

    samad
    Last edited by samad; 10-23-2005 at 12:04 AM.

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    Of course you can install Oracle 8i, 9i or 10g on any machine running any vaguely recent operating system.

    Full details are here .

    The articles explain how to install Oracle 9i and 10g onto Red Hat Enterprise Server 4. You can do that, even if running Fedora Core 1, because VMware makes it possible to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizwell
    Of course you can install Oracle 8i, 9i or 10g on any machine running any vaguely recent operating system.

    Full details are here .

    The articles explain how to install Oracle 9i and 10g onto Red Hat Enterprise Server 4. You can do that, even if running Fedora Core 1, because VMware makes it possible to do so.
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    Or check this site as well...

    http://www.oracle-base.com Lovely articles on installation on all linux versions.
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    Hello I wants just one thing that is " Can I install Linux Intel for Oracle 8i to Linux Fedora core-1 or not " If yes then let me know the procedure for it .


    thanks all,

    M.Samad

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    No. Happy?

    Now go away

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