when I tried to install Oracle 8.1.6 on Solaris 2.7, I get trouble. It return error: not able to find /usr/ccs/bin/make. what's that? Missing something?
Here's What I did when I installed Oracle 8.1.6 on Solaris 2.6.
1) Created Group dba
2)Created User Oracle and assigned it group dba
3) Checked if the Oracle has access to /usr/ccs/bin/ directory . If not include that directory in the .profile of Oracle8i. If this path is not icluded you might receive a error something like Uunable to bind file.
4) Install oracle
Also ensure that the following parameters are set in the other wise you will not be able to allocate SGA to the default database.
Edit file /etc/system and check whether the following parameters are properly set
When you install Oracle 8.1.6 on Solaris 2.7, your Sun SPARC Solaris system should meet few operating system requirements.
The following are the required Executables that must be present in the /usr/ccs/bin directory
To determine if you are using the correct system executables, enter the following commands:
$ /usr/bin/which make
$ /usr/bin/which ar
$ /usr/bin/which ld
$ /usr/bin/which nm
Each command should point to the /usr/ccs/bin directory.
i.e., the following will be a sample output.
If the PATH variable is not set properly you may get an output
no make in /usr/bin .
Add /usr/ccs/bin to the PATH environment variable in the shell.
The above said are REQUIREMENT and you MUST have those executables....
I cehcked /usr/ccs/bin, it's empty. There is no "make" in this directory. where does make come from.
Please answer the question appropriately.
He asked "not able to find /usr/ccs/bin/make",
You should tell him how to solve this problem instead of
those unrelated issues.
I think you should ask your Unix SA for help.
1: Why there is not a make in /usr/ccs/bin?
2. Can you install it?
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