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Thank you for stating the version of OEL. These templates work with OEL 5. Download any version of OEL 5 64 bit and configure the public Yum repository. Once configured, update OEL 5 to the latest and then begin following the instructions.
Oracle just recently started supporting Oracle DB on OEL 6. I'm not sure that all of the necessary libraries are supported on OEL 6.
user10704896 wrote:This package does not exists anymore within OL6.x, it has been replaced by "oracle-rdbms-server-11gR2-preinstall", available for x86-64 only.
When I executed the first instruction set " yum install oracle-validated #" I got the error "No such package available"
I continued and when I got to step 14 "Now the big moment..... As root (or run with sudo)I cannot comment here, first try the previous step to be successful before going further.
cd into /opt/oracle/psft/vm and run
I got an error No such file or directory exist.
I checked and there was no such directory "vm" under the "psft" directory
I think the best would be to stuck on the same version of OL than the one delivered in PSOVM, otherwise you'll probably have a lot more troubles. For instance, the FSCM PSOVM (May'12) which Jim's article is based on works on Oracle database server 11.1 which is itself not certified on OL6... unless you go with the latest HCM PSOVM based on 11.2 database.
Edited by: N Gasparotto on Oct 9, 2012 12:54 PM
... For instance, the FSCM PSOVM (May'12) which Jim's article is based on ...That said, new recut of FSCM - v4 - has been delivered in July'12, not sure if that makes any difference regarding the those articles though.
Jim, thank you so much for the information. I will do as you advise.
Once you are on OEL 5, try again and if you still get the "No such file or directory exist" error, then create a new thread and post the error message from the console including the command you used to run oraclevm-template.sh. This could be caused by several different components and it will be very helpful to have some context around the error message.