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Please note that the product is called Oracle Linux as of version 5.6. The best source for obtaining the product is the Oracle software delivery cloud, formally known as Oracle edelivery at https://edelivery.oracle.com/linux. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9 was released only a couple of weeks ago. The following link should answer your question: https://blogs.oracle.com/wim/entry/oracle_linux_5_9
At the time of writing this post
5.9 is not currently delivered by Oracle Software Delivery Cloud - Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
1) Goto https://edelivery.oracle.com/linux
2) Sign In/Register by/for an oracle account
3) Agree on the terms
4) Select a Product Pack : Oracle Linux
Platform : as you need
5) If (x86 32 bit), You will find the latest update for release 5 is (Oracle Linux Release 5 Update 8 Media Pack for x86 (32 bit) )
If (ia64), you will find the latest is ( Oracle Linux Release 5 Update 5 Media Pack v1 for Itanium (ia64) )
If (x86 64 bit), you will find the latest is ( Oracle Linux Release 5 Update 8 Media Pack for x86_64 (64 bit) )
Please, if this is correct mark it so, otherwise as helpful
Generaly Oracle Linux available via https://edelivery.oracle.com/linux
But version 5.9 not available. Latest 5.x - 22.214.171.124
Answer here: https://blogs.oracle.com/wim/entry/oracle_linux_5_9
Oracle Linux 5.9Regards.
By wcoekaer on Jan 16, 2013
Oracle Linux 5.9 was uploaded yesterday to http://linux.oracle.com (ULN) and to http://public-yum.oracle.com. The latest channels are current and the 5.9base channels contain the core.
ISO images will be available shortly from http://edelivery.oracle.com. If there is an urgent need to get the ISOs through My Oracle Support, simply file a service request
user1994048 wrote:Please cite your source.
i know it s not avaliable on "https://edelivery.oracle.com/linux "... last release is 5.8.
so i asked... because i see blog posts 5.9 released we can't download it yet
"It *MUST* be true, I read it on the web!"
Mahmoud_Rabie wrote:Points are worth the pixels used to display them. Only people who don't have them care about them. A "guru" icon + US$4.50 will get you a cup of Starbucks.
Why? Are you in need of points to save some baby from a burning apartment that you would be able to leap in a single bound, wearing forums points as a cape?The correct answer deserves 10 points.
The helpful answer deserves 5 points.
And what about your above answer, what does it deserve?????
Well, the office shapes the man. There probably is nothing wrong in seeing points as a collectable item or virtual value. As such, points are technically similar to money, but it is the power of belief that makes the real difference. Getting paid for services is common sense, expecting points for answers is a frustrating experience.
Well, the office shapes the man. There probably is nothing wrong in seeing points as a collectable item or virtual value. As such, points are technically similar to money, but it is the power of belief that makes the real difference. Getting paid for services is common sense, expecting points for answers is a frustrating experience.Absolutely
We should advice each other in kind and logical way as Dude did
Simply, the person should state the rule without using offensive or arrogant way
The rule which I knew today
by all means feel free to say *"Please mark the thread as answered so members can focus on other threads". Just don't ask for points.*Reference
Re: 13. How do I answer a question on the forums?
Finally, let's concentrate in solving problems of our friends and getting points :)
and the most important thing is sharing the knowledge and getting the experience