Admin1001 wrote:The grep command prints lines matching a pattern, but does not modify anything.
Looks like you ran the command as it is. I pasted the output as well at the end of each command which you will need to remove first.
[dba@cheetah ~]$ grep oracle /etc/passwd | cut -d':' -f1 *(Remove oracle as that will be the result)*
[dba@cheetah ~]$ grep -e dba -e oinstall /etc/group | cut -d':' -f1 *(Remove dba and oinstall as that will be the result)*
pawii wrote:Sorry, but what you are writing does not make sense. Please review your text.
i am using trying to install oel 5.5 since morning and i had successfully installed it three times since morning
the software i had is for installing oel isenterprise r5 us server i386 dvd
i am installing it using vmware
but in all the 3 cases no oracle user had created but earlier when i had installed oel the user oracle was by default present but no no oracle user