I want to install a Oracle Linux in my VM in my computer which is windows 7 OS.And i want install Oracle DataBase in the Linux but i do not know whether the Linus OS is OK
In what sense "is OK" ?
someone do the same job?
On Oracle Linux virtual machines I installed databases from 9i to 11g. But I'm not sure to understand what's your problem...
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Your question is related to the installation of the database software.
You have not shown any inquiry specific to the functionality of your OS.
You may truly have an OS issue, but that's not what you have asked, nor what you ultimately are interested in.
The official or main source to obtain Oracle Linux is https://edelivery.oracle.com/linux. You will need to register an account, but the download and use of Oracle Linux is free. Alternatively you can also download the latest releases from https://wikis.oracle.com/display/oraclelinux/Downloading+Oracle+Linux
If you use free Oracle VirtualBox, you can also download preinstalled virtual machines:
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Pl google for my blog for detailed steps to -
1. Download and install Virtualbox on Win 7 Home version
2. Create a Linux VM and install Linux 5.7 in it
3. Install 11gR2 in the Linux VM
Thanks,but i want to know whether i can install oracle Linux 6 in VMware Workstation Software which is not Oracle Virtualbox,and then install Oracle DataBase 11g in oracle Linux 6. The question is could i install Oracle DataBase 11g in Oracle Linux 11g which is installed in VMware Workstation Software.I want to use Oracle DataBase in VMware which OS is Linux,but i do not know which Linux OS is better.Could you give me some suggestions? By the way do you know how to change the user name,i try to change but filed.
Thanks,but i want to know whether i can install oracle Linux 6 in VMware Workstation Software
Yes, you can. Please see:
and then install Oracle DataBase 11g in oracleLinux 6
And Yes you can Install 11g database on Oracle Linux 6. Pleaes refer:
Oracle Database Preinstallation Tasks (Search for Section: 2.4.1 Operating System Requirements)
Hope this answers!!!
For your issue You can use OEL linux which is free and can be download from E-delivery site. Its seems you are new on this forum, if you use search mechanisim you can find many related topic in here.
BY the way I suggest to check Kamran Agev blog which he share step by step guide for linux and Db installation with video
In addition to the above, pl also be aware that only 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 (of the 11gR2 family) are certified on Linux 6.x - Oracle&reg; Database
These versions are only available if your have a paid support contract with Oracle. If you only have access to the public 18.104.22.168 version, then you will have to use Linux 5.x