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Why don't you just run it from your PC? It doesn't need to run on the server that you're installing OBIEE on. It just needs to be able to connect to the database.1 person found this helpful
Set the DISPLAY env variable to Machine Name instead of IP and then export DISPLAY.
$ DISPLAY=<machine-name>:0.0; export DISPLAY
To test if DISPLAY is working execute xclock. If you can see a clock (a small popup window opens), then you can start the installation.
Hope it helps you.
i changed the DISPLAY as suggested
$ DISPLAY=mylinux:0.0; export DISPLAY
in the ENV i can see the same DISPLAY=mylinux:0.0
and i executed the $ xlock
Error: Can't open display: mylinux:0.0
any othe suggestions?
Why are you trying to run the RCU on the Linux server? Just run it on your PC.
Thanks Jerry...okay let me do that way. it wont have any problem right? its just for creating the 2 schemas like BI_MDS and BI_PLATFORM? do we need to have the sysdba privilages for sure without that cant we proceed? because in our comp i dont think they provide the sysdba privilage for the existing id or for new id.
Yes, 100 % you need SYS Privileges. You Cannot Proceed without this. When you run rcu utility, it will ask for db host, port, sid, SYS username, password. NOW this RCU is a big giant sql script(s), that creates Schemas, Tablespaces, Users, Tables, Views, Sequences etc etc. Hence RCU needs SYS details. Some people will try creating manually these 2 schemas like bi_platform, bi_mds and try to run RCU. But this will NOT work.
One option is, give RCU Zip file to your SYS DBA guy(s). Give him all the instructions. Like Unzip it, and run rcu.bat file. Its very simple. It takes about 15 mts. You can walkthrough and allow DB guys to do this themselves.
And yes, you can run RCU from any OS like Windows or Linux. So in your case use Windows. All you need is db host, port, sid, SYS username, SYS password. Thats all.