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Hello and welcome to the OTN forums,
this question has been asked several times in this forum before.
Unfortunately, there is no new answer: Oracle removed 10g XE downloads and you won't be able to get any (legal) download site any more. Possibly you'll find someone who still has the download archived.
I am currently only able to support 32 bit.That's sad. The only option would then be to run a Windows 32 VM - as strange as it sounds...
Are you sure there is no change to get a 64bit kernel to run on your system?
I appreciate the (unfortunate) information.
Not sure what the board policy is, but if a kind soul with an archived 32 Bit Linux version comes across this, please message me if possible.
Edited by: 941422 on Jun 18, 2012 2:20 PM
If you aren't successful that way, you could try to get it from a book with CD, e.g. ISBN 007226327X . If you can't afford to buy it, you could try to find a library that could help you out.
Where is the link to download XE 10g in Windows 2003 R2 32bit , I can´t find this today. Only find the link to download 11g.
Do you have a compelling reason for needing the 10g version, other than not having an x64 capable processor/host?
10g XE has been removed from the download pages.
Hi! Do you still need the programme? Is it this "oracle-xe-universal_10.2.0.1-1.0_i386.deb" that you may be looking for. I may help as I downloaded to learn the database on my Ubuntu laptop. It is in .deb format. Not sure what variant of Linux you may have. If you want it, please respond. I need a public server so that I could upload it there. It's about 250MB in size.