I am trying to stand up a Peoplesoft Environment on a VM running Oracle Linux.
I have created the VM, installed the OS, Tuxedo, Jrockit, and Weblogic. But, upon installing
Peopletools 8.51, I ran into an error.
After giving the commands:
[hc91@localhost InstData]# chmod 777 setup.linux
[hc91@localhost InstData]# ./setup.linux
the installer launches, Only to immediately return with the following messages:
./setup.linux: line 2471: /tmp/install.dir.4101/Linux/resource/jre/bin/java: can not execute binary file
./setup.linux: line 2471: /tmp/intall.dir.4101/Linux/resource/jre/bin/java: Sucess
Then it returns back to [root@localhost ~]#
and it does not continue with the install....
Any help getting Peopletools installed is appreciated.
Switch to Linux 64 bits.
Running a browser in 32 bits linux is the only supported component for PeopleTools 8.51.
If you are not that familiar with PeopleSoft installations on Linux, please read/follow the following blogs
Thanks for the response....
Does this mean Peoplesoft cannot be installed and function in 32bit environment.
I ask this because i currently do not have access to a 64bit environment and I'm trying
to get a (local) PS application installed so that learn more about Peopletools and development.
If I definitely need to upgrade/invest in a new machine, I will, I'm just trying to avoid if possible.
The release you want to install is not cerified on 32 bits linux.
You mentioned you are running on a vm... Why would you need to invest in a new machine?
Most Linux distributions is free to download, to go the fully oracle, download and run oracle enterprise linux
I did create a VM on a 1TB external HD for this installation, but I did not install Enterprise Linux 64bit OS because my host machine is only 32bit
My question is will the Linux 64bit still function properly on a 32bit host machine?
Peoplesoft 8.5x cannot be installed on Linux 32bit, there's no way, it has been discussed here several times.
And yes, you can have a 64bit guest VM on a 32bit host (that's fine for testing purpose).