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RHEL 6 64 bit

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I have installed REHEL 6 64 bit as virtual host and RHEL 4.8 as virtual guest.
When i tried to install 10g on virtual host RHEL 6 64 bit

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What are the packages to be selected for instalaltion of 10g on REDHAT 6 64 bit.

any other link for step by step installation of oracle 10g on REDHAT 6 64 bit.

c.santhanakrishanan.

Edited by: 850438 on 18 Dec, 2012 1:43 AM
  • 1. Re: RHEL 6 64 bit
    Dude! Guru
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    The installer for Oracle 10gR2 was not designed to work under Oracle Linux 6 or RHEL 6.

    No Oracle database version prior to 11gR2 11.2.0.3 is certified to run under Oracle Linux 6 or RHEL 6.

    If you have installed a virtual machine with RHEL 4.8 guest OS, I suggest to install Oracle 10g there, which should work fine.
  • 2. Re: RHEL 6 64 bit
    Helios-GunesEROL Oracle ACE
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    Hi;

    you are trying to install wrong version as mention here.

    Please review:

    Database Client or Database Server Install on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL6) or Oracle Linux 6 [ID 1350000.1]


    Regard
    Helios
  • 3. Re: RHEL 6 64 bit
    853441 Newbie
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    Thank you,

    Can i install centos 5.8 for running oracle 10g.

    Is it posible to run 10g R2 on centos 5.8

    c.santhanakrishnan
  • 4. Re: RHEL 6 64 bit
    sb92075 Guru
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    850438 wrote:
    Thank you,

    Can i install centos 5.8 for running oracle 10g.

    Is it posible to run 10g R2 on centos 5.8

    c.santhanakrishnan
    No Oracle version is certified on any Centos version
  • 5. Re: RHEL 6 64 bit
    EdStevens Guru
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    850438 wrote:
    Thank you,

    Can i install centos 5.8 for running oracle 10g.

    Is it posible to run 10g R2 on centos 5.8

    c.santhanakrishnan
    The Installation Guide for every Oracle product has a section listing what OS's are certified to run that product. Please go to tahiti.oracle.com. Drill down to your selected Oracle product and version. Locate the Installation Guide appropriate for your targeted family of operating systems (Linux, Windows, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, etc). Within that Installation Guide there will be a section on Prerequisites. Rather than asking the community "What about this OS, what about that OS?" you can simply check the appropriate reference and answer the question for yourself. And if after doing so you don't see the OS you are interested in, the the answer is - by definition - "no, that OS is not certified to run this product".

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