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Before you actually start installing, its always better to follow the installation manual, so so that you know what steps are required, some cases even specific setup. There are few steps mentioned in the guide for SUSE only.
I am just new to this company so I have to adopt what they have been using :(
Buying an OS that is not documented & that you have no knowledge seems sub-optimal to me; considering that Oracle Linux is free & well documented.
Well I have been using OEL but I did not know it is free? :)
But I think SLES is free too? If you do not get support. Or only use google for support.
Edited by: yxes2013 on 11.2.2013 21:02
Hi again all,
based on the docs
I tried installing these rpms and they showed
The following or later version of packages for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 should be installed: binutils-2.19 gcc-4.3 gcc-c++-4.3 glibc-2.9 glibc-devel-2.9 ksh-93t libstdc++33-3.3.3 libstdc++43-4.3.3_20081022 libstdc++43-devel-4.3.3_20081022 libaio-0.3.104 libaio-devel-0.3.104 libgcc43-4.3.3_20081022 libstdc++-devel-4.3 make-3.81 sysstat-8.1.5
But if I query them it says "not yet installed" :( grrrrr
Links are from same guide, just want to show that oracle do have a list of packages which you were asking in your post, thats the reason i posted the link which will directly take you to the list of packages
There is a section "2 Logging In to the System as root" in the guide which talks about display
Follow the documents and do the steps as per the guide, if you get errors post the error someone will help you.
But you have to start following the installation guide for sure ;)
Are you installing the rpms from installation media?
you are installing source package gcc-4.3-62.198.src.rpm you will have to install gcc-4.3-62.198.rpm
search in your installation media for gcc-4 install it not src.rpms