Try verifying the downloaded files using the MD5 for your platform.
Thanks for the reply. I tried MD5 and there are actullay 3 files that FAILED.
# md5sum -c md5sum_Linux64.txt > recheckresult.txt
md5sum: WARNING: 3 of 1887 computed checksums did NOT match
# cat recheckresult.txt | grep FAILED
I tried redownloading the oraDB packages and did a check again. But I am still getting the same error.
It seems that the first and second files of part# V35224-01 are corrupted.
If you tried to download them from work then try downloading them from home or any other place.
Use a download manager if you can.
Thank you for helping out. But the error is cleared now. I was logged in as root and was trying to install. But then created a new user and also created a proper inventory for the installation. Not sure how and why, but as of now that paticular error is gone.
You are welcome.
Glad to hear it worked.
Please close this discussion if you have no more questions.
Have a nice day.