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Install Developer 6i in Linux.

Posted on 2001-09-02
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Hi,

I have downloaded the Developer 6i software from technet.
I have unzipped the Tar file using :

tar -xf <filenam>

Now in the unzipped files, I do not see any executable to install the Developer software.

Can someone guide me on how to go about this ?

Regards.
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Search for the "runInstaller" script.
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No, the runInstaller is not present.
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Run orainst executable. Make sure ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_BASE is set.

You will need to install Developer6i in a different ORACLE_HOME, namely $ORACLE_BASE/product/8.0.6

Good luck!
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Thanks.
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