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Is there an Oracle version for Sun Solaris, or can any of the current Oracle versions 8.x 9.x be installed on SUN.
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by:yuzh
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Yes, I received an Oracle for Solaris 8 a year and something ago from Sun, I got it from when I ordered the
Solaris Software Media. (I work for an University, so I don't have to pay Solaris license, contact Sun to find out if you can get something free)
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Sorry what a funny comment I posted it for you.

I received an Oracle CD (for Solaris 8) from Sun morn than a year ago, you can contact Sun to find out more details.
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I received an Oracle CD 9i (for Solaris 8) from Sun morn than a year ago, you can contact Sun to find out more details.
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All Oracle version
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Finalized as proposed

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