Error:The Java RunTime Environment was not found at /tmp/OraInstall2007

Posted on 2007-09-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-19
am trying to install 9i on hpux-11.2 already 10g binaries are installed on it
so java is installed at /opt/java1.5/ but i am getting an error when trying to invoke runInstaller.

The Java RunTime Environment was not found at /tmp/OraInstall2007-09-28_08-46-00PM/jre/bin/ja
va. Hence, the Oracle Universal Installer cannot be run.
Please visit and install JRE version 1.3.1 or higher and try again.
: No such file or directory

any suggestions please
Question by:monto1
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    Each installation comes with its own JVM included. You can see it tries to get java from  /tmp/OraInstall2007-09-28_08-46-00PM/jre/bin/java but it cannot find it.
    Usually the installer begins with archive extraction in $TMP/OraInstall<date>
    So either your /tmp is full, or your installer archive is corrupted.

    Clean your $TMP
    Get a new 9i install

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    Thanks,it solved
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