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Linux + Oracle Client + PostgreSQL + Apache Web Server + PHP + MRTG Installation

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Hi Experts,

I had once setup a SuSe Linux as my Web Server around 2 years ago. I've all the installer file and installation manual inside my PC. Now I need to install back my SuSe Linux at new server but I'm very lost as the manual and installer files are provided by my ex-officemate and now they're all gone as my hard disk crashed last month. I'm really desperate now and need this job to be done so I hope anybody can help me, you can also provide me any links to any good tutorial site and the installer file. Below are what I need to get installed in my Linux

1. SuSe Linux Enterprise Server (have CD)
2. Oracle Client 8.1.6 for Linux (file and tutorial missing)
3. PostgreSQL
4. Apache Web Server
5. PHP - with GD + Freetype + Mcrypt + Oracle + PostgreSQL support
6. MRTG service

Any help is appreciated and thanks in advanced.
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