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Hi all,

I am begginer with Linux(UNIX) , i want to create a Oracle database on LINUX machine, which has Oracle already installed. I am using putty and logged-in as user oracle , and i am at the command promt below, what do i do from here? I know i need to invoke DBCA, how do i do that and where will i find it? To be honest , I dont even know how to find teh Oracle_HOME.
Please advice!

[oracle@myrhsan ~]$
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Sounds like you probably should spend some time with a Oracle for Beginners kind of book.  I can recommend a few if you'd like.  But here's a few tips to get you started:

The ORACLE_HOME environment variable should be set in the .bash_profile file.  Typically it will be something like /u01/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/db_1.  The part that will be the most variable is the base mount point, "u01" in this case.

The dbca program can be found in the $ORACLE_HOME/bin directory.  The tricky part may be getting the display to your desktop if that is necessary, but there's no point getting into that if it's not an issue.  

If this is a sandbox server and there are no functioning databases present, I would recommend scrubbing the existing Oracle installation and doing it again yourself.  It's a great way for a beginning to become properly oriented with the environment.  If you choose to go that route, I'd recommend following this procedure:

http://www.dbspecialists.com/oracle10glinux.html

Even if you don't reinstall, you could probably learn a lot about your Oracle environment by reading that document.
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