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configuring Oracle 10G - next steps

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I've installed Oracle 10g on RHEL 5.3 without installing the database.  Please tell me what are the next steps to correctly install my database and configure it?

The reason I installed without database was because I kept getting shared memory errors -ora-27123
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Pete
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As the oracle user run:  dbca

Pick one of the pre-built databases for speed of install, such as General Purpose.
I recommend you choose a character set AL32UTF8 (unicode)
Also choose to enable Archiving at step 12 or 13 or so.
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