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I'm installing Oracle 11gR2 32bit on SuSe linux 11 x86 so when I check the pre-requests packages I didn't find any 32bit installed likke (gcc-32bit, glibc-32bit, glibc-devel-32bit, ...)

Please advice as I was searching on the internet for these files but I only found 64 bit.

please advice
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are you looking locally @ the installed packages or is the installer failing?
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The installation failed many times as every time I run the ./runInstaller I got a problem on hanging setup especailly on the step of choosing Single instance database (more than five times) that is why I went back to check the pre-requests.
but I foun the pre-request are installed as the 32 ackage doesn't have to include those packages they should be only on 64 bit ORacle but I don't find the reason from Oracle fialure on installation.
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Open following link and search for the files to download.

http://rpm.pbone.net/

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