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Hi,

I need to setup the Oracle Http Server and Plugin for our Weblogic 11g Env.

I am trying to install Oracle WebTier Utilites (which has OHS & Web Cache) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3

I am getting few pre-requisite checks failed for few libraries (I have attached the log.)

Pls let me know what libs I need to install and where I can get those.

Thanks,
Rishi    
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As root, you can do
yum provides <missing package name>
and then
yum install <result of yum provides>

to get the needed packages so you'll have the libraries on your machine.

For example, you can type "yum provides gcc-4.1.1" and then install that package (probably `yum install gcc`) to get the needed files.

However, while the Oracle web server & WebTier utilities may require these files, you'll want to think through who has access to these servers if this is a production machine.  I see that the gcc compiler is a requirement along with make.  Your company may have security policies that prohibit deploying these development tools to a produciton web server.
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Hi allen-davis,

I have executed the commands you have given but gcc and related libs are not properly installed on my VM.

I hv a little learning curve on this.

Thanks,
Rishi
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