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How can you find out the installed options on Oracle after the fact, this is installed on Redhat

I am installing a CAD Vault on Redhat that requires very specific Oracle options to be installed.  The customer has pre installed oracle 11.1 on the server, I need to verify the install configuration but there are no logs.  Is there a query I can execute, or a way to find out exactly what is installed.
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when you say that there are no logs, do you mean oracle installations logs?
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I think i found the oracle installation logs now, in the /tmp but there doesn't appear to be anything useful there.  As for using the cat unix.rgs sventhan, I was very hopeful, but no dice.  I couldn't find the unix.rgs anywhere, backed up a coulple directories and did a find, still nothing.  I will see if i can get the original install media and run the installer again to see what it shows.  And if I cant get the media for the correct version right away, I will try the queries from the first post.
Thanks for all the great answers guys, the install was not complete, hence why all of the files were not showing up.