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Posted on 2011-03-23
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I have installed the o11g 11.07 and I cannot create an new instance.
I have 2 processor desktop with 146 GB drive.
4 GB ram

There are 2 options for this installation (desktop or server)
I cannot create a new instance for a new database to import to.

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These terms do not make sense to me.

There is no 11.07.
Two install options, desktop or server also doesn't make sense.
The last one the I do not understand is: database to import to.

If I had to guess at what all this meant:

After you install Oracle Server (not client), and do not create an Instance on install, you should have a utility installed called DBCA (DataBase Configuration Assistant).

Run that and you should be able to create a database.
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