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What are the entries that I am required to put in the .bash_profile?
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required depends on what you need?

To set up Oracle's environment I would start with the basics assuming a proper install (oraenv in a common location):

export ORACLE_SID=SOMESID
ORAENV_ASK=NO
. oraenv

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>> .bash_profile?

You could also place those entries in the generic .profile.
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thanks
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