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How Can I Start SQLPLUS from Linux Command Line?

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I have a linux server that i'm connecting to. It doesn't have the Oracle DB on this server but it does have the Oracle client. we are having some issues with this server connecting to a table in the Oracle DB on another server. So i need to test the this sever can access a table from sqlplus command line.

How can I start sqlplus from the command line to test this connection? what command do i use? Please provide the entire command..user ID, password, SID, etc.

Thanks! sqlplus
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