While installing oracle 11g in linux after .runInstaller I am seeing this error.
Can you please help me to fix this issue
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Swadhin Ray Commented:
Set the permission for ORACLE_BASE to 775

for more information on setting the permission please check the below URL:

Wasim Akram ShaikCommented:
you must change the permissions to /home/oracle/u01/app/oracle/  and its subdirectories to 775

chmod -R /home/oracle/u01/app/oracle/ 775
nobleitAuthor Commented:
I went to root and gave this

what could be the problem..

[root@IND ~]# chmod -R /home/oracle/u01/app/oracle/ 775
chmod: invalid mode: `/home/oracle/u01/app/oracle/'
Try `chmod --help' for more information.
[root@IND ~]# chmod -R /home/oracle/u01/app/oracle/ 775

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you should try
chmod 755 -R /home/oracle/u01/app/oracle

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nobleitAuthor Commented:
I tried ...

[root@IND ~]# chmod 755 -R /home/oracle/u01/app/oracle
chmod: cannot access `/home/oracle/u01/app/oracle': No such file or directory
[root@IND ~]#

Swadhin Ray Commented:

is all the packages installed before installing oracle if not then try to install it and check the link for installing oracle 11g :

Wasim Akram ShaikCommented:
check the file exists or not...

try doing this

ls -l /home/oracle/u01

if this exists then give the permission to this directory itself

chmod 775 -R /home/oracle/u01/


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