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10g IAS installation on linux

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hi

i am installing 10g ias on linux red hat 4. i  am successfully installed both infra and mid.
when i am compiling forms, frmcmp.sh showing error, unable to build.

my observation is

if i set oracle-HOME to inf, sqlplus is able to login and frmcmp.sh is not working
and i set oracle_home to MID , sqlplus is not working unable to connect. error is displaying.

plz let me know the settings to be done.
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We cannot see what you see.
Always post complete commands and error messages.

Try setting TNS_ADMIN environment variable same location in both environments.
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