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What are the steps to copy instance from one server to another ...11g
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Try the documentation?

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/backup.112/e10642/rcmdupdb.htm#BRADV424

The steps should be listed there.
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Assuming the source and the target are on the same OS, version, platform, correct?  You're not introducing anything like AIX to Solaris....
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If the database is small enough I would probably export/import.

Based on your other questions, I think you already have the steps for this.
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