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Old 11-12-2009, 04:46 AM   #1
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Help with Oracle Installation with RHEL?


I have following the link:http://www.oraclevietnam.com/index.p...-10g&Itemid=56 for automating Oracle installation through kickstart on RHEL. What I really need is I want a single kickstart file which should do complete Oracle Installation with all teh settings through Kickstart. What I was thinking is taking OEL (Oracle Enterprise Linux) Kickstart file rather than RHEL customized sks script above.
Any idea how can I make a single kickstart file which will make my system ready with complete Oracle with Linux installed?
 
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I have following the link:http://www.oraclevietnam.com/index.p...-10g&Itemid=56 for automating Oracle installation through kickstart on RHEL. What I really need is I want a single kickstart file which should do complete Oracle Installation with all teh settings through Kickstart. What I was thinking is taking OEL (Oracle Enterprise Linux) Kickstart file rather than RHEL customized sks script above.
Any idea how can I make a single kickstart file which will make my system ready with complete Oracle with Linux installed?
Since you're using RHEL, did you try to check the RedHat knowledgebase?

http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/s...kickstart.html

It tells you how to build your own Kickstart ISO image. So build one system configured how you want it, then follow the instructions.
 
  


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