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I know very well where $ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID are,but what i need is to put $ORACLE_HOME as environment variable for all the system not only for specified user,because
rsh can not see the oracle pass .
Anyway ,thanks and good day
I know very well where $ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID are,but what i need is to put $ORACLE_HOME as environment variable for all the system not only for specified user
Well my friend, there are posts in this thread that attempt to help you with that. Have you even tried them? Or are you hoping for a step by step guide that you can simply copy and paste onto your machine?
It seems that the problem is that rsh doesn't execute .profile or .bash_profile
because if i perform rsh linux server env the result is:
and if i perform env after login to the system with the same user the result is