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Hi every body,
i have just joined this forum and i am not hesitant in posting my questions here is my question
i installed vmware and i loaded red hat Linux on vmware my base machine has WIN7 64 bit now i want to install oracle 11g on the Linux 6 which i loaded to vmware i relatively new to Linux, however i do not want to giveup doing this installation all iam wanting is step by step instruction about installing oracle 11g on my new linux 6.
Sorry, but we're not going to retype 'step-by-step' instructions for you. Since you're so 'determined', have you bothered to check Oracle's website or the documentation that comes with the Oracle software, that TELLS YOU how to install it??? From Oracle's website: http://www.oracle.com/pls/db102/port...db?selected=11
Also, JohnVV made some good points...EVERYTHING you're using is commercial software, and if you're not paying for it, you really shouldn't be using it. You can load CentOS instead of RHEL, which is FREE, and nearly identical to RHEL. Oracle will run fine on it. If you're only learning Oracle, you can use it free, but please try to look up documentation first, before posting questions. Oracle installation guides are widely available through even a brief Google search.
all i installed is trial version and i removed it when i cannot do it
Really?? From your first post:
Originally Posted by schelako
however i do not want to giveup doing this installation
Thought you didn't want to give up?
so iam thinking of a open source now. just because i do not want to pay.
Right...so get the free version of VMware, the free CentOS operating system, and you're free to use Oracle for personal/learning purposes. If you've already got VMWare loaded, check before you trash your current installation, and make sure of what you're running. Again, just read the installation instructions that you've already GOT, and that you can find on Oracle's website. Nothing is stopping you from moving forward.