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Old 12-15-2009, 12:32 AM   #1
zoolad
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Installing Oracle Apps11i on Fedora10


I am quite new on linux, I have installed fedora10. every thing is fine but when i start using oracle on Mozila it is not working.
without loading Applet it replies Done.

Can anyone help me out so i can use my Oracle ERP on fedora 10 as a client.

Thanks in Advance
 
Old 12-15-2009, 04:52 PM   #2
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I am quite new on linux, I have installed fedora10. every thing is fine but when i start using oracle on Mozila it is not working.
without loading Applet it replies Done.

Can anyone help me out so i can use my Oracle ERP on fedora 10 as a client.

Thanks in Advance
Oracle tech support can walk you through this, and there are several Oracle documents in their knowledgebase, too. You have access to both with your Oracle license.
 
Old 12-15-2009, 05:20 PM   #3
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Unrelated to that, but Fedora 12 is out, if you plan to use real database for long term use, upgrade before installing it. Fedora 10 support will be dropped in 5 month.

If you plan to use it for even longer, use CentOS, but warning, it's less "desktop centric" than Fedora.

On Debian, installing Oracle Express is quite easy, you add a line in your repository file and execute the command "apt-get install oracle". There is probably a similar repository for RedHat yum.
 
Old 12-15-2009, 09:38 PM   #4
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Fedora 10 support will be dropped in 5 month.
Correction fedora 10 support HAS STOPPED or will in a few days

support for 10 ends 30 days after fedora 12 came out

if you are running a database DO NOT USE A SHORT LIFE distro like fedora !!!!!!!!!!!!
Please do your self a VERY big favor and install a long life distro like RHEL 5.4 or CentOS 5.4
 
  


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