Iâ€™ve received lots mail regarding this issue. A typical question
How do I install Oracle on Redhat or Suse Linux? Howto configure Oracle along with few DBA questions.
First, Oracle goes very well with Redhat / Oracle Linux or Suse Linux. Donâ€™t try other disto. Other distro may work but it requires some expertise. Personally I have installed Oracle on RHEL 4 and Suse Linux as well as few Debian boxes.
Installation is really easy if you follow official installation guide. Iâ€™m not going to write instructions here but following resources should help anyone:
Official Oracle-on-Linux Installation Docs
A must have for Linux admin. This page contains a collection of install guides and tips that worked best for customers as reported in the Linux Discussion Forums and OTN Installfests.
The Oracle-on-Linux Installation Menu
Oracle Linux Page
It is one of the best resource for Oracle 9/10 installation.
Installing Oracle Database XE on Debian, Ubuntu, and Kubuntu
What happens when you try to install Oracle Database XE Beta on a new Linux distribution? You learn a whole lot!
Hope this helps out.
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