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INSTALLATION OF ORACLE 7.3.2 ON UNIX

By surinderx ·
RESPECTED MEMBERS & SENIORS,
MYSELF ORACLE PROFESSIONAL.
SIRS, I WISH TO INSTALL ORACLE 7.3.2 OVER SCO UNIX VERSION 5.0.5. I HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE ON THE UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM. SOME PEOPLE SAYS PATCHES REQUIRED TO INSTALL BUT EVEN MYSELF DO NOT KNOW THAT
-- HOW TO INSTALL THE PATCHES AND WHICH ARE THOSE
-- WHAT IS THE SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
-- PATHS TO BE PROVIDED
-- CONNECTIVITY OVER NETWORK

I NEED LINE BY LINE INFORMATION REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF ORACLE ON UNIX WITH EACH COMMAND AFTER STARTING UP UNIX.
PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ID :
surinderx@rediffmail.com


THANX IN ADVANCE

(AWAITING ANS ASAP)

REGARDS

SURINDER KAPOOR

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by marv732 In reply to INSTALLATION OF ORACLE 7. ...

Surinder,
Oracle 7.3.2 hasn't been supported for years now so your best bet is to go to otn.oracle.com (Oracle Technet) and join the club (free).
You'll find all sorts of info there (maybe even some stuff on 7.3.2 if you search for it).
Other than that I can only suggest you find someone who still has some documentation left.

Greg

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by marv732 In reply to

Sending you the documentation (if I had it ) would take all day)

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by istal In reply to INSTALLATION OF ORACLE 7. ...

I would suggest you Oracle versions 9 and up!!!

All best.
Aleksander

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by asjwm2 In reply to INSTALLATION OF ORACLE 7. ...

Hi,
Well, you should be able to do it. Put the CD in the drive and find the ".exe" file and execute it. Do the following commands :
1) cd d (look in the cd drive)
2) ls (list the contents)
3) type the file name ("Oracle.exe")
Then it might ask you where you want to install Oracle (hit return and accept the default directory)
The file will probably be "install.exe"
Then "cd" (change directory) to the Oracle directory and look at what files have been installed. Read the "readme.txt" and anything that looks like the manual for operating Oracle.
Then start the software and see what it does. Make a simple database and execute some primitive commands on it.
for instance, type this after installation :
1) cd (change to home directory)
2) ls -al (long listing of all directories)
3) cd usr/bin/kapoor/Oracle (something like that)
4) ls (list Oracle files)
5) Oracle.exe (to start the software)
The rest is up to you !!
John

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by emad.norbert In reply to INSTALLATION OF ORACLE 7. ...

goto metalink and look for this note id it have all you need about this

Note:1021090.6
Subject: INSTALLING ORACLE 7.3.X ON SCO UNIX

or folow this link
http://metalink.oracle.com/metalink/plsql/ml2_documents.showDocument?p_database_id=NOT&p_id=1021090.6

and if you don't have access to metalink mail me and i'll send it to you by mail

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