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Which Red Hat Linux version supports Oracle 9 DB?

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Hopefully just a quickie.. Which version of Red Hat Linux supports
Oracle 9 DB?
I just want to install it at home to get to grips with it, not run any
mission critical apps with it, so i don't want to shell out $1500 for
Advanced server if i can help it!

Many thanks in advance.
Andy Smith
Jul 19 '05 #1
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That would be

Redhat Advanced Server and Suse SLES.

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Hopefully just a quickie.. Which version of Red Hat Linux supports
Oracle 9 DB?
I just want to install it at home to get to grips with it, not run any
mission critical apps with it, so i don't want to shell out $1500 for
Advanced server if i can help it!

Many thanks in advance.
Andy Smith

Jul 19 '05 #2

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Originally posted by Andy
Hopefully just a quickie.. Which version of Red Hat Linux supports
Oracle 9 DB?
I just want to install it at home to get to grips with it, not run any
mission critical apps with it, so i don't want to shell out $1500 for
Advanced server if i can help it!

Many thanks in advance.
Andy Smith

I have installed 9i on RedHat 7.2 and 7.3. I have seen posts where
others have installed it on RH 8 and 9. Search for RedHat in
comp.databases.oracle.* and you will get plenty of hits.

Regards
/Rauf Sarwar

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