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9i's runInstaller - is their a commandline or windowless version?

I need to install Oracle 9i remotely and the GUI (I think) gets in the
way. It takes sooooo long to do anything and yet I can tell the remote
system is nearly idling waiting for X to let-go of the net.

I googled the groups and didn't see command line options, and it doesn't
seem to understand --help. Does anyone know for sure?

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"Thomas Gagné" <tg****@wide-open-west.com> wrote in message
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I need to install Oracle 9i remotely and the GUI (I think) gets in the
way. It takes sooooo long to do anything and yet I can tell the remote
system is nearly idling waiting for X to let-go of the net.

I googled the groups and didn't see command line options, and it doesn't
seem to understand --help. Does anyone know for sure?

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<http://gagne.homedns.org/~tgagne/>


Thomas,

What you need is a response file. Check out the Oracle Universal Installer
Documentation.

Douglas Hawthorne
Jul 19 '05 #2
Easier said than doen. Googles and Oracle searches for "universal
installer documentation response file" doesn't find much appropriate.
I'll keep looking.

Douglas Hawthorne wrote:
"Thomas Gagné" <tg****@wide-open-west.com> wrote in message
news:ds********************@wideopenwest.com...

I need to install Oracle 9i remotely and the GUI (I think) gets in the
way. It takes sooooo long to do anything and yet I can tell the remote
system is nearly idling waiting for X to let-go of the net.

I googled the groups and didn't see command line options, and it doesn't
seem to understand --help. Does anyone know for sure?

--
.tom
remove email address' dashes for replies
opensource middleware at <http://isectd.sourceforge.net>
<http://gagne.homedns.org/~tgagne/>


Thomas,

What you need is a response file. Check out the Oracle Universal Installer
Documentation.

Douglas Hawthorne


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Jul 19 '05 #3
Strange.

From http://tahiti.oracle.com , I went to the Oracle 9i docs, and searched
for

install and response and file

The manual you need to read is the Universal Installer Concepts Guide.

SimonT.
Jul 19 '05 #4
Thomas Gagné wrote:
Easier said than doen. Googles and Oracle searches for "universal
installer documentation response file" doesn't find much appropriate.
I'll keep looking.


Oracle documentation at http://docs.oracle.com

Oracle Universal Installer Concepts Guide
Release 2.2
Part Number A96697-01
Jul 19 '05 #5

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