Re: Oracle 10g installer anyone?
Thanks for the offer to test. I'll send you the package under
separate cover. Maybe eventually it will cool hell by a couple
Instant Client's license looks non-free but distributable to me. You
could always do a database install and choose not to create a starter
database, and you would get a working client (plus 1.3GB of
useless-to-you software with it!). Or if you choose "Custom" for
install type and provide a DBCA response file... but I'm talking
silly now. Let me know if you package it; otherwise I'll put it on
my TODO list for whenever the database package is mature.
--- Kai Hendry <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Cool idea!
> I recently installed Oracle 10g on a couple of machines and it was
> *hell*. :/
> I am willing to test this package. Though I think many more Debian
> would be probably wanting the client more than the server...
> I was pondering on packaging the Oracle 10g Instant Client (NONFREE
> What license would this be I wonder?
> Some futher information on getting Oracle to play ball with PHP: