RE: Oracle bI 2nd request
you don't need anything extra to install Oracle 8i in Debian. java comes
with oracle, you need no extra java packages. If your not building a
production machine, 64MB would probably work, but I would not run X at the
same time, otherwise, go with 128MB. Hope this helps
> I posted yesterday, and unfortunately, have recieved no replies.
> I have a fresh potato install, and wish to install Oracle 8I on it.
> Most of the information I have is for RedGAt.
> has anyone made this work on Debian? If so, whatr do I need to use
> this, other than the base install with working X & Gnome?
> For instance I am totaly unfamiliar with Java, yet I know the Oracle
> installer is Java based. What packages do I need to add to
> allow this
> to work?
> Also Oracle seems to recomend a minimum of 128M RAM. I really am not
> building a production machine, and I have Oracle runing on
> HP PA=RUSC
> boxes with this amount of RAM. Surely I can't really need
> that much for
> just a small test instance?
> Anyone who has this working, I would love to hear from you.
> Stan Brown email@example.com
> Charleston SC.
> Windows 98: n.
> useless extension to a minor patch release for 32-bit extensions and
> a graphical shell for a 16-bit patch to an 8-bit operating system
> originally coded for a 4-bit microprocessor, written by a 2-bit
> company that can't stand for 1 bit of competition.
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