This document describes an example of an Oracle 9i Standard Edition database installation under RedHat Linux 8.x and 9.x. This document intends to show a simplified installation sequence for Oracle 9i database on RedHat Linux 8.x and 9.x. It is meant only as an example and if one intends to follow it, he/she should have in mind their own version of Linux, Oracle distribution and specific parameters of their own PC system. Getting Started guide: 2.1 Downloading Oracle 9i database, 2.2 Creating the CDs, Creating the CD images, Burning the CDs, 3. Pre?installation, 3.1 System Requirements, 3.3 JRE, 3.4 Setup tasks to perform as root user, Kernel Tune?up, Read and set the semaphore parameters, Read and set the shared memory parameters, Groups and accounts, Mount points and permissions, 3.5 Setup tasks to perform as oracle user, 4. Installation, 4.1 Mounting the CDs (before or during the installation), 4.2 Running the installer, 4.3 Installation screens and steps, UNIX Group Name Screen, File Locations Screen, Available Products Screen, Installation Types Screen, Database Configuration Screen, Database Identification Screen, Database File Location Screen, Database Character Set Screen, Summary Screen, Install Screen, Configuration Tools Screen, troubleshooting guide, Database Configuration Assistant, Troubleshooting updates, 5.2 Script for automatic startup on boot.
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