Please let me clear steps to install oracle 11g from local linux(or windows) machine to remote server( OS : Ubuntu).
When I try to run the runInstaller command,its not working from windows local machine.
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Begin by making sure that your system is up to date with all its packages:
SSH into the remove system (via putty or the client of your choosing)
Once the system has rebooted - you should be in working shape and up to date.
There are a number of packages required to install Oracle -so reconnect via ssh and then issue the following command
Next - you will need to make a few changes to the system configuration:
Add a few groups here: oinstall, dba and nobody
Add the oracle user
Now give Oracle its own home directory
Next - create the symbolic links
Next - Create the ORACLE_BASE
There are a number of parameters that need to be changed in the system configuration to ensure the system is ready to run the application -
First - change the size of shared memory in the /etc/sysctl.conf file
Integrate the following into the /etc/security/limits.confce file:
it will add the following to /etc/pam.d/login to validate parameters /etc/security/limits.conf:
RESTART THE SYSTEM @ THIS POINT BEFORE CONTINUING...
Now simply log into the system as the Oracle user via the login/password created in the previous steps above:
Now download and launch the Oracle runInstaller and follow the prompts
Once it is completed - it should make some changes to your /etc/profile - no worries as this should be done automagically.
Finally - add the following variables to the /etc/profile:
You should now be complete :-)
If you are unsure how to use SSH -I would suggest contacting a SysADMIN to help. however - if you do a quick google search for putty.exe - you can download it and then run to begin.
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