This workaround is not working on my environment.
Eventhough I use -ignoreSysPrereqs command, I can see oracle is checking the system prereqs in the log file in /tmp folder.
For finding out the certified version of Linux, I use the command as uname -a
The Certified version row in oraparam.ini file looks like,
Linux= Fedora 9, 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686,Linux IBTP11042 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686,Linux IBTP11042 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686 #1, Linux IBTP11042 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686 #1 SMP,redhat-3,SuSE-9,redhat-4,UnitedLinux-1.0,asianux-1,asianux-2
Note: - I use all the combination for the vertified verison :-)
Yeah...Thanks for this suggestion.
This solve the prerequsite problem..But now I am facing one strange problem. When I run the runInstaller using root ID. It says,
user is root. Oracle universal installer can not run the installation using root ID.
:directory not found
And if I login as different user then it puts some java related errors
Saying some library libXso.g not found...some sharing problem it says...
I have JDK 1.6 installed on my system and I can find some folder named as jre1.4 in the oracle installer..Will it create any problem or I have some missing libraries on my workstation