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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: Where to download old version of Oracle - 10.1

    Hi,
    Long story as to why, but I need to track down install media or download link for Oracle 10g.1.X

    Oracle has removed this version from their website, and also from their edelivery site, and someone at my office discarded a copy of the install media we previously stored onsite.

    I'm having no luck finding this whatsoever.

    Please, don't tell me to just use a newer version. 10.1 really is needed for this particular situation.

    Any help that could be provided would be appreciated tremendously.

    Thanks
    Tim

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    V10.1 is no longer supported
    V10.2 goes unsupported next month

    did you try

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  3. #3
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    Hi anacedent,
    Yes, I am well aware that 10.1 is not supported and 10.2 will soon be the same.
    As mentioned in my original post, I tried e-delivery but they don't have .1 available there.

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    You can also contact oracle through metalink. They should be able to get it for you.
    Bill
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    Can't use metalink

    I can't use metalink, I don't have any production oracle licenses, this is strictly for a development project. Going through one of the end users is not really an option.

    What I'm hoping is that someone here might actually have this archived somewhere on an old server or cd's.

  6. #6
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    What is the reason that you cant use 10.2?
    Bill
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  7. #7
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    Hi,
    I mentioned in my first post that I cannot use anything other than 10.1 for what I need to do.

    The why's of this is a long story that is irrelevant here. Please just understand that 10.1 is most definitely what I need.

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    Please, does ANYONE have an archive of this somewhere? I'd be willing to make a donation to you for your time at this point...... please, someone?

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    You don't state your OS. I found this Windows 32-bit version on Oracle's site:

    Oracle Database 10g Release 2 for Microsoft Windows
    90% of users' problems can be resolved by punching them - the other 10% by switching off their PCs.

  10. #10
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    Hi,
    Yes, sorry I forgot to mention Win32.

    However the link you provided is 10.2.

    As mentioned 10.1 is not available on the oracle site.

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    Sorry! I misread your request.
    90% of users' problems can be resolved by punching them - the other 10% by switching off their PCs.

  12. #12
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    Just checking again to see if anyone happens to have access to an archive of the old 10.1 installer for Windows. I've tried several other options but the 10.1 installer seems to be the only way I can do what I need to do for this particular dev situation.

    Anyone? Please?
    Tim

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