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    Unanswered: Can any one provide me link to download

    Can any one provide me link to download
    Oracle client 10gR2 for linux

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    Thanks

    But I think that link consists of only database install but not the client

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    "*All Release 2 download pages contain Oracle Companion, Client, Clusterware, Gateways, and Application Express standalone downloads."


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    Quote Originally Posted by sajid123 View Post
    Can any one provide me link to download
    Oracle client 10gR2 for linux
    Speaking as someone who is definitely not a sys-admin and got roped into installing Oracle several times, I strongly recommend you figure out exactly what version of Linux you're using and find a step by step guide for installation. There are a ton of them out there, just Google for your distro and handy keywords like Oracle 10gR2 installation guide.

    I'd also recommend just wiping your machine and putting Oracle Enterprise Linux on it. You'll run into lots of gotchas in configuring Oracle, and OEL, not surprisingly, is set up just the way Oracle likes it. (It's really just a rebranded version of RedHat Enterprise Linux with some extra RPMs that Oracle needs.)

    Even if you're just setting it up so you can pull some data off a backup file or some other one-time operation, that's fine, but from experience I can tell you that getting it to run on an existing system can be painful. You will probably save a lot of time just wiping the system and starting from scratch.

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