it is purely for development
you dont think we actually USE oracle with our own free will do you?
no, our customers use it, so we have to develope our product for it.
we dont use the support, for oracle or RHEL
On 5/13/05, Conor Wynne <weeboy at conorwynne.com> wrote:
> > if it's centos3.4
> > add the line
> > Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 3 (Taroon Update 4)
> > to /etc/redhat-release
> > and then EVERYTHING else is the same.
> > ive succesfuly installed oracle 9iR2 on CentOS so anyone having
> > trouble i can help.
>> Your mad your mad.
>> As others have pointed out, Oracle will indeed install on RHEL clones,
> even on Debian. But as soon as you need support you will wish you paid for
>> If its purely for a test box, or development (and you do your own
> support), then grand go ahead.
>> A good resource is puschitz:
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