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Mandrake & Oracle [message #97312] Tue, 05 March 2002 06:22 Go to next message
Jay
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Registered: October 1999
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I'm some what of an experienced novice, if that makes sense, in respect to installing various versions of Linux like Slackware, Caldera, Debian, Redhat, etc... But as far as installing Oracle, I've been successful by installing Oracle 7 & 8 on Win NT 4 and Win 98, but never on any Linux platform, because Iíve never tried before. So before I go out and buy the latest version of Mandrake which I think is 8.2, and D/L the latest version of Oracle 9i for Linux (I think thatís the right version) what should I know, expect and prepare before hand? Also, if someone knows of a good bundled package of these goodies (also including PMís Boot Magic) that might be at places like Microcenter, CompUSA, etcÖ Please chime in and if you have an ISBN number that would be great. Thanks in advanced. Jay
Re: Mandrake & Oracle [message #97324 is a reply to message #97312] Wed, 13 March 2002 05:57 Go to previous message
Jay
Messages: 127
Registered: October 1999
Senior Member
you can download mandrake 8.2
mandrake is awesome!
i think better than redhat.
anything you can do in redhat you can do in mandrake, but with more ease.
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