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Installation of Oracle 12c on Oracle Enterprise Linux 7

15 Nov

Dear Friends,
I had installed Oracle 12c database on Oracle Enterprise Linux 7 yesterday. I am sharing my steps which I had taken for installation. Hope you find this helpful.

Step 1: Download the OEL7 ISO for 64 bit from Oracle Edelivery (V46135-01.iso and V46138-01.iso)

Step 2: Open Virtual Box and Create New Virtual Machine choosing the OS option as Other Linux -> Oracle 64-bit.

Step 3: Point the CD/DVD to the ISO image downloaded from Edelivery site

Step 4: Change the boot sequence to CD/DVD, Hard Disk

Step 5: Create a shared folder with auto mount and read only option and point it to the setup location on the host machine.

Step 6: Start the Virtual Machine and follow the steps.

Step 7: Install Additional Guest Image – This will enable to access the shared folder on host machine.

Step 8: Install the RPM mentioned in the appendix section of this article.

Step 9: Copy the Oracle 12c database setup from the shared folder on host to the /u01 directory.

Step 10: Refer my previous blog post on installation steps here.

Installation Steps in OEL7

Installation Steps in OEL7

 

Login Screen in OEL7

Login Screen in OEL7

 

OEM Database Express 12c - Login Screen

OEM Database Express 12c – Login Screen

 

OEM Database Express 12c - Performance Hub

OEM Database Express 12c – Performance Hub

Some Points to remember:

1. Installation Guide by Tim Hall is available here – This contains tips to troubleshoot certain installation errors.

2. Useful article on OTN can be found here.

3. Installation Guide at Oracle Docs which I found useful is here

Appendix:

Download the rpm for oracle-rdbms-server-12cR1-preinstall-1.0-1.el7.x86_64.rpm from here

Download adobe flash player for Firefox browser, this will be required for the Oracle EM Database Express 12c. (flash-plugin-11.2.202.411-release.x86_64.rpm)

 
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