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The Solaris 11 (11.2) install uses groups of packages called: solaris-desktop solaris-large-server solaris-small-server solaris-minimal-server The group is defined in a install manifest during AI install Oracle also provides a x86 (64bit) desktop install iso A SPARC or x86 Text server install See the install documentation for the list of files if you really ...


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The install/oraparam.ini contains the following lines (even in a fresh download): #MSVCREDIST_LOC flag will provide the name of the exe that is being shipped in stage/ext/bin MSVCREDIST_LOC=vcredist_x64.exe This is incorrect because you need the 32-bit version (x86). Now if you check stage/ext/bin, there is a file vcredist_x86.exe, and obviously no ...


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If your virtual machine has internet access, use the public yum repository (configured by default), else mount the install DVD and create a yum repository from the ISO. After that, install and enable the GUI: # yum groupinstall 'Server with GUI' # systemctl enable graphical.target --force After reboot, you will have to accept the license agreement for ...


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If you install from apt-get you will be able to use apt-get upgrade option later and other apt-get build in options (available from Ubuntu). Furthermore apt-get installs binaries and manages their versions. You just install and nothing more. Installing from source gives you the ability to do a more detailed installation. (You can customize the build and ...


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I figured out the issue after doing some more searching and trial & error. The process I used for finding the issue: Started with the CLI and ran the following command: This will provide a list of all features that are enabled and disabled Dism /online /get-features /format:table Next you use the following command to enable needed features Dism ...


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Yes, it is possible. https://docs.oracle.com/database/121/NTDBI/intro.htm#NTDBI2648 Oracle Database supports multiple Oracle homes. You can install this release or previous releases of the software more than once on the same system, in different Oracle home directories. This allows flexibility in deployment and maintenance of the database ...



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