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If you're using Linux/Unix, there's a way of making SQL*Plus loads friendlier on the command line - use rlwrap. It adds readline support to SQLPlus, allowing you to use the cursor keys to navigate to previous queries (it retains a history), and edit them when you've made a mistake. Launch SQL*Plus with rlwrap -i sqlplus or add alias sqlplus="rlwrap -i ...
Use the following command in SQL*PLUS : !stty erase <backspace> but instead of the <backspace> statement, simply press the backspace button and hit return with what it gives you.
The listener works as expected. It is configured to listen at localhost (127.0.0.1) and so it cannot accept connection from another host. I assume that the listener runs on host with IP 192.168.1.130 . So in the listener configfile change localhost to 192.168.1.130 and restart the listener. LISTENER = (DESCRIPTION_LIST = (DESCRIPTION = ...
The answer to your question is, no, you cannot connect to MySQL using the current oracle instant client.
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