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install oracle

afshin
Occasional Contributor

install oracle

hi,
i want to istall oracle9! on linux red hat.
if i start ./runinstaller than apperar:
DISPLAY not set!
Please set DISPLAY and try again.
how can i do that?
tnx
afshin
2 REPLIES
John Poff
Honored Contributor

Re: install oracle

Hi,

First, you'll need to be running an X windows terminal to do the Oracle installation, as Oracle does it all in a graphical window. The DISPLAY setting is an environmental variable. Just do this:

export DISPLAY=myhost:0.0

-or-

export DISPLAY=##.##.##.##:0.0

where 'myhost' or '##.##.##.##' is the hostname or IP address of the system that you have used to connect to the Linux system.

JP
Balaji N
Honored Contributor

Re: install oracle

hi
assuming that you are running bash and you have already X configured and it is up and running,

export DISPLAY=ipaddress:0.0


also, if you are doing a telnet or rlogin and then trying to run this, you may need to run "xhost +ipaddress" on the machine from where you are running telnet.

hth
-balaji
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