2018-10-16 12:00:002018-11-16 12:00:00
Today I installed oracle 18c on my Fedora 28 Desktop machine. You might think that is some kind of a burden...well....it's not.
It was actually quite easy. However...it was also a little disturbing, but I will come to that shortly.
What have I done:
Download the software
Downloading the sowftware was quite easy ofcourse. The URL I navigated to was : oracle.com.
It looks somewhat like:
Quite a dowload (4.3 GB :-))
Don't forget to Accept the License Agreement.
Choose the platform you need...and GO.
Unpack the software
Install the software
You still have to run ./runinstaller.sh. This will at my not supported distro give you:
And then you can continue:
Run dbca to create the database (including a tenant)
Running the dbca is also easy peasy....
Just like always...
Go and play
Just do it...go and play.....
But...take care, I've installed/configured 100 of Oracle RDBMS installations in my careeer and I created so much databases...
Above is not even the beginning of an install guide or something like it. It's more like a teaser to lure you to Oracle RDBMS 18c :-)