But many packages require additional packages of their own, leading to a frustrating dependency-hell situation. Notify me of new posts via email. But every time I install Oracle I find I have to track down one or two that cover what I need, so this is my brain dump on how to do it. YUM makes resolving the dependency hell of RPM packages much more managable, and greatly simplifies the installation of Oracle on the Linux platform. YUM has completed the dependency check, and determined that it only has to install the dos2unix package. Let’s try to configure the database then:. I downloaded that too and kept in the same folder and ran again.


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Now I understnad that by reading oratab file dbhome script determines which to use if there are several of them, and it does it by the SID given to the script.

Not a problem at compay-libcap1.

Oracle recommends that the password entered should be at least 8 characters in length, contain at least 1 uppercase character, 1 lower case character and cmpat-libcap1 digit []. You can check out my workaround here: Hi Denis, Thank you very much!

Next and last step is to configure the database itself. Thank you very much!


I have a very tricky question for you about the oraenv script. Loading additional RPMs is straightforward in of itself, the Linux rpm command is used to load the additional package. The dependency on compat-libcap1 was easily resolved as well as 36 other dependencies, because my installation of Oracle Linux is new and I do not have many packages installed yet. Thankfully, when using Yum, if dependencies are required, these are also installed at the same time so you don’t have to worry too much about that.


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Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: I was running XE on Fedora since 11g appeared inbut with the new Fedora releases this become impossible. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! The download is straight forward as usual. If it is CentOS what version?

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. When you run this command, you will be asked if you are sure that you want to remove compat-libcap1, so you have to manually confirm that you want to do this.


About me Georgi D. Well, I had a look at the script contents before worked out my solution.

For details check the logfiles at: The Java version used for netca gets shipped with the installation. When you run this command with the -y flag, you will not be prompted to check that you are sure you want to remove the package – so be sure you absolutely want to remove compat-libcap1 when using the -y flag.


RPM resource compat-libcap1(x86-64)

The documentation states that the packages or later versions must compag-libcap1 installedand with each revision of the operating system, exact version numbers will change. Running transaction check Transaction check succeeded. In order to comat-libcap1 the RPM file s you will have to have root privileges. Can you please post this issue and the output of the commands you ran on the XE forum under: Learn how your comment data is processed.

Packages in Fedora / RHEL / CentOS / EPEL – Package: compat-libcap1

There is a utility script called oraenvthat will configure that and more for your. You are commenting using your Google account. The same procedure applies also to Fedora When you run this command this will return nothing if there is nothing to update, or, will return the package name if the package is due to be updated.

Can you post what distribution and kernel version you used for your test the video? No match for argument: It seems not to be the only one with the problem — I found these unanswered posts: