ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80) 
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 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)
I tried to install the patch (glibc.2.1.3) from Oracle on Mandrake 8.0. But
everytime i try
that I get following message prompted:

ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment

It is pity, because everythings else has been installed properly.(I hope I
answered the reques of the root.sh for the local bin directory correct
as/usr/local/bin?)

Any suggestions are welcome.

Regards
Nicolas



Thu, 06 Nov 2003 17:15:50 GMT
 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)



Quote:
> I tried to install the patch (glibc.2.1.3) from Oracle on Mandrake 8.0.
But
> everytime i try
> that I get following message prompted:

> ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment

export ORACLE_HOME=/your/oracle/home_directory (for example
/opt/oracle/OraHome1)

Jimmy Collins



Thu, 06 Nov 2003 17:27:56 GMT
 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)
Quote:
> export ORACLE_HOME=/your/oracle/home_directory (for example
> /opt/oracle/OraHome1)

Jimmy

thank you very much, this was for me an important tip to get what I wanted.
Now I am able to access my linux database. Sure not everything is perfect
(because I have to reenter this statement whith each start of the database)
but Ias I said I can try my linux database.

Regards

Nicolas



Fri, 07 Nov 2003 00:39:12 GMT
 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)


Quote:
> > export ORACLE_HOME=/your/oracle/home_directory (for example
> > /opt/oracle/OraHome1)

> Jimmy

> thank you very much, this was for me an important tip to get what I
wanted.
> Now I am able to access my linux database. Sure not everything is perfect
> (because I have to reenter this statement whith each start of the
database)
> but Ias I said I can try my linux database.

> Regards

> Nicolas

Nicolas,

If you include this line in your .profile and also include
export ORACLE_SID=<your sid>
you don't have to do this.
Of course this is documented in the getting started manual. Please try to
read it.

Regards,

Sybrand Bakker, Oracle DBA



Fri, 07 Nov 2003 03:35:08 GMT
 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)
Quote:
> If you include this line in your .profile and also include
> export ORACLE_SID=<your sid>
> you don't have to do this.
> Of course this is documented in the getting started manual. Please try to
> read it.

Hm. I read this small book. But perhaps I have overread it. Sure I am new to
linux but I am not new to oracle. But linux give me some new problems. e.g.
where to find such a profile file.
Under Win2000 I have not such problem (but linux is a new environment for
me). The pity is, that I do not remember the commands to start the dabase
manually.

Regards

Nicolas



Fri, 07 Nov 2003 05:02:31 GMT
 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)

Quote:
> Hm. I read this small book. But perhaps I have overread it. Sure I am new to
> linux but I am not new to oracle. But linux give me some new problems. e.g.
> where to find such a profile file.
> Under Win2000 I have not such problem (but linux is a new environment for
> me). The pity is, that I do not remember the commands to start the dabase
> manually.

Was the last sentence meant as a question?
If so, you can either use the script $ORACLE_HOME/bin/dbstart (it
requires,
that your database is listed in /etc/oratab and marked with Y), or you
can do it manually with

prompt> svrmgrl
SVRMGR> connect internal
SVRMGR> startup

If you are using the listener you have to start it with:

prompt> lsnrctl start [listener_name]

Regards,

Knut

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       The degree of normality in a database is inversely
                  proportional to that of its DBA



Fri, 07 Nov 2003 17:30:29 GMT
 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)
Quote:
> If so, you can either use the script $ORACLE_HOME/bin/dbstart (it
> requires,
> that your database is listed in /etc/oratab and marked with Y), or you
> can do it manually with

This I will check. One of my Problem ist, that the ORACLE_HOME hve to be
setted each time I connect to LINUX.

Quote:

> prompt> svrmgrl
> SVRMGR> connect internal
> SVRMGR> startup

> If you are using the listener you have to start it with:

> prompt> lsnrctl start [listener_name]

Thanks for that. This has been the solution what I looked for. And it works.

Regards

Nicolas



Sat, 08 Nov 2003 02:57:37 GMT
 ORACLE_HOME is not set in your environment (Mandrake-80)

Quote:
> > If so, you can either use the script $ORACLE_HOME/bin/dbstart (it
> > requires,
> > that your database is listed in /etc/oratab and marked with Y), or you
> > can do it manually with
> This I will check. One of my Problem ist, that the ORACLE_HOME hve to be
> setted each time I connect to LINUX.

Just set in in your .profile or /etc/profile (then it is for all users).
Even better is when you create a file oracle.sh in /etc/profile.d/
with all the environment settings needed for Oracle.

Regards,

Knut

--
Knut Talman                                     Fon +40 30 72 62 01 411

          The degree of normality in a database is inversely            
                    proportional to that of its DBA



Sat, 08 Nov 2003 17:15:21 GMT
 
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