I am learning pro *c and for this purpose i want to download oracle. I dont understand which version should i download and from where. My main purpose is only to learn pro * c on linux.
pls help me out.
on 07/25/2009 – Made popular on 07/25/2009
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hi.I was wondering if i could get an oracle 10g version that is guaranteed to work for fedora 10.I know they have downloads for linux and possibly fedora 4 but will they workon fedora 10.I thought about using wine to run the windows version of the installer but it seems wine cant 'emulate' everything.If the above stated courses of action are not possible,what 'easy to learn' software could i use t
Oracle Linux 6.1, Oracle's Red Hat Enterprise Linux clone, is now available for download, just a couple of weeks after RHEL 6.1 became available. Since Oracle doesn't stray too much from the original, there aren't any big changes compared to RHEL 6.1, apart from Oracle's own "Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel" being used by default.
I'm trying to make a script in perl which can check for updates to sun/oracle's java jdk.
I'm a little stuck here since I cant download the file if I dont visit their download page and accept the OTN license.
But I do have a cookie which i can use to grab the file using wget.
Oracle is the most powerful database software available for many platforms including Linux, Windows and other system. The latest version of Oracle is version 11g Release 2. You can download this new version from the link provided on the bottom of this post.