Oracle Application Server 10g offers a comprehensive solution for developing, integrating, and deploying your enterprise’s applications, portals, and Web services. Based on a powerful and scalable J2EE server, Oracle Application Server 10g provides complete business integration and business intelligence suites, and best-of-breed portal software. As the only platform designed for grid computing as well as full lifecycle support for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Oracle Application Server gives you unmatched scalability, availability, manageability, and security.Create an ‘oracle’ user and ‘oracle’ group.
sudo adduser oracle
sudo addgroup oracle
Now you need to add user ‘oracle’ add ‘root’ to secondary list of groups
You need to chnage the permissions of opt directory using the following command
sudo chmod 775 /opt
Now you need Log out and log back in as oracle user
To fix a missing ‘ntcontab.o’ error, install the following packages
sudo apt-get install gcc make manpages-dev autoconf automake libtool flex bison gdb gcc-2.95-doc binutils
sudo apt-get install libdb1-compat
Download the Oracle Application file ‘as_linux_x86_core_101202.cpio’ from oracle site
Extract in local user directory
cpio -i –file=/
/as_linux_x86_core_101202.cpio -dcd Disk110
Run the installer using the following command
At the end of the install near 95% if is says that it cannot verify that the instance is running(message:
/opmn/bin/opmnctl start), hit continue.That’s it. Let it do it’s initialization process. When it is finished exit.
Go to http://localhost:1156 for the admin console.
Source: Ubuntu Geek
7 thoughts on “Install Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2 in Ubuntu”
Clear and to the point, nice work. Have you ever installed the App server with the Forms service? That’s the one that’s giving me trouble.
I havent tried it
a lot of thx for your efforts.
I have 2 question:
1- can any one plz clarify “Now you need to add user ‘oracle’ add ‘root’ to secondary list of groups” in words or by commands
2- can I install OAS infrastructure (OID, SSO …. etc) with the same method?
I got this
E: Couldn’t find package gcc-2.95-doc.
I am using ubuntu 8.04.3.
Enjoyable read. I wish I could make myself write such good posts onto my own blog. I guess I just need to try harder.