[Nelug] Oracle on Linux
paulhutchinson at warpmail.net
Mon Jul 7 19:39:01 UTC 2003
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 18:55:43 +0000
simon.oldham at sicom-systems.co.uk wrote:
> Having untarred everything into a 'tmp' directory in my home
> directory, I should just need to execute ./runInstaller and the 'Universal
> Oracle Installer' should start - according to the Oracle docs.
> However, I get the following error :
> bash: ./runInstaller: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied
> if I try to run as root then the following happens :
> The user is root. Oracle Universal Installer cannot continue installation if
> the user is root.
> : No such file or directory
> Can anyone help? - it is sooooo annoying.
> Thanks in advance,
> Si :-(
Maybe this is no use at all, but I remember a few times I got the very same user. I cannot explain it, except maybe symlinks and stuff. But instead of running "./runInstaller" try actually passing it to the interpreter:
Dont ask me how or why, and it probably won't even work. But this solved the problem for once.
A guess, but I hope you sort it out.
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