1.3. Installing the Oracle Software

1.3.1. Installing the Oracle Software Decompressing the Installer

You need to copy Oracle Installer.

# su - oracle
$ cp -r /software/database /u01/stage/

Here, you need to verify that the binary has been compressed.

$ ls /u01/stage/
install response rpm runInstaller sshsetup stage welcome.html

If the above file has existed as described above, the installer has been successfully decompressed. Configuring the ORACLE_BASE directory.

You need to configure the directory where install Oracle. NOTE: You need to modify the name of the directory, based on your policy (method).

$ mkdir -p /u01/app/oracle Log in

You need to sign in to Cloud Computing, then choose “Server”, “Virtual Server” then “Instance”.


Choose “Console” from the action list of “Instance”, such as “Oracle_SE2_ins1”as appeared above, which you have configured at “3. Create Instance”.


Log in by the Oracle User account, from the Console. Start GUI

You need to start GUI

$ startx

You need to select a specific language, which you would like to utilize at the GUI. Then, click “Next” at the bottom of the screen.


Select your created language source, then click “Next”. NOTE: Select a specific language, according to your environment.


Click “Next”.


Click “Start using Oracle Linux Server”.


Click the “×” mark at the upper-right screen then close the screen. Opening the Terminal


Click at the screen above, choose “Open in Terminal” Execute the Installer

You need to execute the Oracle Installer. You need to execute the Oracle user prompt by utilizing the following command (e.g. Decompressing the user prompt.)

$ LANG=C /u01/stage/

Check out the checkmark box of “I wish to receive security updates via My Oracle Support.”, click “Next”.


Click “Yes”.


Select “Install database software only”, then click “Next”.


Select “Single instance database installation”, then click “Next”.


Select a specific language, which you would like to install, from the list of “Available languages”. Then, click the “>” button.

Here, you need to verify that the additional language, “Japanese”, as well as “English”exists in the list of “Selected languages”. You are required to add and modify the language list as necessary, if any other language is required.
After you have configured the language settings, click “Next” as appeared above.

After you have verified that the “Standard Edition Two (6.1GB)” is selected, click “Next” button, as appeared above.

You need to configure the settings of “Oracle base” as the created ORACLE_BASE directory. (e.g. “/u01/app/oracle” as shown above.)
“Software Location” : You need to configure the settings as the installed directory
After configuring the settings, click “Next”.
“Inventory Directory”: Specify the directory, which the logs will compile when your installing.
“oraInventory Group Name”: oinstall
Click “Next”.
Database Administrator(OSDBA) group dba
Database Operator(OSOPER) group(Optional) oper
Database Backup and Recovery(OSBACKUPDBA) group backupdba
Data Guard administrative(OSDGDBA) group dgdba
Encryption Key Management administrative(OSKMDBA) group kmdba

Verify respective group settings, click “Next”.


You need to verify the contents, click “Install”.


Then, Oracle Installation will get started.

Once the above screen will be input, boot the root user device.
NOTE: You should not click “OK” until the specific command is executed.
Open the terminal for the root user.
Right-click any blank space at the screen, then click “Open in Terminal (this is “Open in the device”)”.
Execute “su” command.
$ su -

Execute the output command when installing the Oracle installation. Use the root user device.

# /u01/app/oraInventory/orainstRoot.sh
# /u01/app/oracle/product/

“Enter the full pathname of the local bin directory”: [/usr/local/bin]:」:Click “Enter”


Get back to the above screen, then click “OK”.


Verify the installation has successfully completed, then click “Close”. Finally, you have completely installed the Oracle Software.