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Hello all

I have an issue with the so-called prereqs of Oracle DB 11gR2 on SUSE Linux 11 SP2. When I run the DB installer it checks for prereqs and my server missing 1) libgcc43 and 2) libstdc++43.

But during the OS installation SP2 has auto-install libgcc46 and libstdc++46, a newer version. How can I set the installer to use the newer libraries? Or can I ignore these failed libraries and continue?

Thanks in advanced.
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Hi all

I managed to get this solved by confirming that those missing libraries can be ignore indicated by the link. The link mentions:

Run software requirement check (swReqCheck) action of installManager. If you have a virgin system you may get some warnings. Add the missing packages and rerun swReqCheck action until 4 warnings are shown. This because swReqCheck does not correctly check ksh package and because libgcc43, libstdc++43 and libstdc++43-32bit appear in SLES 11.2 to have been replaced by libgcc46, libstdc++46 and libstdc++46-32bit package.


 
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