Oracle installation error on linux

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Hello guys and girls,

I am using Red Hat 5 and trying to install oracle 11G on it. Whenever I try to install the enterprise manager phase, the following error appears.

Enterprise manager configuration failed due to the following
error –
Listener is not up. Start the Listener and run EM Configuration
Assistant again.
Refer to the log file at
/u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/dbca/orcl/emConfig.log for more
details.
You can retry configuring this database with Enterprise
Manager later by manually running /u01/app/oracle/product/11.1.0/db_1/bin/emca script.
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I had previously done the successful installation on windows platform and now I am very confused because of this error and I don't know much complex stuff of Linux operating system. I also don’t know much about the directory/file permissions and this makes the situation more horrible for me.

Your guidance, suggestions will be appreciated as I would like to transfer my office platform from windows to Linux.

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #119287

Oracle installation error on linux

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Hello friend,

For this problem of your Linux operating system, you can give this command to your command prompt. Write there:

"Xhost +"

Then try the installation process. There is one problem to start the graphical window on your computer. I think that was the error. You can also run the installation process using text mode. Then you will have to use this command:

% runinstaller — help

Otherwise if you run the install via "SSH" session then you must have to enable "X11" forwarding and that make sure local X server is running or need xorg-x11-xauth package installed.

Thanks.

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