I am new to linux(just changed from windows 10 week ago). I am a student currently learning oracle sql. I want to install oracle sql on my endeavourOS.
I read arch wiki for installation of oracle-xe but in the comments saying not working.
I tried instaling oracle 19c through runinstaller and it is showing this error
error while loading shared libraries: libcrypt.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I want to install 19c or express edition if possible.
Can any one help me through the process?
How did you try to install it? Did you try to install
oracle-xe (Oracle Express Edition) from AUR ? Which instruction on the Wiki did you follow?
Difficult to help without information.
How can we fix something that is broken?
If you need this then run it on a supported platform, ideally one that is supported by the place in which you are a
so they can help you when things break or don’t work.
Alternatively, a quick search for
would have found several threads on the forum, including a solution here:
This worked but it is showing OS is not supported.
Should i continue with installation?
So I cannot run oracle-xe on endeavour?
I wouldn’t continue, because prerequisites will not be checked.
Where and which installer did you download (Link ?)? I could only find rpm packages for Linux. Maybe I missed something.
Nevertheless, I would try to install Oracle Express Edition from AUR.
yay -S oracle-xe should do the job. It’s version oracle-xe 184.108.40.206.0-1. Installation worked here, but I didn’t test it.
This is entirely up to you. It is your system and your responsibility.
Who knows unless you try? Or, refer to what you read before:
which implies it doesn’t work on any Arch-based distro.