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Path not found when performing a Scripted Install and Silent install of Oracle 11g R2 Client

10/25/2012 3851 views

I have finally figured out how to get the Oracle 11g R2 Client to do a silent install on Windows 7(x86) using an answer file - during a K2000 scripted installation.  However, the error I'm getting now is related to the K2000 and I'm stuck.  Just a quick recap of how Oracle's Universal installer works - during the silent install Oracle copies the files from the zipped file stored on the K2K and places them into a new folder under the created user profile.  The folder is named for the date & time of install by Oracle.  It then looks for the answer file (my command line tells it to look) and continues from there.   The problem now is it stops because it can't find the path to C:\KACE\APPLICATIONS\103\INSTALL\..\STAGE\FASTCOPY\SETPERMS1.SH. <The system cannot find the path specified>.

I have searched the PC and the path/directory are not there so it has to be on the K2K somewhere.   Any Ideas?

I'll be posting the Command lines and what else I've done to make the "overall" Oracle installation work when I figure this out.

Thanks.  Russ

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Why not transfer over the setperms1.sh to specific directory ie like an installs folder  on the root of the  c drive and then have your script reference that location instead of the script location.

Answered 10/25/2012 by: ms01ak
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