Chapter 15. Managing X Window

Many database administrators will argue that most Linux servers do not need X Window even when hosting an Oracle database. In fact, as you read the previous chapters of this book, you will realize that you can manage your Oracle database on a Linux server using a text console; you really don't need a graphical console. In recipes 10-11 and 10-12, you will learn how to install the Oracle RDBMS software, as well as how to create an Oracle Database without running the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) that requires a graphical display.

However, for database administrators planning to migrate from a Windows environment and wanting to explore Oracle Database on a Linux environment, typing (and remembering exactly) the operating ...

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