I have installed it also with trouble, but a friend of mine had all kinds of installer issues trying to do it on Solaris containers. He finally managed it, I will see if I can find out from him what he had to do. On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 3:18 PM, Niall Litchfield < niall.litchfield@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I have it running at a client site (not on Solaris containers though). I'd > definitely recommend a silent install and configure later. I have to say, as > someone who has recommended grid control for a while, that I'm really not > impressed with this release. The docs are not great (and too often > wrong/inappropriate) various of the advertised features aren't actually > there - can't use it to monitor EBiz, if you have the current SOA patchset > then you won't get support etc and the new features aren't robust. Unless > you have a reason to go to it then I'd probably stick with 10.2.0.5 right > now. > > On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 8:21 PM, Scott Canaan <srcdco@xxxxxxx> wrote: > >> I’ve been trying to install Oracle 11g Grid Control (188.8.131.52) on a >> Solaris 10 zone (container) for almost a month now. I’ve opened an SR with >> Oracle, but am getting nowhere. The issue that I’m having is that partway >> through the install, at various places – not always the same place, the >> x-window that is running the installer disappears. I am using the Cygwin >> x-windows server on my PC. I’ve tried this on two different PC’s, one is >> Windows XP 64-bit and the other is Windows XP 32-bit. >> >> >> >> I’ve installed the correct Java (jdk160_18). I’ve installed Weblogic, >> following the directions given to me by Oracle support. I’ve installed the >> WDJ7 patch to Weblogic. All I want is a basic install on a pretty vanilla >> Oracle database and environment. >> >> >> >> Has anyone else run into this problem? If so, how did you get around >> it? Does anyone have this running? >> >> >> >> Thank you, >> >> >> >> Scott Canaan '88 (Scott.Canaan@xxxxxxx) >> >> (585) 475-7886 – work >> >> "Life is like a sewer, what you get out of it depends on what you put into >> it." - Tom Lehrer. >> >> >> > > > > -- > Niall Litchfield > Oracle DBA > http://www.orawin.info > -- Andrew W. Kerber 'If at first you dont succeed, dont take up skydiving.'