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REQ: anyone got a full copy of Orcale 7i or 8i Database?

REQ: anyone got a full copy of Orcale 7i or 8i Database?

REQ: anyone got a full copy of Orcale 7i or 8i Database?

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as Title says am looking for both x86 and sparc edition of Oracle 7i /or 8i database ?, I been looking all over for one but unable to find any, thanks

RE: REQ: anyone got a full copy of Orcale 7i or 8i Database?

Checked with any museums? [wink]

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RE: REQ: anyone got a full copy of Orcale 7i or 8i Database?


Maybe the Oracle at Delphi?

Skip,

glassesJust traded in my OLD subtlety...
for a NUance!tongue

RE: REQ: anyone got a full copy of Orcale 7i or 8i Database?

Wpgn,

Could you tell us more about your need in case we can identify other solutions (absent our ability to find something that Moses brought across the Red Sea <grin>).

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: REQ: anyone got a full copy of Orcale 7i or 8i Database?

I remember installing a PC version of Oracle7 back in the day. It came on a box containing dozens of 3.5" floppy disks that you had to insert one after the other. So you're going to be on the lookout for a floppy drive too (and an hour or two to do the installation) if you're successful in your quest.

Humbling to remember that something as ubiquitous as the CD-Rom (never mind DVDs) is barely 20 years old.

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