Tuxedo middleware is required before the PeopleTools CDs can be installed. You can download it with the PeopleTools CDs from edelivery.oracle.com or you can install from a physical CD that you have.
I have extracted the CD into /home/pshr/tuxedo with the unzip command.
Once, you have the CD extracted or mounted, you will need to fix a few bugs before you can begin. We will start in the directory where you extracted the installation files:
First, update the bin file with the first fix. You will need to run the following lines in a terminal.
cp tuxedo91_32_SLES_9_x86.bin ../Install.bak
chmod +w tuxedo91_32_SLES_9_x86.bin
cat ../Install.bak | sed "s/export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL/#xport LD_ASSUME_KERNEL/" > tuxedo91_32_SLES_9_x86.bin
Next, you need to edit (with either the vi command or the gedit command) the install.sh. Change the line from (line #259):
sh $INSTALL_BINARY -f $SILENT_INSTALL_FILE > $INSTALLER_OUTPUT;
sh $INSTALL_BINARY LAX_VM /usr/java/jdk1.5.0_16/bin/java -f $SILENT_INSTALL_FILE > $INSTALLER_OUTPUT;
Now, you are ready to start the installation and you can run install.sh from a terminal:
For, the first option, choose option 2 — linux. And, type Y to confirm the selection.
Next, change the Bea home directory (/bea) to /home/pshr/bea and also the default tuxedo directory (/home/pshr/bea/tuxedo91). I am doing this because I plan to keep everything in my user home directory. If you don’t do this, you need to create a directory and update the security on that directory.
Next, accept the default password of “password”.
Then, enter y to continue with the installation.