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I had this as well. As root, I executed xhost + first and then it worked.


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After a complete purge of php installation I reinstalled php. Later following the steps described in here first answer I could install pdo and pdo_oci as expected.


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Latest PHP version has them built-in its core & installation these extensions from pecl is mostly failed. Best way is compile & install the extensions from PHP source See my blog on this problem for more detail: http://blog.appwhoosh.com/install-pdo_oci-oci8-extensions-for-ubuntu-14-10/


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Follow this link,its easy and simple.Worked nicely for me http://blog.whitehorses.nl/2014/03/18/installing-java-oracle-11g-r2-express-edition-and-sql-developer-on-ubuntu-64-bit/


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Follow the link below,its easy and simple.It worked fine for me. http://blog.whitehorses.nl/2014/03/18/installing-java-oracle-11g-r2-express-edition-and-sql-developer-on-ubuntu-64-bit/


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Although the method I'm about to explain requires (at least on my system) the /etc/init.d/oracle-xe to be executed every time Ubuntu is started: If you've followed the Oracle 11g installation instruction straight, try this out: rm -rf /dev/shm mkdir /dev/shm mount -t tmpfs shmfs -o size=2048m /dev/shm Note: The amount of memory defined for the "size" ...


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I found the answer here: locate libclntsh.so.11.1 copy to /opt/app/oracle/product/11.2.0/db_1/lib Anyway, I don't expect this to be the end of the errors... I'm still open to suggestions for a better OS for my purpose. Thanks! Edit: it wasn't. TNS errors abound, after initializing creation of database. I'm going to try CentOS. Going to miss Lubuntu's ...


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You are good to go. A VM isolates the guest OS in memory. Basically the VM "thinks" it is a stand alone.


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VMs isolate the guest OS from the host OS. You can safely do whatever you want in the VM and do not need to fear that you may somehow overwrite data on the host OS or change the hosts boot sectors.


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Sure you can. Oracle VM VirtualBox is storing its virtual machine disks on plain files on your host OS so there is no risk to mess with your existing data.



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