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I downloaded instant-client zip directories for basic Linux, sqlplus and for SDK and unzipped them in opt/oracle.Then I added to my .bashrc file to follows:

export PATH=:$PATH:/opt/oracle/instantclient_18_5
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/opt/oracle/instantclient_18_5

I have sqlplus executable in /opt/oracle/instantclient_18_5.When I run ./sqlplus from home I get command not found. It however opens when I go to its' directory and run ./sqlplus but prompts me for username-password which I do not know since this is the first time I am starting?Two questions :

  1. How can I run using sqlplus rather than ./sqlplus and that too if I want to do so from any where(not just that subdirectory)?
  2. I do not know username or password. Tried using / as sysdba but not working.What can I do?
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Ad1. to be able to use sqlplus from anywhere you can link it with:

ln -s /opt/oracle/instantclient_18_5/sqlplus /usr/bin/sqlplus

and then it should be available from anywhere since /usr/bin is already in your PATH

Ad 2. Instant client is just client. You need to install the oracle database to set up username and password during the database installation process.

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