on unix prompt type the following

$ echo $ORACLE_HOME --> gives you the value set for the varaible

to set value of this variable use (assuming korn shell .. command to find
whi )-->
$ export ORACLE_HOME=


-----Original Message-----
From: Kelly
Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2000 5:22 PM
To: Oracle DBA List
Subject: RE: First time creating DB from hand...need help

I didn't install...I had assumed the install set these. Please excuse an
ignorant question...how can I check this? I'm very UNIX newbie!!

Thanks for the quick reply!!!!

At 10:08 AM 8/2/2000 +1000, you wrote:
Hi Kelly

Do you have your ORACLE_HOME environment variable set as well as
$ORACLE_HOME/bin added to the PATH ?

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