Oracle on linux license

Oracle on linux license

Post by kevinator.. » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00

Hello all,
   I'm just getting back to doing stuff with Oracle. The project I'm on
now has an NT Server running ORacle 8i. I have a linux box that I want
to use exclusively to load data into the Oracle Server on NT. My
question is, do I have to buy another Oracle Server license or is
covered in the original purchase? My second question is, do I need to
load an entire oracle server onto my linux machine or can I just load
client software (SQL*PLUS, SQL*Loader)?
   thanks in advance for the help.


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