Oracle Linux provides a 100% application binary compatible alternative to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS Linux for both hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
Since 2006, Oracle Linux has been completely free to download and use. Source code, binaries and updates are provided free of charge. It is freely redistributable. Free for use in production environments.
This time, we will proceed with the latest Oracle Linux 9.1.
１．Oracle Linux9.1 Download
Oracle Linux 9.1 installation image (OracleLinux-R9-U1-x86_64-dvd.iso ) can be downloaded from the following site
2．Oracle Linux 9.1 Install
Install USB media Change BIOS settings to boot from USB media.
2.1 Initial installation screen
You will see the following screen. Press the "Install Oracle Linux 9.1.0" key at the top to proceed to "Select Language".
2.2 Language Selection
On the next language selection screen, select "English" and click "Continue.
2.3 "Keyboard Layout" setting [Keyboard] Click
Click the [+] button
To change the priority, select [Japanes], click the [^] button, and then click the [Done] button.
2.4 Click on "Software Selection" setting.
Select "Server" for "Base Environment、For software in the right column, select
①Hardware Monitoring Utilities
③Legacy UNIX Compatibility
⑤RPM Development Tools
2.5 Set "Where to Install". Click on [Installtion Destination]
Set "Storage Configuration" to "Automatic" and click "Done".
2.6 "Network & Host Name" setting
Do not set [Host Name], and click [Done] to proceed with the default server address with DHCP enabled.
2.7 Setting "Root Password"
Enter Root password and click "Done"
2.8 "User Creation" Create user and set password
Check [Make this user administrator] Keep [Password] strong.
2.9 Click on "Begin Installation"
After installation is complete, click on "Reboot System"
When the installation is finished and you click on "Reboot System" , you will see the following
The "hostname login:" screen will appear.
Log in with the user name and password of the general user you just created.
If you see the bash prompt "$", your login is complete.