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I installed "Oracle10g" on "Redhat Entierprise 4 Linux".
To start sqlplus, ". oraenv" command should be run. This command promts for "ORACLE_SID" from user. Every time I have to run ". oraenv" commnad to start sqlplus. Then, I run ". .bash_profile" After this sqlplus is working fine.
Instead of that, I directly set "ORACLE_SID=orcl" in "/usr/local/bin/oraenv" and called ". oraenv" from "/etc/profile" Then, I run ". .bash_profile" After this sqlplus is working fine.
After doing this, I started machine, It shows error
"INIT: id "x" respwaning too fast- disabled for 5 minites" and machine hanges.
A "respawning too fast" message generally means that something in the system's /etc/inittab file is being started up (spawned), and dies. The inittab processor then attempts to spawn it again and again and realizes that there's a problem, so it tells you about it. The most common inittab respawns are for getty listeners, but in your case, it's probable that the X11 xdm task is at fault. You might want to look at the X display manager logs.
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That means, what ever settings I am doing for Oracle is not responsible for error, that I encountered?