Just as my playing with the new Linux Mint release begins, so the Fedora team finalise a new version of their distro: Fedora 24 was released on 21st June.
It’s still very blue; it’s still very Gnome-y and therefore pretty awful as far as I’m concerned and I wouldn’t personally touch it with a feathered hat-band, let alone a bargepole.
But it’s out and therefore my Bogart preinstaller script, which makes Fedora a suitable platform for running Oracle Enterprise Edition, needs a run in the park to make sure it still works with the new version. Happily it does without any substantial changes at all.
However, I took the opportunity to do two things with Bogart. One was to remove its ability for preparing for an 11g installation. I know 188.8.131.52 is still supported, but you can’t get hold of that without a support contract; and if you’ve got a support contract, you won’t likely be wanting to run Oracle on an unsupported platform like Fedora! Meanwhile, any other version of 11g you can get your hands on has long-since been de-suppported… so Bogart is now 12c only.
And that means, two: I’ve re-written the Oracle-on-Fedora article to reflect it’s new only-12c-ness.