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Linux platforms include Oracle Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise. Information about supported Linux operating systems is provided in Siebel Installation Guide for UNIX. Linux is treated as a UNIX operating system. Supported Linux operating systems are usually discussed in generic terms and are not differentiated. However, some information in this guide may apply only to particular Linux operating systems.
In general, Siebel Installation Guide for UNIX does not contain detailed information about installing server-based modules on Windows platforms, particularly Siebel Enterprise Server and Siebel Web Server Extension (SWSE).
NOTE: Siebel Management Server is available only on Windows and is documented in both versions of this guide. However, some information relevant to configuring this product is provided only in Siebel Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows.
In this guide, the term Windows refers to all Microsoft Windows operating systems listed as a supported server or client platform (for applicable Siebel product modules) for this release in Siebel System Requirements and Supported Platforms on Oracle Technology Network. Likewise, MS SQL Server refers to the versions of the Microsoft SQL Server database referenced in the same document.
References in this guide (primarily in Siebel Installation Guide for UNIX) to UNIX operating systems are sometimes in placeholder form, such as UNIX_OS. Such references, which are explained in context, may refer to an operating system name (for example, HP-UX) or to a directory or file name element that corresponds to an operating system (for example, HPUX or hp).
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