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Old 06-05-2007
Missing Package

Hi All,

I have a server running SunOS 5.9, on this I need to install Oracle 10g; however the installer returns

ERROR: Unable to convert from "UTF-8" to "646" for NLS!

Did some digging around and found that I need the SUNWuiu8 package.

However I'm not sure where I can download the package. Can anyone please advise.

Thanking you all inadvance...
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Old 06-05-2007
It could possibly be located on one of your install disks.
 

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