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This image is a CentOS 6.x installation including an Oracle Express 11g instance and all the tested configurations needed for functioning. Oracle does not offer technical support for the use of virtual systems.
It can be accessed through SSH with the "root" username and the relevant password.
With regard to Oracle Express, the web interface is available for management at:
To access the different sections, you will be asked to sign in with the username "system" and the password chosen during setup.
Instead, to access the Workspace for the Application Express development framework, the address is:
For the Administrative part, sign in with the username "admin" and the password chosen during setup.
These web consoles are in addition to classic DB access via SQL*Plus, SQL Developer or any other tool compatible with Oracle databases, in which case sign in with the username "sys" and the password chosen during setup.
The Listener for the Oracle instance is configured to accept connections to TCP port 1521.
The web console Listener is on TCP port 8080.
There are many changes at kernel level (sysctl.conf) that are needed for Oracle Express to work properly.
Installed kernel 2.6.32-358* (improved integration with VMware and Hyper-V).
Disk timeout set to 180 seconds on Hyper-V and Low Cost Hyper-V.