Oracle database 18c installation failed

I try to install Oracle database 18c ,in order to install it required preinstall so I’m trying to install preinstall Oracle 18c but it show dependencies failed even I installed required dependencies I attached screenshot pls slove it soon ,I required it know

Hi, it says the package “xorg-x11-utils” is needed for the preinstall.

Did you try to install the needed package?

dnf install xorg-x11-utils

Yes just check above commands I done in that screen shot

Why “–downloadonly”?
The package itself is not listed.
You may search the rpm database:
rpm -qa | grep xorg-x11-utils

In case it is not listed, I would Install it via dnf, like this: dnf install xorg-x11-utils
In case it already it installed, it just does not install anything.

And btw, you can use dnf for installing rpms a s well.
dnf install package-name.rpm

Installing Oracle Database XE Using RPM Packages

I done many things but still it’s not installing I can’t figure it out, many time I updated, removed and reinstall xorg in different methods still it not working if I try to skip broken things ,it just skip the packages with broken dependencies
I can’t install help me​:cry::sob:

I attached the screenshot below !!! It may not be in order!!!

wget ""
sudo wget \
    -O /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle
sudo rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle
sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/oracle.repo << "EOF" > /dev/null
name=Oracle Linux $releasever Latest ($basearch)
sudo dnf --allowerasing install libnsl oracle-database-preinstall-18c \

:cry:any one find what the actual error is???:cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry:

Also “dnf distro-sync” may repair version mismatches.

dnf distro-sync […]
As necessary upgrades, downgrades or keeps selected installed packages to match the latest version available from any enabled repository. If no package is given, all installed packages are considered.

Ok. Looking at the documentation, this requires an older EL Linux (RHEL7, CentOS7, Oracle Enterprise Linux 7) so this requires much older packages than what Fedora offers:

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Then I want to downgrad my system or any other possible way is there
I can’t use vm
I have low end machine

!!!I hate I can’t reply it’s had limits to reply!!!

So according to Fedora Documentation you would need a version from Fedora 19 to 28. The problem with this is they are out of support and no long receive updates.

Weather you building a production environment or just developing I’d recommend using CentOS 7 or 8, or even OEL 7 or 8. If you’re building a production environment you want to make sure your OS is supported with regular updates. If you’re developing an application, you want to make sure it behaves in your production environment the same way it behaved in development. If you’re using an out of support version of Fedora and then move your application to your production environment, there’s a good chance it’s gonna break.