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Questions specific to the CentOS Linux distribution. Use this tag if your question relates to how the CentOS distribution affects your problem; do not use it if you just happen to be using CentOS and your question is about a specific configuration detail or syntax.

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The problem appears to be that the "instant client" package doesn't list the libraries as Provides: at all. This has been depressingly common with proprietary packages but then, to be fair, it's not …
answered Jan 29 '18 by Will Crawford