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Default Client - Server installation

I have a machine that has win2000 as operating. I have installed Oracle 8i and Developer 2000. I have developed an application using both. Recently I got another machine. Now I would like to install win98 on this and this machine get connected with the first machine having win2000. After this I would like to install Oracle and Developer 2000 as client on this machine having win98 and run my application from this machine as client.

Can somebody can help me how to connect win98 machine to win2000machine. After this how to install oracle and developer on this as client and that gets connected to server i.e win2000having the server oracle.

I have never done this earlier, so please help me.

thanks in advance


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