Downloading Oracle Linux

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Oracle Linux can be freely downloaded and distributed. Oracle provides both ISO images of the installation media as well as individual RPM packages (incl. errata and updates) via the Oracle Public Yum repository.

The primary and official resource for getting Oracle Linux (and Oracle VM Server) ISO images is the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud (formerly known as E-Delivery).

Oracle Linux is also listed on DistroWatch and LQ ISO.

Additionally, the ISO images are available for direct download from the following mirror sites:

(Note that these mirrors are not run or managed by Oracle and this list is provided as a convenience only).

Oracle Linux Virtual Machine Images

In addition to these installation media, Oracle Linux is also available as pre-installed virtual machine images (VMs) for various virtualization technologies:

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  1. Jan 24, 2013

    Looks like the Amazon Machine Images link is Broken. 

    1. Jan 25, 2013

      Thanks, I updated the URL accordingly.

  2. Jul 14, 2013

    Hi Lenz, where are the Oracle Linux AMIs on Amazon, they all seem to have been withdrawn ?     thanks

  3. Dec 31, 2013

    No version 5.10 yet which Centos and Scientific Linux offer.

    Oracle is slipping.

    1. Jan 01, 2014

      Actually, Oracle Linux was released months ago. On October 8, 2013 in fact:

      Oracle doesn't control these mirrors, they're run by 3rd-parties or interested users. We just provide the list as a convenience. The official download location for Oracle Linux remains from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud at

      Though, I'll prod the maintainer of the primary mirror so that OL5U10 goes online for the rest.

  4. Jan 03, 2014

    Thank you for getting R5U10 on some mirrors. Oracle's delivery cloud seem to be overloaded.

    When I tried to download from there, got about 3 GB then connection died after 8 hours. Only takes an hour from nearest mirror.

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