you probably need to install clntsh, or maybe lclntsh
on debian, apt-cache search lib, apt-get whatever.
after you've installed it, it may just work.
or, you may need to edit /etc/ld.so.conf.
For more on this voodoo, see quick way to add a line to a file, if it's not already present (automating tweaking of /etc/ld.so.conf for installing Image::Magick)
this is about a problem I had with image::Magick, but I had the same kinds of "missing so file" stuff with mysql and oracle. bah.
see especially the "tip" I give at the end of the file, via a shell echo to the user, in case the install file somehow didn't do what it was supposed to.
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