Oracle 9i R2 Installation on RH Linux 7.3 -- Have a few questions.

Hello,
I am at the end of the Oracle 9i R2 installation and have a few questions.
1) The "Agent Configuration Assistant" keeps failing. I get the following message.
Parameters "orahome" = /opt/oracle/product/9.2.0
Parameters "nodeinfo" = NODE_VALUE
Agent Service Failed
What does this mean and how can I complete Agent Configuration Assistant install?
2) I completed the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant successfully and created passwords for sys and sysoper (not sure if these were the exact users). Note I did not modify any other users or unlock them.
How do I log into the sqlplus prompt, what users should I use and how can I create new users and databases?
Thanks for your help in advance.
Regards,
Chris Barone
[email protected]

(1) You can probably just ignore the Agent Configuration (are you using the Agent to collect data?)
(2) sqlplus '/ as sysdba' will log you into the SQL*Plus prompt.
Rob

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