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Category Archives: linux
Ubuntu has released yet another version. For all those Windows users who like to try out linux, Ubuntu now have a windows installer option that lets you run Ubuntu linux and your crappy windows side by side. The windows installer … Continue reading
Last year, I wrote an article on how to install DB2 on Ubuntu Linux. Well, today I am attempting to install DB2 on Suse Linux. First you need to download openSuse . I downloaded the 32 bit, since my … Continue reading
Oracle is now promoting their new database on steroids solution. Its called Exadata database machines. Its a complete system by itself. Exadata machine a.k.a Oracle Database Machine includes Oracle Enterprise RAC servers, Exadata storage server and SAN storage, all of … Continue reading