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nmkiran 1 post Joined 07/11
26 Aug 2011
How to install Teradata on UBUNTU

Hello everybody,

Nice to see many solutions with different options. I have teradata recently on windows, I like to install and do practice on linux too. Kindly help how to do. Thanks for understanding.

 

Madhukiran Nimishakavi

dnoeth 4628 posts Joined 11/04
26 Aug 2011

#1: Install VMWare Player on Ubuntu
#2: download TDExpress VMWare image

Dieter

Dieter

raniendusingh 2 posts Joined 06/11
30 Nov 2011

If you have a 64-Bit system then same as above.

However, if you have a 32-Bit system then :

1. Download VirtualBox from Oracle

2. Install Windows XP on VirtualBox

3. Install Teradata Express on Windows XP in Virtual Box.

 

Hope this helps

flrizzato 2 posts Joined 02/14
08 Feb 2016

Ok but I'd like to install in a existing Linux VM (Ubutu 15). Where to find a good tutorial?

dnoeth 4628 posts Joined 11/04
09 Feb 2016

There's only a pre-installed VM running Teradata on Suse SLES 10/11.

Dieter

flrizzato 2 posts Joined 02/14
09 Feb 2016

Really weird... I already have a VM with other goods... used to demo our products... and I'll need to boot a whole new VM only for Teradata? Plus... other things doesn't work well on Suse... so trying to install other servers on your VM is a nightmare. Hope Teradata change this direction soon... just providing an express edition for technology validation as any other software producer.

dnoeth 4628 posts Joined 11/04
09 Feb 2016

Teradata runs on SLES only, no other Linux distro is officially supported. It's just starting another VM, what's so hard about it? 
On a real Teradata you're not going to install "other servers", it's a dedicated database system and you're probably accessing it from another server anyway.
 

Dieter

haridwar 1 post Joined 07/16
11 Aug 2016

sudo ./studioinstall TeradataStudio-15.11.00.00-1.i86.rpm
This comand is not working in ubuntu-14.04
error - sudo: ./studioinstall: command not found

Haridwar Jha

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