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shineshvv 6 posts Joined 07/09
17 Aug 2009
Teradata on Linux

Hi,I would like to know whether is there any Teradata evaluation/free version available for Linux platforms..?if so please provide me the download link.ThanksShinesh

unimatrix 1 post Joined 09/09
03 Sep 2009

As far as I know, the developers edition is available only for Windows. We've had to keep an XP box around for development and testing purposes.

samp6050 19 posts Joined 06/08
01 Oct 2009

teradata can run under networking os ( xp) and unix- mp ras


NetFx 346 posts Joined 09/06
21 Oct 2009

Yes; see

pabbaskhan 9 posts Joined 02/11
02 Oct 2011


                                          TERADATA ON WINDOWS -XP

First  Bynet will be installed after that utilities will installed 


I knw how to configure in windows-xp in control panel --> Adminstrative Tools -->Data sources -->Click on SystemDSN---> Click ADD ---Select TERADATA---> click on FINISH. After this give ODBC name ABCODBC and IP Address will be and userid,pwd are DBC,DBC or TDUSER,TDUSER. finally click on OK,


Then OUR ODBC connection for Windows will be configured.



pabbaskhan 9 posts Joined 02/11
02 Oct 2011

How to Install TERADATA on LINUX,and please tell me how to configure step by step.


iam using RED HAT LINUX .Please tell me step by step.

Jim Chapman 449 posts Joined 09/04
04 Oct 2011

First, download and install VMWare player.  Then download Teradata Express Edition for VMWare Player.  Just unzip the files to a disk with sufficient free space.  Then run the Teradata VM by opening the provided *.vmx file using VMWare Player.


fhdaniels 2 posts Joined 05/09
21 Oct 2011

We have TD express for VMware installed on a Red Hat server.  The database is running and we can login to it using BTEQ in Linux.  We located the IP address of the database using ifconfig, but we can not connect to it or ping it from an external PC client.

elvicio 12 posts Joined 06/13
08 Oct 2013

Why do we need to install VMWare ?
I installed on my linux but can't seems to find the database.

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