The first lecture is on Tuesday January 31st at 9 AM.
If you show up at 8 AM, you’ll have to wait for about an hour.
People who have just taken the SDBS class will recognize the DB101 slides. It is on purpose.
Hi , Philippe I have a question . I started already with exercise 1 but I am confused . I did install DB2 9.7 on a VM with Ubuntu 10.04 but have no idea how to access the VM that you created . I took a look at the previous course page and it’s suppose to be like there ? we need to log in on ftp and download a zip file in order to have access to the VM created …if it’s like this what’s happening with my installation ? I have used some hours to figure out how to install ( I am windows user not linux ) can I still use it ??? it’s working fine .
I tried to access the dbinst1/ tuning1 is asking me for a password and from there it’s not working anymore I typed tuning1 but it’s displaying wrong password …
Philippe will send a link to Virtualbox VM with Linux & db2 9.7 pre-installed
I installed db2…. but I cannot start it. When I type db2start I get: “No command ‘db2′ found, did you mean: (…)”
ok… sorry I found it.
where can I find those .sql files which are mentioned in exercises? I went to the side from the beginning of document… and my search abilities failed. I’m sorry but this is very unclear.
For those who have problems with installing DB2 on VM with UBUNTU 10.04 here is a link which explains step by step .
small mistake : when you install the pre requisite packages on the line
sudo apt-get install libaio1 ksh libstdcc++6-4.4 it should be libstdc++ ; it’s only one c not two c .
@iori: keep up the good work! You spent time installing DB2. Keep on using your install.
@apbe: the sql files missing problem should be fixed now - see exercise 1 post. Sorry for the delay. This week has been crazy.
@apbe: When you run db2 and nothing happens it it usually because you have installed a client and not a server.
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