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.
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
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.
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.
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