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how to install the sql server 2005 in linux


how to install the sql server 2005 in linux

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k.solai 53753
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Hi All,

I want to install the sql sever in linux,

please advice me how to install in linux environment
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http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143506(SQL.90).aspx

Are you refereing to Microsoft SQL Server or MySQL, because the Microsoft product will only run on Windows OS.

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I wish they would let SS run on Linux! SS would take over the planet.
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If it ran on multiple platforms we would loos stability (I think), I'm fine with it being a Microsoft OS only. Alot cheaper than that Oracle program Hehe

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XEN or VMWare will let you run it (Windows + SQL Server) on a Linux host.

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Steve Jones - Editor (4/23/2010)
XEN or VMWare will let you run it (Windows + SQL Server) on a Linux host.

Oh, forgot about that.

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If it ran on multiple platforms we would loos stability (I think), I'm fine with it being a Microsoft OS only. Alot cheaper than that Oracle program Hehe


Remember: This is a religious debate. Some guys just love Linux and they run a lot of shops out there and they'll never administer Windows. I have never understood why MS didn't give 'em what they want and take over the planet as I said.
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