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Message Posted: Fri, 04 May 2012 @ 16:00:12 GMT
Remember that this "is just Teradata", nothing more nothing less. So for the dbms just use the standard manuals available on the Teradata website.
The fact that it runs on Linux is irrelevant from the client program perspective. The VM should be setup so that when you start the VM the dbms starts automatically.
Yes Linux is different from windows, there are a number of "getting started with linux" books around, check on Amazon etc. I use the "suse linux 10 bible" which gave me info to get started hunting through the system. Also, the VM is installed with a gui interface (I think Gnome) which makes a lot of your interaction with Linux much like windows.
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