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Message Posted: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 @ 14:43:03 GMT
Please find the steps below. Hope that helps.
o Enable virtualization for CPU to run Teradata 64 bit Host OS.
o Download "VMWare-player-4.0.4-744019.exe" from the link
o Install the downloaded VMware Player in the individual machines.
o Now after successful installation of VMWare Player choose "OPEN Virtual Machine option" and browse the ".vmx" file where Teradata VMWare product is been extracted (after download, you should extract the zip file in any of the available local directory).
o Please edit the virtual machine setting and choose
- SUSE Linux 10 as guest operating system.
- Choose RAM is 1 GB or More
- In the network option change NIC to BRIDGE and also select the check box after BRIDGE option.
o In the last step play the virtual machine and follow the instruction from the URL to test Teradata is UP and running or not.
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