Dunno about 10.1 ... but 10.0 will not install on SuSE/intel without
manually tweaking the install script.

The install breaks almost instantly, and the daemon setup also doesn't
work. That said, those two glitches are pretty easy to get round :-)

Cheers,
Wol 

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Subject: RE: UV 10.1.0 on Linux

David,

We have been running UV9.6 and UV 10.0 for a while on a non-Redhat
distribution of Linux with at hardened kernel and have had no known
problems
;-). But we are in the process of planning for an upgrade to 10.1.0
(although I see 10.1.1 is now out) and I am wondering what we should do.

I doubt UV takes advantage of any Redhat specific features but you never
know.

Cheers,

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Sent: Monday, March 15, 2004 3:50 PM
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Subject: RE: UV 10.1.0 on Linux

Hi Phil,

I am not too sure about the UV certication but for Informix IBM certify
to a certain release of glibc etc. so it doesn't matter which release
you wish to use just make sure your libraries are the correct level.

I would presume UV will be pretty similar, perhaps Leroy or Wally could
shed some light as to what libraries and what release levels it
requires?

Regards

David Logan
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Sent: Monday, 15 March 2004 1:16 PM
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Subject: UV 10.1.0 on Linux


All,

I know this question has been asked before, but is UniVerse supported on
versions of Linux other than Redhat, such as Debian, SUSE etc? I imagine
it
is not hard to get working, but would IBM then regard it as being
certified?

Regards,

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