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Oracle SQL 11g or any alternatives?

Discussion in 'Database' started by Shritam Bhowmick, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. Tired with ORACLE SQL 11G, I want to move out of that crap .rpm file, which supports x64 bit based system and what I got is a 32 bit box, so I am asking anyone if you have any idea about any alternative so that i can practice my SQL kungfu in some otherv way? and don't tell me go for mysql>, I just want to neglect mysql for the time, and go for ORACLE (both of them have some differences on scalability, etc) so, anyne has any idea regarding this? or I a the only one finding this issue a weired one?



    Btw, I run

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    Linux bt 3.2.6 #1 SMP Fri Feb 17 10:40:05 EST 2012 i686 GNU/Linux
    
    if you wonder why !?
     
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  3. back|track is just a linux distro, it is going to be "debian" compliant soon tho, dubbed "kali", for now it's debian and ubuntu based.
     

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