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What major databases are supported on Linux?

Jul 4th, 2008 01:56
Taksh Verdhan, dman, Geir Pedersen, Rachit Bagda, Jason Ross, Bruce Christensen, Matt Gregory, http://sturly.com


Several commercial and freely available Relational Database Management 
Systems (RDBMS) are available under Linux. 
Freely available database systems include:
- PostgreSQL http://www.postgresql.org/
- MySQL http://www.mysql.com/
- Firebird http://firebird.sourceforge.net/
The above database systems are distributed under varying licenses but 
are all freely available for use. 
Commercial database systems available for Linux include:
- Oracle http://www.oracle.com/linux/
- IBM DB2 http://www.ibm.com/db2/
- Ingres http://www.ca.com/ingres/ (An old version of Ingres is 
available as open source)
- Sybase http://www.sybase.com/linux/
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