And further into the HOW-TO document referred to by Knut you will find
detailed info about getting the GUI tools (Control Center and the like)
up and running.
There are some prereqs (e.g. JRE, which incidentally should be IBM's
rather than Sun's).
> Hi Shalinie,
> Before you install DB2 on a Linux box you have to perform some tasks.
> Follow the link
> Hope this helps
>> > I have installed Linux 7.1 in my PC. I have also installed DB2 for
>> > linux in that system by using db2setup file.I am not in a position to
>> > see any GUI tool of DB2. Can't I see Control Center,Command Center
>> > etc in LInux that I would see in Windows.
>> What did you actually do? Amd what does "not in a position to see any
>> GUI tool" mean?
>> You should make sure that you have the db2 instance profile
>> (sqllib/db2profile) sourced in your login script (~/.bashrc). You
>> shauld also make sure that you have the various db2 executables (like
>> db2cc for the control center or db2 for the command line processor) in
>> your path.
>> Or do you mean that you do not have a menu in your favority window
>> manager? I guess you have to take care of that yourself and create a
>> menu with the respective entries.