there should be no reason for this trouble with Suse V8.1 at all. In our
validation runs we never have seen this so I would like to second Darin here
about the paths variables.
1.) Did you try to install as user root ?
2.) Where was the media residing (cdrom or untarred file) ?
3.) make sure all the pathes get resolved...
4.) re-install the JDK from the DB2 kit OVER the one you may had per default
with Suse - both are 1.3.x but the DB2 one is newer...
> Are there any LINUX versions (such as Red Hat) that don't have the problem
> I'm having with Suse V8.1?
> > >> I am trying to install DB2 Version 8.1 in Suse Linux 8.1.
> > >> When I enter ./db2setup I get
> > >> :bad interpreter: no such file or directory
> > >> When I enter db2setup I get
> > >> -bash: db2setup: command not found
> > >> The CD is mounted and I am on the correct directory since I can see
> > >> db2setup when I enter ls -alp
> > >> Thanks
> > > You need the pdksh package installed.
> > No - you don't need the pdksh package installed as of DB2 v7.2 for
> > installation purposes. To actually use DB2, you may (multipartition or
> > high-availability only, I believe).
> > I would wonder what the OP's /bin/sh points to...