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Linux.com: SysAdmin to SysAdmin: Getting Started with Sybase Express

Sep 23, 2004, 08:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Brian Jones)

"Maybe I'm a complete loner here, but I was tickled pink to learn that Sybase, my former employer, had released a free version of their flagship product, Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE), for Linux. The free version is called ASE Express.

"After I downloaded it to test it out, I realized that many people who use PostgreSQL or MySQL probably don't think about database software with the mindset that ASE was created in. It's also glaringly obvious to anyone who has given ASE Express a shot that the Quickstart documentation falls far short of what users need to do anything productive with it (and links to the other docs are broken at time of writing). So let's go over some of the finer points that will get you to the point where there is useful documentation available to take you the rest of the way..."

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