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DB2 Config Assistant on Linux (WITH LINUX CONSOLE (GNOME))

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Last Modified: 2013-11-19
I tool kdo's advice and am now using the Desktop environment (Gnome) with Linux

(Actually it was there all the time, so I should have installed DB2 right on top of it).

I apologize for my apparent stubbornness)

Now that I have a Linux server console, I still do not understand how to invoke the Configuration assistant on Linux

Its easy on Windows, but I do not see a path to it on the Desktop

Does anyone know how to invoke the configuration assistant

(I am trying to connect WMB to DB2, and to do that I need to register a DB2 data source)
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