If you installed DB2 Express-C 9.5 on Ubuntu and can’t create any databases because of the following error:
SQL1034C The database is damaged. All applications processing the database
have been stopped. SQLSTATE=58031
Try adding the following to the /home/db2inst1/.bashrc file:
This happened to me running Ubuntu in Spanish and the above environment variable fixed the problem. I can now create and use databases.
By the way, I found this solution here.
Just a quick tip. I’ve always complained that Windows doesn’t have the grep command but you can use the Windows find command the same way.
For example, in Linux you can do:
$ cat /etc/services | grep “http”
The equivalent in Windows would be:
c:\> type \Windows\system32\drivers\etc\services | find “http”
A friend of mine sent me a link to a very interesting video clip on consumerism. The clip is only about 20 minutes long and I highly recommend it.
Here’s a teaser:
You can view the entire video online at The Story of Stuff website.
You can also download it here or order a DVD.
And if you want to know more about the topics discussed or want to learn about things you can do to contribute they have a resources page that can help you learn more.
Man, this video clip is just hilarious. They hit the bullseye. Enjoy.
A video by Devshop.