I am installing the 9.5beta of db2 express-c on os/x 10.6.
The installation went without exception. I can start the db2 database manager with the command line interface.
When I execute db2fs, I get the following error messages:
usage: dirname path
./db2fs: line 140: [: =: unary operator expected
usage: dirname path
./db2fs: line 196: db2javit: command not found
I am stuck at the moment. Please assist.
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Updated on 2009-09-17T15:41:39Z at 2009-09-17T15:41:39Z by reblu
ianbjor 0100003QN975 Posts
Re: Db2 express-c beta on mac - db2fs won't work2009-09-17T15:28:45ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Have you set your environment properly (by adding a line to source db2profile to your .bash_profile) ?
If you type the command: which db2fs you should get something similar to this:
kestrel:~ db2inst1$ which db2fs
If you don't, then try sourcing the db2profile (in .../sqllib/db2profile) and retrying.
reblu 0600008XAA19 Posts
Re: Db2 express-c beta on mac - db2fs won't work2009-09-17T15:41:39ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.My initial problem was my path statement was incorrect. When I corrected that problem, First Steps launched correctly. Now I am getting the message dbi1435e, can not find supported browser. I have Firefox v3.5.3 installed and I put the correct path to it.
Anyone else seen this problem. With os/x 10.6.1. my only supported browser choices are firefox and safari. Does firefox 3.5.3 work with First Steps?
Thanks for all your help.
naren21n05 270006XFDP1 Post
Re: Db2 express-c beta on mac - db2fs won't work2014-07-29T11:36:38ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- reblu 0600008XAA
yes it does......simply type the path you seen at concole of first step
it aviod all links and pick up the browser, i faced similar problem but then i put given path and firefox opend with all instace creation link.