Dubuntu Server Appliance V4 – DB2 on Ubuntu = Apache + DB2 Express-C 9.7.2 + PHP + Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
An All-In-One Ready to use DB2 Express-C Web Development Appliance
Features & Benefits
No Need to Configure anything, Just login and start using the appliance. It comes with pre-installed and configured DB2 Express-C, a Free Database Solution from IBM. Apache 2 + PHP + PHP support for DB2 Web Development.
Also users can also monitor their appliance using the Technology Explorer for DB2, an open source Web console system, that monitors your DB2 instance.
Save Time and Start Developing on the DB2 Platform for your next Web Project.
It also comes with Free Documentation, to help you get started right away.
Change Log V4
– In version v4, we have added The Technology Explorer for DB2, a performance monitoring tool that can be accessed via any web browser
Note: The Technology Explorer works fine with only Chrome, Firefox browsers other than IE
– We have installed Webmin – An intuitive Linux Web based Console, that can be used to manage and administer your Dubuntu Server appliance with ease
– We have installed Dynamic DNS – DynDNS, so that you may wish to login to this appliance no matter where you are located around the world. You would just need to port forward your Dubuntu’s Server internal IP in your list of Virtual hosts, of your router
Note: For dynamic DNS setup, you will need to have a DynDNS account in order to use it.
You will then have to configure your login name and password located in /etc/ddclient.conf file
– Finally, a robust and optimized VM with all the binaries and downloaded files being deleted to ensure that the appliance is slim and can be deployed anywhere across the Enterprise + An easy to navigate Web Based Interface
After 3 Recycles – Dubuntu is now in Version 4. I am very happy to be sharing it with you all.
Download it @ Here
Username: dubuntu and Password: db2rocks
Please download the documentation below
Note: Please download the following OVF, VMX and supporting VM files to ensure smooth deployment to an ESXi Server (VSphere 4.1)