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Old 4th December 2004, 05:42 AM
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Question DBMS Available in Fedora Linux

I am a newbie and using Linux Fedora Core 1. Although there is much discussion about the mutimedia and networking capabilities of Fedora Linux, I don't find any related to Databases in Fedora. I want to know about all the databases (DBMS) available by dafault installation to Fedora Core 1.
1. Where could I find the information about data bases in Fedora?
2. I particularly interested in Oracle and is there any version available for Fedora Linux or whether there exist any DBMS in Fedora that challenge Oracle
3. Why are the Fedora People not much interested in DBMSs (according to myself)

Please comment on this matter

Old 4th December 2004, 06:26 PM
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