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Are there any freeware user interface tools for DB2 to be used in Linux (Ubuntu 11.04)? RazorSQL is pretty good, but it's not freeware.


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As an FYI, IBM provides Data Studio free of charge, but it is only supported on Red Hat and SUSE Linux. – Chris Aldrich Dec 28 '12 at 14:09
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I use and love Dbeaver for db2 databases on both Linux and Windows.


Our organization uses DbVisualizer. It has downloads for Linux, although we've just used the Windows version.

DbVisualizer is not free... – Srivathsa Dec 29 '12 at 13:34

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