Installing SQLCMD On Linux

Kevin Feasel

2019-02-12

Linux

James Livingston shows us how to install SQLCMD on Red Hat Enterprise Linux:

Microsoft has decent instructions on installing SQLCMD on linux. My current company blocks access to external yum repositories, so I followed the “Offline” installation. There’s two packages to install:
1) msodbcsql – aka Microsoft’s ODBC driver for SQL Server
2) mssql-tools – SQLCMD

Read on for the step-by-step instructions.

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