PolyBase on Linux

I have a post showing how to set up PolyBase on Linux:

Now that we have SQL Server on Linux installed, we can begin to install PolyBase. There are some instructions here but because we started with the Docker image, we’ll need to do a little bit of prep work. Let’s get our shell on.

First, run docker ps to figure out your container ID. Mine is 818623137e9f. From there, run the following command, replacing the container ID with a reasonable facsimile of yours.

I actually fired up my copy of SimCity 2000 to take a screenshot for this post. The things I do for my audience.

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