DB2 database community site?

Hi, Please suggest good DB2 database community site like sqlservercentral for SQL Database. I am really impressed from sqlservercentral community site but I also want to join any good DB2 database community site.
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asked Jul 01 '11 at 04:02 AM in Default

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The first thing that looks at all community based on my search engine is http://planetdb2.com/ , may be you can contact some of the people involved there?

There is also the IBM page that might lead to some community sources http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/db2/
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answered Jul 01 '11 at 04:29 AM

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answered Jul 01 '11 at 05:25 AM

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Jul 01 '11 at 07:21 AM KenJ
Could you also please suggest some good DB2 database access tools for Windows XP. OS- Unix Database- DB2 Client- Windows XP
Jul 04 '11 at 02:40 AM Amardeep
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guys help... this is the error while installing db2 10.1 in linux 5.5 rhel Requirement not matched for DB2 database server . Version: "". Summary of prerequisites that are not met on the current system: Required minimum operating system distribution: "RHEL"; Version: "5"; Service pack: "6". Actual operating system distribution Version: "5"; Service pack: "5".

Aborting the current installation ... Run installation with the option "-f sysreq" parameter to force the installation.
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