Posted by marinasum
on February 9, 2009 at 7:21 AM PST
A few simple command lines and you're done.
Sun-sponsored, open-source Project Drizzle , which originated from MySQL code, aims at developing a lightweight SQL database for cloud and Web applications. Trond Norbye's recent posting tells you how to compile Drizzle on the OpenSolaris OS . You link to the proper header file, install the packages, the readline library, and the Google Protocol buffers; download and compile Bazaar ; and, finally, check out and compile the source code.
Altogether, about 20 or so command lines and you're all set. As Trond points out, with Sun's VirtualBox , the process is even more of a cakewalk.