I’ve been setting up a simplified lab environment to let my students learn use in class. This added content will show them how to do reverse engineering with MySQL Workbench.
It’s a complete Fedora image with MySQL and Oracle Database 11g for the course. The uncompressed image is 14GB and the compressed image is 5.3GB. I chose Fedora because it’s the smallest open source image that supports both environments, and Fedora is the closest to Red Hat and Oracle Unbreakable Linux. I’m inclined to make the instance available generally but haven’t figured out the best way to do that.
Here are the new instructions I’m adding and if you have any input leave it as a comment.
You connect as the
student user, which puts you in
/home/student directory. Once connected to the
Fedora OS, you open a Terminal session by clicking on
Activities in the upper right hand corner, and then you …