Use Teradata Studio/Express on Apple Mac M1/M2
Author: Satish Chinthanippu
Last updated: August 14th, 2023
This how-to goes through the installation of Teradata Studio and Teradata Studio Express on Apple Mac M1/M2 machines.
Install and enable Rosetta binary translator. Follow the Apple Mac Rosetta Installation Guide.
Download and Install a x86 64-bit based JDK 11 from your preferred vendor. For example, you can download x86 64-bit JDK 11 from Azul
Download the latest Teradata Studio or Teradata Studio Express release from the Teradata Downloads page:
Install the Teradata Studio/Teradata Studio Express. Refer to Teradata Studio and Teradata Studio Express Installation Guide for details.
Apple has introduced ARM-based processors in Apple MAC M1/M2 machines. Intel x64-based applications won’t work by default on ARM-based processors. Teradata Studio or Teradata Studio Express also doesn’t work by default as the current Studio macOS build is an intel x64-based application. This how-to demonstrates how to install Intel x64-based JDK and Teradata Studio or Teradata Studio Express on Apple Mac M1/M2.
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