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Hello everybody,

merry Christmas!

I would like to use the holidays to play around with my new toy, a Raspberry PI. On that little piece of hardware I would like to install the SQL Anywhere ARM build, but I am not able to find it on Github anymore. The links in the SCN post also does not work anymore. Is there anybody who can point me in the right direction?

Happy holidays and all the best for 2015! Alex

asked 27 Dec '14, 05:47

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Alexander Ilg
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You can get access to a Developer's Edition download by registering at this link.

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answered 27 Dec '14, 22:26

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Thank you Mark,

I found it! It is just a little bit frustrating that we have to register for the trial multiple times. I did this when I needed the windows install, a second time for the Mac version and now again for the ARM one. Not ideal ;-)

Best regards, alex

(28 Dec '14, 07:40) Alexander Ilg
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Once you have the link to the downloads page you can return directly to that page to download multiple dev. editions without having to re-register.
The same key you get from your first registration will work for all of them.

(30 Dec '14, 10:23) Jason Hinspe...
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