Phillip Gawlowski wrote:

> Postgres, Oracle, DB2, MySQL, Informix, SAP ERP.

There's no need to be a smart ass, you knew exactly what I was talking 
about.

From their own websites...

Postgres
"Binary packages
Pre-built binary packages are available for a number of different 
operating systems: FreeBSD · Linux · Mac OS X · Solaris · Windows"

Oracle
"(11.2.0.1.0)
Download Microsoft Windows (32-bit)   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All
Download Microsoft Windows (x64)   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All
Download Linux x86   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All
Download Linux x86-64   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All
Download Solaris (SPARC) (64-bit)   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All
Download Solaris (x86-64)   File 1, File 2  (2GB)   See All
Download HP-UX Itanium   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All
Download HP-UX PA-RISC (64-bit)   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All
Download AIX (PPC64)   File 1, File 2  (2GB)  See All"

DB2
"Software DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows"

MySQL
"MySQL Community Server 5.1.51
Select Platform:

Windows (x86, 32-bit), MSI Installer     5.1.51   105.9M
Download
(mysql-5.1.51-win32.msi)   MD5: 1eccd54da2caa09dbf4d65e3012c23df
Windows (x86, 32-bit), MSI Installer
Essentials - Recommended"

Informix
"Operating systems supported: AIX, HP Unix, Linux, Macintosh, Sun 
Solaris, Windows"
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