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Cassandra Installation Guide for Ubuntu and Debian

As a guy that spent years on the Java platform, I usually don’t pay much attention to installation guides (things are completely different about configuration guides) for solutions running on the Java platform. But sometimes I realize that not everyone likes to deal with the classpath hell[1]:

To install Cassandra on Debian or other Debian derivatives like Ubuntu, LinuxMint…, use the following…

Doesn’t sound complex at all!

References

via: http://www.unixmen.com/linux-tutorials/960-install-nosql-cassandra-db-in-ubuntu-via-ppa-repository