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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

problem with start hadooping in HDP

  • #56855
    Sahar Smz

    hi everyone

    I already install hdp and everything is Ok with that but I don’t know what’s next !! all tutorials here use sandbox and i don’t wanna use that !
    I wanna load a txt type file on hdfs and analyze it but I can’t do anything I’m not familier with this and don’t know which commands should use…
    when I search there are lots of tutorials but all of them use terminal and linux based command… I’m using hdp on windows 7.

    I really need help cause I’m stuck in this and can’t do any thing… :(
    if anybody can help me to skip this step and start hadooping with hdp i really appreciate!

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