Error: Cannot connect to the SQL Server on Ubuntu from SSMS - installing mssql on linux

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Itried installing MSSQL Server on Linux but I got the following error:

Cannot connect to the SQL Server on Ubuntu from SSMS


Mar 17 in Database by Rajni
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Hey @Rajni,

Verify if the server is running on the Ubuntu machine by running the command:

sudo systemctl status mssql-server
answered Mar 17 by Anvit
It's not running

Start the service using the following command:

sudo systemctl start mssql-server
Thanks, It seems to be working fine now. Will let you know if face other issues.

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