At 01:08 AM 10/21/98 +0000, Thomas G. Lockhart wrote:
>> I got postODBC under WinNT. Where can I get iODBC? My alternative here
>The psqlODBC driver from www.insightdist.com is the basis for our
>current integration work, but the changes we have made to run under Unix
>have not yet been moved back into the insightdist tree. So, if you are
>on Unix, use our beta or the source tree coming with Postgres-6.4.
>I would think that even if there are a few problems you would do better
>working them out with the psqlODBC driver rather than losing 5 months of
>coding. We're not aware of any specific problems though so you should
>just try it!
My thinking exactly! Messing with this now is cheaper than re-writting
code, if it works.
>> (Using) Caldera Linux with v2.0.35 kernel upgrades (Linux Enterprise
>> Server prototype).
>You should be golden. I'm running RH4.2 with kernel-2.0.30, which is
>very similar to the Caldera distribution I recall.
The Caldera distro was originally based on RedHat and still has a *lot* of
RedHatisms in it. However, RedHat rpms don't quite work on the Caldera
directory structure. MHSC takes Caldera as a base-line and adds in a *ton*
of stuff to build our Linux Enterprise Server (LES). It's kind of like
turning a Lotus into a Peterbuilt , or Cosworth building truck engines <grin>.
>I will post an announcement on the interfaces mailing list, and Cary
>O'Brien will likely do the same on the applix.com mailing list.
I'd appreaciate a file-attached tar.gz lacking that a URL of where to fetch
it from would be greatly appreciated. Where do I send the pizza?
Roeland M.J. Meyer, ISOC (InterNIC RM993)
Internet phone: hawk.mhsc.com
Personal web pages: <http://www.mhsc.com/~rmeyer>www.mhsc.com/~rmeyer
Company web-site: <http://www.mhsc.com/>www.mhsc.com/
I bet the human brain is a kludge.
-- Marvin Minsky
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