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Re: odbc_fdw

From: Florian Schwendener <fschwend(at)hsr(dot)ch>
To: Albe Laurenz <laurenz(dot)albe(at)wien(dot)gv(dot)at>, "pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org" <pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: odbc_fdw
Date: 2011-11-30 08:09:59
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Hi Laurenz

Thank you for your help. As I know little about Linux and only a bit 
about make files, I really don't know if
I'm doing the right thing. I've typed this:

PATH=/usr/local/pgsql/bin/:$PATH make USE_PGXS=1 make
make: *** No rule to make target `make'.  Stop.

You see, I haven't come far... Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks again!

Am 29.11.2011 10:34, schrieb Albe Laurenz:
> fschwend at wrote:
>> I built the current PostgreSQL 9.1.1 sources under Ubuntu 11.04 (in a
> VMware under Win7).
>> I followed the steps in this guide:
> -source
>> It seems to work (I can run the server and connect to it with
> PgAdmin).
>> Now I'd like to integrate the ODBC_FDW extension in my installation.
> However, I don't really
>> understand the steps described on the download page:
>> Can anybody tell me how to build it? I'm a software developer myself
> but a Linux newbie...
> I haven't tried it, but looking at the instructions I would say:
> 1) Install UnixODBC. If you use Packages, make sure you install the
> headers too
>     (on my RHEL system, the packages are called unixODBC and
> unixODBC-devel).
> 2) Get odbc_fdw and unzip the source.
> 3) Change into the source directory.
> 4) Run "make" and "make install" as the web page describes it
> (substituting
>     the path to your configured PostgreSQL source tree).
> If there still is something unclear, ask for details.
> Yours,
> Laurenz Albe

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