On Friday 22 October 2010, Caillet Cedric wrote:
> I would like to communicate with ODBC Drier between a RedHat Linux
> 5.4 x86_64 server and a W2K3 server on which I have installed an
> InterBase 6.
> My W2K3 platform work perfectly, but I can't intall succesfully the
> Firebird ODBC Driver on the RedHat server.
> I'm forced to use an 32 bit version of my driver.
Have you got the correct client library installed on the RedHat box?
The driver will have been built against firebird and you'll probably
have to install Firebird do get the client library. Whether it will
work with a remote interbase server is unknown, at least to me. And
likewise, I don't know whether it will work if it tries to load an
InterBase version of gds32.
Failing that, the latest code base for v2 of the driver has better
compilation support for InterBase. You may be able to get better
results by installing a Linux version of IB6 and then building the
driver against that. (Or even build Fb 1.0 - that is more or less 100%
compatible with IB6).
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