first of all, I think you are doing a great job!
it could be possible to find oracle (9i) provider plugin for the version
shipped in redhat 9.0 ISO=B4s (1.3.9)
or source code to compile them?
if is not possible..
I would like to know the reason (maybe a licensing reason?)
thanks a lot!
From: Henrik (Mauritz) Johnson <hpj@gl...> - 2003-05-11 13:35:30
I think the reason RedHat isn't distributing them is becuase you will=20
also need an Oracle client installation which are only available from=20
Oracle technet and not freeware. I don't distribute the extra plugins=20
needed simply becuase I don't use RedHat. There shouldn't be any probly=20
distributing the extra plugins, but I won't do it (I have a little=20
grievence about how RedHat treats the KDE development community which=20
doesn't give me much reason to try it, plus off course I'm very happy=20
with my current Mandrake installation).
Nacho Garcia wrote:
>first of all, I think you are doing a great job!
>it could be possible to find oracle (9i) provider plugin for the version
>shipped in redhat 9.0 ISO=B4s (1.3.9)
>or source code to compile them?
>if is not possible..
> I would like to know the reason (maybe a licensing reason?)
>thanks a lot!
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