Ahh, I should have been clearer. I'm specifically looking for the best
combination running on NT (Win32). However, my server at home dual-boots
into RH6.1, so I may give you RPMs a try! Thanks for the info :)
BTW: Are you going to be posting a new link when the you have moved on to
your new server?
At 01:22 AM 1/20/00 +0000, Murray Todd Williams wrote:
>I've built some RPM packages that work with the MySQL-3.23.8 RPMs. If you
>the MySQL RPMs first, you can then install unixODBC, MyODBC-2.50.28 (with a
>fix-patch) and optionally libodbc++. I went through the effort of putting
>together these RPMs because I was flailing around with all the different
>of MySQL, MyODBC plus combinations of either unixODBC or iODBC and needed
>stability. I have been able to get things working smoothly now.
>The following link is temporary, so don't link any web pages to it. In a
>weeks I'll have my own server and then I'll post material with inpunity.
>I'd appreciate any feedback if things don't work. I built this on a
>system, and I don't know what the backward compatibity is. Of course, you
>be able to build things from the source-RPMs if you have troubles.
>are the first RPM packages I've ever built and I'd like to polish them.
>Also, I don't know who the maintainer(s) are for MyODBC but I hope they
>offense at my taking the liberty of packaging their work and reposting it.
>know if there's a problem.
>Murray Todd Williams
>> Yes, this would ease some of the confusion. The web site really doesn't
>> or have a link to a MyODBC realease that's available for MySQL-stable. I'd
>> to run the stable release anyway for safety.
>> Hood Gardner wrote:
>> > I have seen several messages over the last couple of weeks indicating
>> > is a problem with either a particular version of myODBC or myODBC/mySQL
>> > combination. Could someone (Monty? Sinisa?) please comment as too which
>> > versions of myODBC and mySQL operate best together and are the most
>> > TIA.
Hood Gardner - Webmaster/Network Admin for Osment Models, Inc.