nick.gorham at easysoft.com
Fri Jul 13 15:00:44 BST 2007
>If you have an ODBC driver that is partialy working, e.g. you can connect
>through isql or iusql and do some limited things like select count(*) from
>table, and then get an updated version of the driver which gets the below
>error, is that an indication that the updated version of the driver didn't
>include the libodbcinst.so when it was rebuilt or are their other possible
>causes of this type of error message?
>bash-3.00$ isql -v ieqq2 uid pwd
>ld.so.1: isql: fatal: relocation error: file
>symbol SQLGetPrivateProfileString: referenced symbol not found
Yes, that makes sense. It may also have been built a driver manager that
A ldd on the driver lib should show what its linked with. Maybe
LD_PRELOAD will allow you to get past this.
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