[unixODBC-support] configuring to use alternate unixODBC driver

Mike mjbarsalou at gci.net
Fri Jan 23 00:58:19 GMT 2015


Any chance that your HOME or OBDCSYSINI paths are really long?

It seems you compiled this yourself.

If you just used the default 'make install' without any parameters,  
normally it would go to /usr/local.

If you didn't compile this yourself, use your package manager to tell  
you where the files will end up.

Look here for a suggestion:  

I might be missing something though, so any more info you have that  
you think could help would be great.

Mike B.

Quoting Harold Pritchett <harold at uga.edu>:

> I am working on troubleshooting a problem with a php program  
> accessing a db2 database under CENTOS 6.
> I am using the default versions of everything, at the current level.  
>  A program which I know works on a system with much down level  
> versions of almost everything instead is failing with a segmentation  
> fault.  The purpose of this project is to get the production system  
> to current software levels.
> As a first step, I downloaded the current version  (unixODBC-2.3.2)  
> of the unixODBC driver and built it.
> Now, I can't find where to tell my system to load this driver  
> instead of the default one from /usr/lib or /usr/lib64
> my drivers are here:
> # find / -name libodbc.so -print
> /home/harold/unixODBC-2.3.2/DriverManager/.libs/libodbc.so
> /usr/local/unixODBC64/lib/libodbc.so
> /usr/lib/libodbc.so
> /usr/lib64/libodbc.so
> Thanks for any assistance.
> Harold
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