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[ale] Sybase and Linux



There is a link at redhat's website. A big icon or something. Now Oracle's
is besides it in the page.
I guess Sybase's website should have it as well.

sybase-ase-11.0.3.3-1 and another RPM

I've set it up in my RedHat 5.0 box at home. And it works after some
tweaking.  The sybinit script, char-based configurator,  is not very
smart, by the way. It even failed to check r/w permission and try to
insert table instead of update table when you modify entries for the
configuration using sybinit.

Hope this helps.

Jerry Yu
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On Thu, 29 Oct 1998, Les Neste wrote:

> Sybase reports that several Linux vendors are now distributing Sybase's
> database product for Linux.  Since I'm running Red Hat, I'd like to snag
> the Red Hat version, but I haven't been able to find it on any of the Red
> Hat ftp sites.  Has anyone found it, and, if so, could you point me to it?
> 
> When I called Red Hat they simply said 'it's on the ftp site, good luck'.
> When I persisted they sent me to presales support, where I left voice mail
> and I haven't heard anything since.  There's a sybase directory on the main
> Red Hat ftp site but there's nothing in it.  Sure would like to see it
> running on my Red Hat system ...
> 
> Any help is appreciated.
> 
> Thanks and regards.
> 
> 
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