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Setting Environment Variables

DSN and odbc.ini

config3kodbc

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ODBC for Unix Installation Instructions

Driver Installation on Linux

Prerequisites

You will need:

  1. unixODBC 2.2.3 or later
    < http://www.unixodbc.org>

Driver

  1. Place all files and links in the /opt/minisoft directory. (the libraries should be 755)
     
  2. Append the lines from "drvinst.ini" into the odbcinst.ini file for your system.
     
  3. Use "config3kodbc.exe" to set the information from mscard.ini into you odbc.ini file. The database and password information for your HP3000 are encoded into the odbc.ini file and cannot be (easily) added with a text editor. This application (config3kodbc.exe) reads a ini file and encodes the information into the odbc.ini file.
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    config3kodbc.exe -i -u -f mscard.ini

    Installs mscard as a User DSN

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    config3kodbc.exe -i -s -f mscard.ini

    Installs mscard as a System DSN

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license.exe

Please report the value from this utility so that a License Number can be generated for your system.

This is a Linux executable.  Place it in the directory "/opt/minisoft". When run, it should display the System ID and System Name:

   # /opt/minisoft/license.exe
   System ID = [3046425382]
   System Name = [Linux 2.4.18-17.8.0 i686]
   Use one of the following parameters:
   1 - View license information
   2 - License a product
   5 - Create license file
   6 - View license for a product
   #