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From: Joao Carlos Mendes Luis <jonny at gaia dot coppe dot ufrj dot br>
Subject: www-sybase access for *BSD machines ?
Date: Jan 5 1996 5:54PM

Hi all,

  We're trying to install some form of WWW-sybase access in our site.
We gave SYBPERL a try, but when talking to SYBASE about open-client
we discovered that there's not a version for NetBSD, FreeBSD or even
BSDI.

  Since our systems run NetBSD (maybe FreeBSD someday), a method which
does not require another machine/OS would be good.  A option would
be to run Solaris/x86, but this is not the preferred one.

  The question: Is there something to make this www-sybase gateway
that does not need open client or run in the *BSD world ?

  Even if we try the Solaris version, does anybody have experiences
with the x86 environment ?

  TIA,

					Jonny

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Joao Carlos Mendes Luis			jonny@coe.ufrj.br
+55 21 290-4698 ( Job )			jonny@cisi.coppe.ufrj.br
Network Manager				UFRJ/COPPE/CISI
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro