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From: Keith Farrar <farrar at parc dot xerox dot com>
Subject: Re: www-sybase access for *BSD machines ?
Date: Jan 5 1996 8:05PM
I'm not a NetBSD guru, so I don't know if this will work, but you
could try running Sybperl 2.0 under the Linux application support
in the most recent NetBSD releases. It might be worth an experiment.
> From trln.lib.unc.edu!owner-sybperl-l Fri Jan 5 11:59:51 1996
> X-ListName: SybPerl Discussion List
> Warnings-To: <>
> Sender: email@example.com
> From: Joao Carlos Mendes Luis
> Reply-To: SYBPERL-L@trln.lib.unc.edu
> Message-ID: <199601051754.PAA04711@gaia.coppe.ufrj.br>
> Subject: www-sybase access for *BSD machines ?
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Fri, 5 Jan 1996 09:54:50 -0800
> 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
> 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 ?
> Joao Carlos Mendes Luis email@example.com
> +55 21 290-4698 ( Job ) firstname.lastname@example.org
> Network Manager UFRJ/COPPE/CISI
> Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
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