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On Tue Oct 21, 2003 at 03:07:00AM SGT, Louis LeBlanc wrote:
> Hey all. I'm sure this has been asked a few times, but I've not found
> the answer to my specific question regarding Oracle on FreeBSD.
> Here goes: I don't need to run the Oracle server on FreeBSD, so I'm
> not above simply copying in the headers and libraries by hand. So the
> installation procedure is NOT necessary. The handbook and FAQ do not
> discuss actually *linking* linux specific libraries.
> Here's the real question: Is anyone out there linking CLIENT
> applications that successfully connect to a separate Oracle server?
> If this can be done easily enough, then I may be porting a very high
> volume network application (500+ HTTP transactions/sec on a base
> Netra running Solaris8) to FreeBSD 5.x. The problem is that I am
> inextricably tied to Oracle.
> If anyone has had any experience in this area, I'd certainly
> appreciate some pointers. I'd also appreciate knowing if anyone has
> actually built an Oracle client on Linux and run it on FreeBSD.
> And no, I don't believe Linux is being considered as an actual runtime
> platform option.
> Louis LeBlanc [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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