On Jun 22, 4:02pm, Mike Biondi wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) ODBC drivers for Linux
> Hi All,
> I have a copy of Radius Radiator running on Linux Redhat 6.0, which I would
> like to have authenticate against a Platypus server running on top of
> Windows NT and Microsoft SQL server. I understand in order to do this I
> need the Perl 5.004 DBD:ODBC and related drivers. I got the DBD:ODBC
> modules from CPAN, but haven't found a decent driver. Can anyone recommend
In fact, if you want to get from Unix to MS-SQL on NT, there are a number of
ways to do it discussed in the Radiator FAQ at
If you are planning to use MS-SQL 7.0, then the best way is to use DBD-FreeTDS,
available at CPAN.
Hope that helps.
> Thanks in advance,
> Michael Biondi
> Startec Communications
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