[erlang-questions] ODBC and x64

andrew cooke <>
Sun Apr 22 04:29:58 CEST 2007


When I wrote the previous email I had found (via google) only comments
saying ODBC on x64 wasn't supported.

However, after posting, I found an email discussion on this list from May
2005 which indicated that (1) it did work and (2) at that time there was
an explicit block in configure.  Since that block is no longer present I
guess this should work!  Which is good news - I had assumed it was not
supported.

So if there is more info I can supply to help diagnose this, please ask.

Thanks,
Andrew


> After using Erlang like crazy in my free time the last couple of weeks I
> tried to hook up a database and find that the odbcserver is not present!
> Looking at the config.log it appears that configuration is failing as
> libodbc32 cannot be found.
>
> I am using Suse 10.2 Linux on an x64 system and have both 32 and 64 bit
> ODBC libraries installed (in /usr/lib/libodbc.so and
> /usr/lib64/libodbc.so).  A simple softlink from /usr/lib64/libodbc32.so to
> /usr/lib/libodbc.so does not help.
>
> How do I get Erlang working?  Or am I completely hosed?  If so, is there
> an alternative way to connect to a SQL database (MySQL or Postgres -
> preferably the latter).  I'm desperate enough to compile as 32 bit if that
> would help (I have 4GB RAM so I guess it would be OK?) - how would I do
> that?
>
> Thanks,
> Andrew
>
> PS Bundling the config.log for odbc.
>
> PPS Typically when installing a program configure prints a summary saying
> what sub-components will not be used.  It would have been nice to know
> earlier about this problem.  Perhaps the Erlang configure could do this
> too?
>
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