[Zope] Converting from Windows NT 4 to RedHat Linux 7.1
Danny William Adair
Thu, 25 Oct 2001 16:43:06 +1300
1) That's no problem. I have switched from Linux to Win32 and back without
problems. I think it's best to pack Data.fs before you transfer it, though.
2) This depends on which database you're using. The ZODBCDA adapter is afaik
currently only available for Win32, but you might want to take a look at
,a hacked version of it to use with linux-odbc.
For specific databases you might want to search the mailing list archives
("Sybase", "MSSQL", "Access")
On Thursday 25 October 2001 13:04, Steven Grimes wrote:
> I'm thinking of changing my setup to a RedHat 7.1 plus Zope setup. I
> currently have Zope 2.2.0/Python 1.5.2 set up on a windows NT 4 machine
> which communicates to a database via ZODBCDA. My application accesses a
> database that must stay on a different Windows NT machine for legacy
> purposes. My Questions are (1) Can I use my current Data.fs when I set up
> my Linux machine and (2) Are there ODBC drivers for the Linux install that
> will read data on an NT machine?
> Any answers will be greatly appreciated.
> Steven Grimes
> Database Engineer
> Accelerated Technology, Inc.
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