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Re^10: Install problems with DBD::InterBase

by Steve_BZ (Chaplain)
on Sep 24, 2012 at 16:19 UTC ( #995419=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^9: Install problems with DBD::InterBase
in thread Install problems with DBD::InterBase

Hi Ştefan,

I forgot to say it's all working now. If I use the -i option and I don't use my own database but let it create it's own test database, everything works fine.

Does your update mean I can use my own database to at installation time?

Regards

Steve

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Re^11: Install problems with DBD::InterBase
by stefbv (Deacon) on Sep 25, 2012 at 08:19 UTC

    Hi Steve,

    I reformulated the precedent post, hope is much clear now.

    It works without the interactive switch in KUbuntu if you set something like this in the bash environment:

    export FIREBIRD_HOME=/usr/lib/firebird/2.1 export FIREBIRD_INCLUDE=/usr/include export FIREBIRD_LIB=/usr/lib

    Yes, theoretically you can use your own database, on the local box, but it have to be a TEMPORARY database because WILL BE DROPPED at the end of the tests, so I think, is better to use the one created by the testing system.

    Regards, Ştefan

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