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At a loss how to fix this issue

Perl : 5.014002 (x86_64-linux-gnu-thread-multi)

OS : linux (2.6.42-37-generic)

DBI : 1.628

DBD::mysql : 4.020

DBD::Sponge : 12.010003

DBD::SQLite : 1.40

DBD::Proxy : 0.2004

DBD::ODBC : DBD::ODBC initialisation failed: Can't locate object method "driver" via package "DBD::ODBC" at /usr/local/lib/perl/5.14.2/DBI.pm line 819.

Perhaps the capitalisation of DBD 'ODBC' isn't right. at -e line 1.

DBD::Multiplex : 2.11

DBD::Gofer : 0.015327

DBD::File : 0.42

DBD::ExampleP : 12.014311

DBD::DBM : 0.08

I have tried to reinstall the DBD::ODBC multiple time and I have also tried a force install. This was all done with cpan. I am running ubuntu 12.04.

What do I do next?

Thanks in advance.


In reply to Issue install DBD::ODBC by bbaker@copesan.com

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