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Some kind of qualified sysadmin :) iodbc mailing list...

I think, your problem might actually be very simple, see Re^2: Fuse and fuse_loop and the links it lists.

More generic-er advice that applies to DIY build enviroment
MinGW/MSYS development environment - Setting up the base system
sh configure --enable-static --enable-shared --with-libxml-include-prefix=C:/msys/1.0/local/include/libxml2
$config{LIBS}='-l...libxml2.a -l...libiconv.a'; $config{INC}='-I...include/libxml2'; $config{DEFINE} =' -DLIBXML_STATIC '; WriteMakefile( %INFOS, %config, );
The GNU configure and build system

In reply to Re: Installing iodbc 0.1 via CPAN (or other means) on Mac OS 10.6 by Anonymous Monk
in thread Installing iodbc 0.1 via CPAN (or other means) on Mac OS 10.6 by jbogari

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