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Remember to actually *READ* the README file! And re-read it if you have any problems.

Have you done that? Twice?

Your LANG environment variable is set to "de_CH.UTF-8" This is known to cause problems in some perl installations - even stop +ping this Makefile.PL from running without errors. If you have problems ple +ase try re-running with LANG unset or with the utf part of LANG removed.

Have you done that? What was the result?

The easiest steps to do that configuration are (from the CPAN client):

look DBD::ODBC export LANG=C perl Makefile.PL make make test # if the test was successful make install
You are using a Perl configured with threading enabled. Please read the warnings in DBI about this. You should also be aware that on non-Windows platforms ODBC drivers co +me in two forms, thread-safe and non-thread-safe drivers and you may need to make sure you are using the right one.

As the ODBC drivers are supplied by your vendor (Apple), we'll assume that Perl and the ODBC drivers are a matching pair here.

In reply to Re^3: install_driver(ODBC) mac mojave 10.14.2 by Corion
in thread install_driver(ODBC) mac mojave 10.14.2 by raventheone

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