A complete ODBC driver manager for Linux
Install unixODBC if you want to access databases through ODBC. This
package includes low-level drivers for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and local files.
However, the included drivers are not as up-to-date as the ones distributed
separately. It is recommended that you install and use the MyODBC package
if you need a driver for MySQL, and/or the postgresql-odbc package for
NOTE: I have moved what was here into ChangeLog, it seemed to
make more sense that way (NG).
Release 2.2.10 29-Sep-2004
Release 2.2.9 24-Jan-2004
Release 2.2.8 17-Feb-2004
Release 2.2.7 02-Dec-2003
Release 2.2.6 21-July-2003
Release 2.2.5 26-Feb-2003
Release 2.2.4 24-January-2003
Release 2.2.3 23-August-2002
Release 2.2.2 8-July-2002
Release 2.2.1 23-Mar-2002
* Fix a couple of typo errors in postgres driver and odbctest
* Fix problem where ini files could be truncated under heavy
* Fix potential hang with FILEDSN's if the connect string included
a DSN= entry as well
* Don't save the SAVEFILE attribute in the filedsn.
* Fixed bug that prevented the setting of some attributes via the
Authors of unixODBC...
Peter Harvey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nick Gorham <email@example.com>
The PostgreSQL Driver was modified from the standard PostgreSQL
ODBC driver (http://www.postgresql.org)
The NNTP Driver as written by Ke Jin
The MySQL driver is a mirror from the MySQL folks.
Other contributors include (in no particular order)
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