There's an app we use here that uses the oracle client libraries. the app
was written under windows and i'm attempting to get it to run under wine.
i had to edit the oracle install scripts (two similarish calls trying
to get the "system root" - whatever that is - so i hard coded them
to c:\windows). so it seemed to install ok, or as good as one can expect
oracle to install.
now i'm trying to get tnsping to work. it's determined to use unix paths,
so i keep making lots of soft links. (i'm trying to get my windows dir
structure that is emulated in linux to look like unix... doing pretty
well really... maybe i should look into yoga classes...) anyway.
i've finally convinced oracle that it can speak english (it's looking
for it's own versions of message catalogs) and am now getting an error
that it can't find ntt80.dll - and that's a file i can't find in the
slop it installed either! has anyone gotten the windows oracle client
to work under linux?
oh, and if mark webb is reading, it's your program i'm trying to get to
run so if you'd like to offer a linux version of the t/3 manager software...
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