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odbc driver for postgresql

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I have LAN  setup with Redhat Linux 5.0 running on the Server and Win95 on the nodes. Can any on provide or let me know from where to get ODBC drivers of Win 95 to access the POSTGRESQL database running on the server and use the same in software applications running on nodes through ODBC. I want full details.
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Have you considered MySQL instead?  I have no idea about Postgre but you could easily use MySQL with the MyODBC driver on 95/nt and use stuff like access and connect to it easily.  I do it over the net all the time.  95 with ODBC -> mysql on slackware.  works well.  if you want more info let me know
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Is a Redhat RPM of MySQL available. or let me know from where to get MySQL and the respective ODBC Drivers for Win 95.
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You can get everything you need from

http://mysql.netvision.net.il/download.html

email me for setup help with odbc stuff.  scottg@merisel.net
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