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Hello,

Is there a quick and easy way to set up ODBC on my Linux web server so that my PHP pages can use an Oracle database on another machine?

Many Thanks,

Richard.
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No.  ODBC isn't freely available for linux yet.  You can check out www.easysoft.com for an ODBC connector which is free for three users, I think.
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thanks!
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