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How to install Firebird drivers for PHP on OSX using Zend Server CE

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Hi,

I'm running Mountain Lion and wish to access a Firebird 2.5 Superserver using PHP on Zend.  Firebird is installed and works fine, however I can't get Interbase/Firebird drivers installed for PHP.  The Zend server installs for windows i.e. DLL's, but not for OSX.  Any pointers will be much appreciated.

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Andy
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Hi, thanks for the tip, however what I'm looking for is how to install the drivers/adaptors.

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Andy
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The first "Answer" covers what you need to do, there is nothing to "install", just files to copy
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