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Tony Hoyle wrote: >> Also, this is weird since I've specified ./configure -server so odbc >> shouldn't be needed by the client-side anyway, or should it? >> > It's still used by the client in local mode if you enable audit. Em. Is there a ./configure option to enable/disable audit? I couldn't see one. > I just used the downloaded package (currently 2.2.something). The > debian build has been broken for a while - it's dependent on half of > gnome for some unfathomable reason and I refuse to install it on my > build system because of that. I'm on Gentoo myself... its package management is a lot more friendly than other distros (its source base, and its easier to modify/hack packages so they can work with each other). For cvsnt, it looks like everything works when unixODBC 2.2.8 or better is installed (if you could test for that requirement as part of cvsnt's configure that might help others avoid trying to compile with a too-old unixODBC install). Cheers, David. p.s. Hey.. we're now on Servalan! Right, spill the beans, when are the good-guys going to be used... Travis and Servalan were both baddies! -- David Somers VoIP: FWD 622885 PGP Key = 7E613D4E Fingerprint = 53A0 D84B 7F90 F227 2EAB 4FD7 6278 E2A8 7E61 3D4E