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From: lchr...@login.dkuug.dk (Lasse Kim Christiansen)
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Subject: iBCS compatibility and status of development
Date: 21 May 94 13:48:27 GMT
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I was wondering about what state the development of support for iBCS is in
at the moment. Is it possible to run INFORMIX for SCO ??

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From: ja...@purplet.demon.co.uk (Mike Jagdis)
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* In message <lchrist.769528...@login.dkuug.dk>,
  Lasse Kim Christiansen said:

LC> I was wondering about what state the development of support
LC> for iBCS is in at the moment.

Pretty solid really. I'll try and remember to send the relevant bits of the 
README to c.o.l.a next release...

LC> Is it possible to run INFORMIX for SCO ???

SQL yes. For 4GL you either need a SCO development system or an Informix 
port to Linux :-(. You can, of course, run the compiled binaries with iBCS 
on Linux.

  Oh, that's Standard Engine. I think Online needs a couple more tweaks to 
some of the IPC stuff...

                                Mike

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