[asterisk-users] Working around missing libmyodbc in Debian Stretch
oza.4h07 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 9 01:59:06 CDT 2017
I found this , downloaded a tar file from , hand copied a single
libmyodbc5a.so into appropriate /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/odbc/
directory and adapted /etc/odbcinst.ini file accordingly.
After all this, it seemed to work OK but I'm still not too confident.
Shall I trust a couple of successful isql queries to declare the above work
around as successful ?
I don't know.
While at it, I also found a source tar file from .
Transforming it into a proper deb package is not an easy task for me but
doing it would help to have MySQL/ODBC connectivity to the
many platforms Debian supports.
2017-06-08 16:17 GMT+02:00 Administrator TOOTAI <admin at tootai.net>:
> Le 08/06/2017 à 15:15, J Montoya or A J Stiles a écrit :
>> On Thursday 08 Jun 2017, Olivier wrote:
>>> I'm building a new Asterisk system from source on Debian Stretch.
>>> My building script fails as package libmyodbc is currently missing from
>>> Debian Stretch repo.
>>> Is there a work around this without leaving MySQL/MariaDB galaxy ?
>> This is why you should not use Debian testing for a server! Testing is
>> "always installable" by the crude method of REMOVING broken packages
>> until a
>> compatible version is ready. This means you will occasionally find a
>> with no install candidate.
> Well, Stretch will be the new stable as of 17 june 2017 which for me is no
> more a testing version.
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