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Installation and Configuration on UNIX and Linux Systems
 

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Installation and Configuration on UNIX and Linux Systems

DataDirect Cloud Driver for ODBC is an ODBC API-compliant dynamic link library, referred to in UNIX and Linux as a shared object. The prefix for the 32-bit driver file name is iv. The prefix for the 64-bit driver file name is dd. The driver file names are lowercase and the extension is .so, the standard form for a shared object. For example, the 32-bit DataDirect Cloud driver file name is ivd2cnn.so, where nn is the revision number of the driver. On HP-UX PA-RISC only, the extension is .sl, for example, ivd2cnn.sl.
DataDirect Cloud Driver for ODBC includes a setup program for installing on machines running AIX, HP-UX, Linux, and Oracle Solaris operating systems.
* System Requirements
* Installing
* Silent installation of ODBC driver on UNIX and Linux
* DSN-less Connections
* Setting Environment Variables
* Uninstalling the ODBC Driver on Linux and UNIX