Thanks for the reply, I had found the following link this morning and
was just trying as suggested
But many thanks for claifiation.
Nathan Auch wrote:
SQL Anywhere has not been officially tested on Ubuntu 8.0.4, but it |
should (for the most part, see below) just work. For information about
which Linux distributions we test and our support philosophy for SQL
Anywhere on Linux please see: http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1035824
That being said, the SQL Anywhere installer is broken on Ubuntu 8.0.4
due to a behaviour change of the cut utility included in coreutils 6.9.
We will fix the install and repost the download of the developer edition
in the near future. In the mean time, you can fix the install yourself
by following the procedure below.
1. Open the "setup" script at the root of the install with your favorite
2. Find all lines containing the "cut" command that use the "-f"
3. For all such lines if a comma immediately follows the "-f", remove
For example, the line:
OS_REL_1=`echo $OS_REL | cut -d. -f,1`
OS_REL_1=`echo $OS_REL | cut -d. -f1`
Let me know if you are still having problems
David Fishburn wrote:
Peter Collins <peter (AT) lsisigma (DOT) co.uk> wrote in
news:483196af$1@forums-1-dub of sybase.public.sqlanywhere.linux:
PC> Has anyone got SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 running on Ubuntu 8.0.4 LTS?
This should work fine.
Are you running into issues?
If so, what error message are you getting?
What is your command line?