Subject Re: [firebird-php] Re: Making PHP aware of Firebird
Author Scott Taylor
At 01:42 08/06/03, you wrote:
> > Bugger. I *really* didn't want to have to recompile things :-) But,
> > having accepted that I have to, my second question remains. How do you
> > compile it when the Firebird installation is not on the same machine?
> > You have to point the configure to your Firebird path, but if there is
> > no Firebird path, what do you do? Do you pass it the IP of the machine
> > where Firebird is installed?
>It's no different to the normal connection string? BUT you
>do need a copy of Firebird installed on the server so that
>ibWebAdmin can access the command line tools.

Hi Lester,

That's great information, but really, we were discussing how to get PHP and
Firebird working together. However, once that is working, ibWebAdmin is
just great to have too.

>Perhaps I need to work on the Linux version of

That would be a good idea. ;)

>In ibWebAdmin, you just provide the machine name of the
>server you want to look at, but some of the pages will not
>work if it can't find the right tool locally.

You mean tools like gsec and gstat?