Subject Re: [firebird-support] How do I verify on a server if Classic or Super server is installed
Author Jonathan Neve
Peter Ypenburg wrote:

>We have standardized on using Classic server version of Firebird. On Linux
>the installation files for Classic and Super server are separate files so to
>install the correct product will be pretty obvious. On Windows if is
>different as the Windows install program has Classic and Super server build
>into the same install program.
>We found that users just run the install and just followed the default
>options in the install process and then they have installed Super server
>instead of Classic server. We asked our sites to make sure that they have
>indeed installed Classic server.
>One clever user asked how does he go about to verify what version is
>installed, Classic or Super server?
>I had a look at the Firebird server manager in the control panel but that
>did not tell me much. Does anybody have a way to easily find this answer.
Your best bet would probably be to get the installer script, remove the
option to install superserver, recompile, and distribute that instead of
the original installer.

Best regards,
Jonathan Neve
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