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Steps to getting Ruby to handle SQL Server on a CentOS box using unixODBC

1. yum install unixODBC freetds freetds-devel unixODBC-devel
2. Add your database to /etc/freetds.conf:
[(your custom connection name)]
host = (your host)
port = 1433
tds version = 7.0
username = (username)
password = (password)
3. Add this to /etc/odbcinst.ini:
Description = TDS driver (Sybase/MS SQL)
Driver = /usr/lib64/libtdsodbc.so
Setup = /usr/lib64/libtdsS.so
CPTimeout =
CPReuse =
FileUsage = 1
4. Add your database to /etc/odb.ini:
[(your custom connection name)]

CentOS: The freshmaker

Are you bored with your slick Windows 7 or OSX GUI? Have Ubuntu's cutting-edge package updates got you down? Do you like installing archaic Enterprise editions of Linux just for fun? CentOS might be right up your alley. This is a brief tutorial on how to install CentOS within VirtualBox. You'll need a few hours to kill, and a working VirtualBox installation. (I won't go into the details of how to install VBox; it's pretty easy, and besides, if you're thinking of installing CentOS for fun, you probably already have it.)

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