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Re: hi Cant load informix online 5.2 on linux -8 ( rpm file) #4

yeh all symbolic lins have fallen completely,

Now what to do

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> "Neil Truby" <neil.truby@ardenta.com> writes:
> > Install it in /opt/informix as required to do by the bug, then use find
> > . -print | cpio -pvd or some other method to copy the contents of
> > /opt/informix to /usr/informix.
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> Have symbolic links fallen completely out of fashion?
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