Install Drizzle On Debian Lenny
Aug 04, 2009, 13:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Drizzle is written in the C++ programming language,
and stores its string data in an UTF-8 format. It is being
developed for modern Unix-like operating systems, including Linux,
Mac OS X, and Solaris – in general, any OS that conforms to
"Well, i decided to try to get drizzle up on my Debian Lenny. So
if you need to install Drizzle on a Debian, make sure that all
build dependencies are met:
"protobuf : Protocol Buffers - Google's data interchange
"Protocol Buffers are a way of encoding structured data in an
efficient yet extensible format.
"libdrizzle : is the client and protocol library that is
required to build Drizzle.
"libuuid : generates and parses 128-bit universally unique ids
(UUIDs). See RFC 4122 for more information.
"libreadline5 : The GNU readline library aids in the consistency
of user interface across discrete programs that need to provide a
command line interface.
libpcre3 : This is a library of functions to support regular
expressions whose syntax and semantics are as close as possible to
those of the Perl 5 language."