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  • How do I configure Single-Tier drivers, after I have installed them? -- Answer
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  • Windows and Mac users do not need to perform additional steps to configure their Single-Tier drivers. Unix users need to insure that their OpenLink and database environment variables are set. The following instructions will assist Unix users with this task: 1. Users must login to their Unix clients. 2. Users must cd into the root of their OpenLink installation. 3. Users may run in a Bash or Bourne shell. Alternatively, users may run openlink.csh in a C shell. 4. Users must cd into the /bin sub-directory of their OpenLink Single-Tier installations. 5. Users must edit openlink.ini or open the file with a text editor such as vi. 6. Users must identify the Environment section that corresponds to their OpenLink Single-Tier driver. 7. Users must ensure that the relevant variables are set within the Environment section.
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