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Re: how does a linux user open a */mdb file?



On Fri, Aug 31, 2001 at 10:53:33PM -0500, will trillich uttered:
> 
> 	$ dpkg -S \*mdb\*
That isn't neccessay, dpkg -S includes wildcards for you, iirc.

> 	postgresql: /usr/lib/postgresql/doc/html/app-vacuumdb.html
> 	postgresql: /usr/share/man/man1/vacuumdb.1.gz
> 	postgresql-doc: /usr/share/doc/postgresql-doc/html/postgres/app-vacuumdb.html
> 	postgresql: /usr/lib/postgresql/bin/vacuumdb
> 	$ apt-cache search mdb
> 	$ 
> 
> where's the *.mdb reader?
>
What does 'file' say about it?
I have this strange feeling it's a Microsoft Access "database". Not that
Access even acts like a database.

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                                                    Steve
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