Chapter 4 Installing Connector/C

Table of Contents

4.1 Installing Connector/C from a Binary Distribution
4.2 Installing Connector/C from Source
4.2.1 Installing Connector/C from Source on Unix and Unix-Like Systems
4.2.2 Installing Connector/C from Source on Microsoft Windows
4.2.3 Other Connector/C Build Options
4.3 Postinstallation Steps
4.4 Testing Connector/C

Connector/C distributions are available in binary and source formats. Binary distributions are available in native format for many platforms, such as RPM packages for Linux, DMG packages for OS X, and PKG packages for Solaris. Distributions are also available in more generic formats such as Zip archives or compressed tar files.

To obtain a distribution, visit Connector/C downloads.

After installing Connector/C, you may need to take additional steps to enable your compiler or linker to find the C API header files and libraries. See Section 4.3, “Postinstallation Steps”.