- Download your driver manager of choice from their official website.
- Based on your application bitness, you need to match the bitness (32- or 64-bit) of your installed Teradata ODBC driver and the Driver Manager bitness you install.
Tip: When using your application or testing the connection, if you encounter errors related to “ELF”, it is likely due to you mismatching the bitness between application, driver manager and/or Teradata ODBC driver.
- Download the correct bitness or compile the source for the right bitness (typically based on the CFLAGS settings).You can have both a 32-bit and 64-bit version of the driver manager installed. They default to different locations and your odbc.ini, and odbcinst.ini should reference them correctly.
You can typically check the bitness of a file on Unix systems by using the “file” command in a shell, and pass in the filename with path if needed.
- Download the correct bitness or compile the source for the right bitness (typically based on the CFLAGS settings).
- Install your driver manager.You may need root access depending on where you install. Consult the driver manager's documentation for more information.