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We are developing an application that requires access to a Microsoft SQL database via PHP on a Linux server. The Production Linux server already has the components necessary (Apache, PHP and FreeTDS), but it is not working properly, so we are looking for an administrator to work with us to install and configure all the necessary software on a testing machine, so we can then make the required modifications on the Production box.
We are looking for someone to assist us remotely via Skype (or another chat program if you prefer) to install the components listed below on Fedora Core 6:
any required ODBC drivers
(installing a different version of any of these programs is NOT an option)
Compensation will be discussed and agreed upon prior to start, and we are looking to have this completed as quickly as possible. Regular times available are 9am to 5pm EST, but we are flexible.
I look forward to getting some responses quickly. We have already been struggling with this for quite some time, so please do not respond unless you know this is something within your skillset.