FreeBSD Port: dbf2mysql-1.14

Laurie Knight lauriek at
Fri Feb 13 03:38:36 PST 2004

I wonder if you could offer some advice. My company has been using a version of the dbf2mysql convertor program for years now, unfortunately it seems the format of our input db has changed slightly and its causing us all sorts of problems.
Basically I need to know - how on linux can I find which version of the utility I am using?
And  does the convertor program do anything with regards to changing the format of the output sql tables to match the input dbf tables?
Many thanks!
Laurie Knight, Webmaster.
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