Here are compiled, binary, executable copies of
the dbm tools
for some of the machines I use.
(There are also detached PGP digital signatures available, to help you verify that the files haven't been tampered with, but they're not yet explicitly linked to from here. See the ftp directory for details.)
|gdbm, alpha Linux||gdbmstore||gdbmfetch||gdbmdump||gdbmdelete||gdbmutil||gdbmtools.tar.gz|
|gdbm, ppc Linux||gdbmstore||gdbmfetch||gdbmdump||gdbmdelete||gdbmutil||gdbmtools.tar.gz|
|gdbm, i*86 Linux||gdbmstore||gdbmfetch||gdbmdump||gdbmdelete||gdbmutil||gdbmtools.tar.gz|
|ndbm, SunOS (sparc)||ndbmstore||ndbmfetch||ndbmdump||ndbmdelete||ndbmutil||ndbmtools.tar.gz|
|gdbm, SunOS (sparc)||gdbmstore||gdbmfetch||gdbmdump||gdbmdelete||gdbmutil||gdbmtools.tar.gz|
|dbm, PDP-11 Unix (V7)||dbmstore||dbmfetch||dbmdump||dbmdelete||dbmutil||dbmtools.tar|
Use these at your own risk! It would be safer to download and compile the sources yourself. I can't guarantee that these binaries will work with your Operating System kernel, your shared C library, or your other shared libraries. (I can guarantee that they don't contain any Trojan horses, but you probably shouldn't trust anyone to say that.) Also, not all of these may have been rebuilt to the latest sources.