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Connecting to a linux database is absolutely no different from connecting to a database on Windows, or any other platform for that matter. The interconnect protocol (SQL*net) is the same everywhere. The platforms for the client and server play no role here, neither does the fact that one is 32-bit and the other is 64-bit. Also the versions of the Oracle ...
GEOS is the software you get from http://trac.osgeo.org/geos/ (which has the title you mentioned, so it is likely what you meant). There are C and C++ interfaces as part of a standard build. libgeos_c means the C interface. On Ubuntu (and probably Debian) it is the libgeos-c1 Geometry engine for Geographic Information Systems - C Library package. ...
The problem you are referring at is called "Point in Polygon" - if you google it you'll find various solutions with various tools of various complexity. You can pick up what ever suits you best or create your own solution. A simple C program can be found at stackexcange
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