I have succesfully set up postgresql on my Mandrake Linux system from the RPM disk.
However I had some problems due to the fact that Mandrake has set it up in different directories to the documentation. All is now well except that I cannot get the 'c' pre-compiler ecpg to work. It produces a 'c' file which will not compile. It fails on undefined reference to ECPGdo.
I am compiling with gcc -I/usr/include/pgsql hello.c
Version of postgresql is 6.5.2-2 mdk
Op sys is Mandrake Linux
Hardware is a pentium 333
I attach copies of hello.pgc the input to ecpg and
hello.c the output from ecpg.
Maybe you are not the right person to contact but maybe you can re-direct if nesscessary.
PS I am a relative newcomer to Linux and 'c' but I have 20+ yrs of general IT . Recently Windows 95 and Pascal. using Delphi.
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