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New PostgreSQL RPM sets are available for Fedora / RHEL

From: Devrim GÜNDÜZ <devrim(at)CommandPrompt(dot)com>
To: pgsql-announce(at)PostgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: New PostgreSQL RPM sets are available for Fedora / RHEL
Date: 2007-09-18 12:42:03
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Hi,

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The PostgreSQL New RPM Sets
2007-09-17

Versions: 8.2.5, 8.1.10, 8.0.14, 7.4.18, 7.3.20

Set labels: 8.2.5-1PGDG, 8.1.10-1PGDG, 8.0.14-1PGDG, 7.4.18-1PGDG,
7.3.20-1PGDG
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Release Info:

The PostgreSQL RPM Building Project has released RPMs for 7.3.20, 7.4.18
8.0.14, 8.1.10 and 8.2.5 and they are available in main FTP site and its
mirrors.

We currently have RPMs for:

- Fedora 7
- Fedora 7-x86_64
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Enterprise Server 3.0-x86_64
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Enterprise Server 4
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Enterprise Server 4-x86_64
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 4
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 4-x86_64
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 x86_64

More may (will) come later. I want to thank every package builder for
this great number of supported platforms.

Support for Fedora Core 6 will be abandoned in future releases, when it
reaches EOL.

Please let us know if you can assist us in building RPMS of missing Red
Hat / Fedora platforms.

For complete list of changes in RPM sets, please refer to the changelogs
in the RPMs. Use
         rpm -q -changelog package_name
for querying the changelog.

Point releases generally do not require a dump/reload from the previous
point, but please see the Release Notes to confirm procedures for
upgrading, especially if your current version is older than the last
point release.

The SRPMs are also provided. Please note that we have one SRPM for all
platforms.

We also have a howto document about RPM installation of PostgreSQL:

        http://pgfoundry.org/docman/?group_id=1000048 

Please follow the instructions before installing/upgrading.

Most of the RPMs have been signed by the builder, and each directory
contains CURRENT_MAINTAINER file which includes the name/email of the
package builder and link to their PGP key.

If you experience problems with the RPMs or if you have feature
requests, please join

        pgsqlrpms-general ( at ) pgfoundry ( dot ) org

More info about the list is found at:

        http://lists.pgfoundry.org/mailman/listinfo/pgsqlrpms-general

The project page is:

        http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pgsqlrpms

Please do not use these resources for issue running or using PostgreSQL
once it is installed.

Please download these files from:

        http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/binary/v8.2.5/linux/
        http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/binary/v8.1.10/linux/ 
        http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/binary/v8.0.14/linux/ 
        http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/binary/v7.4.18/linux/
        http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/binary/v7.3.20/linux/ 

Regards,
-- 
Devrim GÜNDÜZ
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