i'm wanting to set up my own pgsql linux server on my
LAN at home. i'm pretty new to linux (as in, brand
i'm thinking of using an older computer - i think it
is a pii 300, or something like that.
i'm thinking i want to run vectorlinux 4.3.
can pgsql 8.0x run fine on such an old computer? if
so, is vectorlinux a good choice? are there any other
distros that allow for easy installation of the latest
version of postgres?
the reason i chose vectorlinux is because the
installation instructions were understandable - i'm
pretty decent when it comes to following cogent and
cogent, thorough instructions are HUGE, *HUGE* plus.
ps - i suppose redhat (fedora) would be a great choice
(shameless plug for Tom's company!) since business is
so familiar with it, however, i don't think the latest
versions will run very well on my old box). do
correct me if i'm wrong, though!
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