On Tuesday 15 December 2009 9:16:41 am Daniela Mamede d'Almeida wrote:
> Oracle support told me to install PostgreSQL driver in my Oracle server.
> What I don't understand is what's the use of running pg_config in a server
> where there's no Postgre installed. Maybe there's another postgresql driver
> that wouldn't expect pg_config to be there. I there any?
pg_config is not the problem, it is just a program to make compiling the ODBC
driver easier. You could specify the locations for the necessary files to the
configure program manually without using pg_config. The issue is that in order
to compile the driver you need the Postgres files/libraries. That being said
did you try the rpm below:
Note:This is for version Postgres 8.2 which is what you originally said you are
You previous email had postgresql-devel-8.4.1-1PGDG.rhel4.x86_64.rpm which is
for Postgres 8.4 and may be part of the problem.
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