John Gardner <john(dot)gardner(at)tagish(dot)co(dot)uk> writes:
> We've got an application to install on PostgreSQL 8.2 and the
> requirements say "Please make sure that PL/pgsql and FuzzyStringMatch
> library is installed."
> Can anyone tell me which RPM packages contain these?
Hmm, I'm pretty sure Devrim's packages split up the same way mine do,
so the answer should be -server and -contrib respectively. Which
you've got. You probably just haven't activated them in your current
database. To install plpgsql you say "CREATE LANGUAGE plpgsql".
To install a contrib module you run its defining SQL script, which if
memory serves is under /usr/share/pgsql/contrib/ (if not, rpm -ql
on the -contrib RPM will tell you where they are).
regards, tom lane
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