If looks like others have had this issue as well, but they were running
under Red Hat. Read this article:
So someone made several compat libs but for Red Hat only... Are there
any compat libs out there for SuSE?
--- Jeff Lanzarotta <delux256-postgresql(at)yahoo(dot)com> wrote:
> OK, I finally got back to looking at this...
> After looking into phpinfo() it looks like postgreSQL is not loaded
> anymore which is what I figured since I un-installed all the
> related rpms and then compiled and installed from source.
> I really do not want to have to download the php source and compile
> with pg support if at all possible. There are way to many rpms
> to php already installed on this system.
> After further investigation, it have found an rpm,
> php5-pgsql-5.1.2-29.25.3.i586.rpm, that is for the version of php
> I have as well as pg 8.2. I am not really sure if this will work, but
> am trying to install this php5 rpm. When I do, it says that it needs
> Is there a way to generate libpg.so.4 from the postgreSQL source? Am
> going in the wrong direction with this little project?
> --- Chris <dmagick(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > Jeff Lanzarotta wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > I installed PostgreSQL 8.2 from source on openSUSE 10.1 and now
> > various
> > > php related application no longer work. For example phpMyFAQ...
> > >
> > > Is there a version of php-pgsql for 8.2?
> > Not sure if you need to, but did you recompile php to pick up the
> > postgres version?
> > Is postgres still loaded in php? Check with a phpinfo(); page.
> > --
> > Postgresql & php tutorials
> > http://www.designmagick.com/
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