dalvi_ajay(at)extenprise(dot)net (Ajay Dalvi) writes:
> [root(at)paloalto slony1-1.1.0]# ./configure --with-pgconfigdir=/usr/bin
> checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
> checking for pg_config... /usr/bin/pg_config
> checking for correct version of PostgreSQL... 7.3
> checking for PQunescapeBytea in -lpq... no
> configure: error: Your version of libpq doesn't have PQunescapeBytea
> this means that your version of PostgreSQL is lower than 7.3
> and thus not supported by Slony-I.
Typically, this results from some library not being properly
recognized. On AIX, for instance, there has been a tendancy for
pthreads to be needed, and for it to not be included, and that problem
first kicks in with the PQunescapeBytea test.
I usually pass a whole lot more than just --with-pgconfigdir to my
./configure runs; it's probably not finding libpq by the "unvirtue" of
not having a --with-pglibdir option.
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