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pgadminIII Configuration problem

From: "Boblitz John" <John(dot)Boblitz(at)BERTSCHI(dot)com>
To: <pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: pgadminIII Configuration problem
Date: 2011-03-01 10:04:48
Message-ID: 718413D5BCF618498A68930091C4BE9B04EE8336@dueexs01.bertschi.domain (view raw or flat)
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Good Morning,

I have the following setup:

Debian <<squeeze>> Server with the following PostgreSQL modules:

i     odbc-postgresql                                      1:08.03.02
1:08.03.02
i     pgadmin3                                             1.10.5-1
1.10.5-1
i A   pgadmin3-data                                        1.10.5-1
1.10.5-1
i A   pgagent                                              3.0.1-1
3.0.1-1
i     postgresql                                           8.4.7-0squ
8.4.7-0squ
i A   postgresql-8.4                                       8.4.7-0squ
8.4.7-0squ
i     postgresql-8.4-debversion                            1.0.3-1+b1
1.0.3-1+b1
i     postgresql-client                                    8.4.7-0squ
8.4.7-0squ
i A   postgresql-client-8.4                                8.4.7-0squ
8.4.7-0squ
i A   postgresql-client-common                             113
113
i A   postgresql-common                                    113
113
i     postgresql-contrib                                   8.4.7-0squ
8.4.7-0squ
i A   postgresql-contrib-8.4                               8.4.7-0squ
8.4.7-0squ 
 
Simple Database is set up and I can query from the server.

To Administer from my local PC (WinXP), I installed pgadminIII (v1.12.2)
and configured it to connect to the server
which works, to a point.

I can see the database and can query the test file.  However, I keep
getting the message that an adminpack needs
to be set up.  Supposedly, this is already in the postgresql-contrib* -
but I am unable to find the correct
Directory /usr/local/pgsql/share/contrib/.

Any ideas what I have done wrong?



John

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