On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 8:36 PM, Robert Treat
> You know, I find it arguable that it is "easier" to use the "postgresql" yum
> repository rather than the built in stuff in centos/rhel/fedora,
It's not that it's necessarily easier than running 'yum install xxx',
it's that it's easier than figuring that you need postgresql,
postgresql-devel, postgresql-docs, postgresql-libs, pgadmin3,
A one-click package is also what the majority of people coming from a
commercial background are likely to be used to.
> and I'm not
> sure we should be promoting what is essentially a 3rd party system over the
> vendor supplied rpms.
Vendor supplied RPMs are not released in the timely fashion that
Devrim's are, nor do they have such a wide range of PostgreSQL
packages as far as I'm aware.
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