I tried compiling postgresql 6.4.2, but without luck. I am using Debian 2.1
i386 Linux, and kernel 2.2.1.
The libs are:
>./configure --with-tcl --with-perl --with-odbc --enable-hba
checking for X... (cached) libraries /usr/X11R6/bin, headers
configure: warning: The X11 library '-lX11' could not be found,
But it's there:-( : /usr/X11R6/lib/libX11.so
And the compilation :
gcc -I../../include -I../../backend -O2 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -I.. -c postmaster.c -o postmaster.o
postmaster.c: In function `ServerLoop':
postmaster.c:627: too few arguments to function `gettimeofday'
postmaster.c:666: too few arguments to function `gettimeofday'
postmaster.c:625: warning: unused variable `tz'
postmaster.c: In function `DoBackend':
postmaster.c:1452: too few arguments to function `gettimeofday'
postmaster.c:1407: warning: unused variable `tz'
And it stops here. Could You please help me? I would like to compile my own
postgres because this way I know what is in it, and the one (6.3) in the
distribution doesn't have everything, I guess (pgaccess, odbc for example). Let
me know if I can be anymore help.
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