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PostgreSQL 6.5.3 STABLE RPMs released.

From: Lamar Owen <lamar(dot)owen(at)wgcr(dot)org>
To: pgsql-ports(at)postgresql(dot)org, pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: PostgreSQL 6.5.3 STABLE RPMs released.
Date: 1999-11-06 01:57:51
Message-ID: 99110521080401.00541@lorc.wgcr.org (view raw or flat)
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Now that the 6.5.3 release is official, I am announcing and releasing RPMs for
version 6.5.3. There is only one major enhancement -- the addition of an
allowed architecture -- armv41, which was not available before.  From my web
page: 
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RPM's are now available for version 6.5.3. Changes from 6.5.2-1 to
6.5.3-1 are:

* Improved README.rpm includes an explanation of the steps in an upgrade,
includes instructions on running the regression tests, and other minor
enhancements 

* pgaccess 0.98 is now pulled in from the main tarball instead of a separate
tarball 

* The patchsets were consolidated somewhat -- as 6.5.3 now includes some
of the patches that were already included with the 6.5.2-1 rpms, fewer patches
are required. 

* The source RPM should now build on StrongARM boxes (such as Corel
Netwinders). Many thanks to Mark Knox (segfault(at)hardline(dot)org) for the patches
necessary for StrongARM. 

* Now shipping the odbcinst.ini file that had been inadvertently left out of
previous RPM's. This file is now in /usr/lib/pgsql.
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As always, let me know of any problems.  The source RPM and Intel binary 
RPMs prebuilt for RedHat 5.2 and RedHat 6.x are available from
http://www.ramifordistat.net/postgres .  The wget tool is a great way to mirror
these RPMs.

--
Lamar Owen
WGCR Internet Radio
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