1. I am trying to compile the postgreSQL version 7.1.2, where installation
process asks to call "gmake" instead of "make".
The gmake is not available in the standard installation package in the
cygwin download utility. How to get rid of this?
Is there any gmake available for cygwin???
2. According to the prcedure mentioned, we have to run ./configure first and
then call make. Now the problem here is the make command again internally
calls the configure file and then do some checking and linking. After this
it again calls the configure and so on... it goes into the loop and never
compiles the source code.
3. When installed the precompiled version 7.1.3, after doing initdb, it
produces the log as
Success. You can now start the database server using:
/usr/bin/postmaster -D /usr/local/pgsql/data/
/usr/bin/pg_ctl -D /usr/local/pgsql/data/ -l logfile
With this one of the command, the postgres process runs in the background.
But when the "psql" is called it gives error, file 'cygreadline5.dll' not
Is anybody there sailing in the same boat!!
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