> One restriction (sort of) that I'm trying to follow is that my system is
> Debian and I'm _trying_ to stay within the Debian packaging scheme as
> much as possible, although it's not a strict requirement.
Oh, good, you *ARE* running *nix!
I run Debian, too. And I confess.... on all four of my Debian machines I
run packages straight from stable. PostgreSQL 7.2.1 works fine, even on
my active production web server (although it's a fairly small
The stable Debian packages would certainly do the job for you.
Here are the Apache, php, perl and postgresql packages I have installed,
straight from dpkg -l for your reference.
ii apache 1.3.26-0woody6 Versatile, high-performance HTTP server
ii apache-common 1.3.26-0woody6 Support files for all Apache webservers
ii libdbi-perl 1.21-2woody2 The Perl5 Database Interface by Tim Bunce
ii perl 5.6.1-8.8 Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and Report
ii perl-base 5.6.1-8.8 The Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister.
ii perl-doc 5.6.1-8.8 Perl documentation.
ii perl-modules 5.6.1-8.8 Core Perl modules.
ii php4 4.1.2-7.0.1 A server-side, HTML-embedded scripting langu
ii php4-cgi 4.1.2-7.0.1 A server-side, HTML-embedded scripting langu
ii phpdoc 20020310-1 Documentation for PHP4 and PHP3
ii postgresql 7.2.1-2woody7 Object-relational SQL database, descended fr
ii postgresql-cli 7.2.1-2woody7 Front-end programs for PostgreSQL
ii postgresql-doc 7.2.1-2woody7 Documentation for the PostgreSQL database.
Hope this helps.
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