On Wed, 10 Feb 1999, hoelc wrote:
> I have a PostgreSQL-6.2.1 ( in RedHat Linux 5.0), and it doesn't has "ecpg".
> I have downloaded "ecpg" from internet, but don't know how to install it into my
> PostgreSQL system. Please advise.
Did you get the version from the link on the postgresql web site?
If so don't install it. I can't remember the version number but I believe
it is way behind the current version bundled with postgresql 6.4.2 which
is up around .50 I think.
To get any newer versions you need to go to the postgresql CVS code and I
haven't tried that yet.
Not much help am I? ;-)
Seriously though, is there some reason you need to run the 6.2.1 code?
If not then I'd just rpm -e the current postgresql, grab the latest and
greatest 6.4.2 source code and compile away. I don't recall having any
troubles building postgresql 6.4.2 on my mutated RedHat 5.1 system. I'm
thinking quite a few gotchas were probably fixed between 6.2.x and 6.4.x.
James Thompson 138 Cardwell Hall Manhattan, Ks 66506 785-532-0561
Kansas State University Department of Mathematics
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