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hi, me again :-)
ok, after installing the rpm's everything was fine except connecting to
the database using the supplied client program psql. It ended with a
segmentation fault. So I thought it would be a good idea to try to install
the software from source.
The problem is, psql still exists with a segfault :-(
After the segfault the terminal became unusable, that's why I think it
could have to something with curses ...?
RedHat 5.2 (yes)
I get the segfault both as postgres user or as any other user (including
root). createdb/createuser works well, compilation of the sources too, no
errors or warnings (well, some really unimportant unused defs...).
I don't want to bother everybody on this list with huge attachments, so I
put the coredump as well as the strace output on my webpage:
Thanks in advance,
=> PGP key: http://daemon.de/key.txt
=> "Experience is what you got when
=> you did not get what you wanted."
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