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Re: [RPM] Possible problem with package postgresql-libs-7.1.2-5PGDG?

From: Lamar Owen <lamar(dot)owen(at)wgcr(dot)org>
To: Jerry Seutter <jseutter(at)phoenixcan(dot)com>, "'pgsql-ports(at)postgresql(dot)org'" <pgsql-ports(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: [RPM] Possible problem with package postgresql-libs-7.1.2-5PGDG?
Date: 2001-08-14 18:28:06
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On Friday 10 August 2001 16:12, Jerry Seutter wrote:
> Heya, just read the readme and it said to email you with problems.
> I don't know if this is a real problem or not, but here goes.

> I was trying to install phpPgAdmin, which uses the package php-pgsql.
> phpPgAdmin complained that mod_pgsql or something like that wasn't working
> in Apache.  Upon further investigation, I found that it was looking for
> /usr/lib/, which used to be provided in older versions of this
> package.  I don't know if it was taken out of the rpm for good reason
> or not, so I'm letting you know about it.  Other than that, thanks for
> a great package!


Install postgresql-devel.  Late 7.1.2 RPMs moved (the symlink) to 
the devel subpackage.  The actual libpq shared object is named, 
and the others are all symlinks to it.

The program in question should be linked against, not plain  However, installation of the -devel package provides the symlink.

Thanks to Trond, I now understand _why_ (the symlink, not the actual 
shared object) belongs in the -devel subpackage -- but the other packages in 
question apparently are not following the 'normal' rules......

Or you can symlink /usr/lib/ to /usr/lib/
Lamar Owen
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