Having upgraded to 8.3 beta 4 prior to creating large number of new
tables, I note that Mandriva (my distro) wants to reverse my postgresql
back to v 8.25 in order to satisy dependencies for phppgadmin v 4.1.3. I
refused that of course, thinking Mandriva might be slow in upgrading.
But in revisiting the phppgadmin site, I note their last update in July
is still 4.1.3.
I can install from source, of course, but it appears that support is not
available from phppgadmin beyond 8.2.x.
Anybody been through this before? I don't want to risk fouling up my new
tables unnecessarily. The graphical interface is just a little easier on
the old eyeballs ....
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