On Sunday 15 February 2004 02:54 pm, Mark Lubratt wrote:
> I've finally decided to upgrade my postgresql installation. I'm
> currently running 7.3.2 on RedHat 9.0.
> Here's my dilemma: Since RedHat is no longer supporting their "RedHat"
> distributions, I can't really get a RPM for the upgrade. I'm concerned
> about orphaning files if I do a straight compile from source (not
> getting the configured directories to be the same as the original
> installation). So the question is, do I uninstall the original RPM and
> do a compile from source? Do I go to a SRPM? Do I uninstall and then
> use a SRPM?
For RHL9 you should be able to install the RHEL3 RPMs. If you want a set
built custom, you can download the SRPM and rebuild it. It is the same thing
as doing a from source recompile, but everything is put into the 'right'
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