as I wrote I tryed to install all from source, becouse I do not found rpm for my redhat version.
I lose many time befor to find that the ./configure report not correct error message for not finding pg
Also I lose many time by installing wxWindows ( I am not finishing with this task ).
For me the best solution will be one instalation as per pgAdmin 2 for windows : just start it and all is
I have had never problems with pgAdmin2 instalation.
Adam H. Pendleton wrote:
> pginfo wrote:
> >I found the reason for this first problem.
> >When I installed pg 7.3.4 I did it with option for library directory ( it is on anoder place by me).
> >As I found pgAdmin search for the lib dir but do not send the correct message.
> >It will be great to have this option in ./configure.
> >At the moment I need only to install wxWindows.
> >I think the instalation is not very easy and I do not thik that many people will use pgAdmin 3 if
> >some one not make changes in instalation.
> Specifically, what portions of the installation are not easy? What sort
> of things would you like to see to make it easier?
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