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Re: pgadmin, debian stable & postgresql 9.0

From: Pierre Chevalier <pierre(dot)chevalier1967(at)free(dot)fr>
To: Guillaume Lelarge <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info>
Cc: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pgadmin, debian stable & postgresql 9.0
Date: 2012-05-18 21:05:51
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Le 16/05/2012 19:22, Pierre Chevalier claviota:
>> If you use debian stable, it won't ever happen. You can try backports.
>> It should work with your Debian stable.
> Yes, I have backports repositories enabled. But for some reason, there
> is no way to get the most recent version of pgadmin3.
> I will try to force things a bit harder in my apt-get.

It worked!  I just had to be more convincing when I spoke to my synaptic.

Actually, I had first to force pgadmin3-data to version 1.14.0-1~bpo60+1 
from the backport, and AFTER I forced also pgadmin3 to version 

What I was doing (wrong) was to force pgadmin3 to backport version: for 
some reason, it was solving dependencies by taking version 1.10.5-1 of 
pgadmin3-data from stable, and then pgadmin3 was also set to version 

Now, back to work, and I'll leave my psql console (just a little bit, 
though) for pgadmin!

Thanks - merci!

Pierre Chevalier   Mesté Duran 32100 Condom
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