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On Tue, 12 Jul 2005, Jana Nguyen wrote:
> I am installing postgresql v. 8.0.3 binary on a redhat linux rhel 3.0.
> What rpms are needed and in what order for installation since I see a
> slew of rpms below.
If you download all RPMs and run
rpm -qip package_name
comamnd, you'll see the detailed information about each package.
You'll need to install postgresql-libs first. If you want to run server,
install postgresql-server and postgresql rpms. If this will be a client,
then you don't need to install -server RPM. The other packages are for
developing applications, docs, tcl, pl, etc support.
However, due to an important change in PostgreSQL 8.0.2+, you'll need
another RPM in RHEL 3:
With this RPM, you can overcome the problem. First install this package
and then install PostgreSQL.
> It be great if there is documentation for binary installation for
> postgresql v.8+ as well. If so, let me know.
postgresql- RPM comes with a "README.rpm-dist" file and that will guide
you for RPM installations.
However it might be good to include an RPM doc in main documentation set.
I'll submit a patch today.
devrim~gunduz.org, devrim~PostgreSQL.org, devrim.gunduz~linux.org.tr
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