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BigSQL pgc alternative

Samuel Teixeira Santos
Hi all.

BigSQL still allow to install Postgres and others resources as like a portable install.

But today, it's only offer your tool (pgc) for newer Postgresql versions.

I would like to install as portable option because it's more easy to config and use in my own user in my development station.

What you recommend to do to replace pgc tool as alternative to install  postgresql 10 and the respective postgis version as like portable option?


Regards,

Samuel
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Re: BigSQL pgc alternative

Tomas Vondra-4
On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 12:15:06PM -0300, Samuel Teixeira Santos wrote:

>Hi all.
>
>BigSQL still allow to install Postgres and others resources as like a
>portable install.
>
>But today, it's only offer your tool (pgc) for newer Postgresql versions.
>
>I would like to install as portable option because it's more easy to config
>and use in my own user in my development station.
>
>What you recommend to do to replace pgc tool as alternative to install
> postgresql 10 and the respective postgis version as like portable option?
>

I'm not familiar with BigSQL, so I'm not sure what exactly you mean when
you say "portable option". Can you explain?

regards

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Re: BigSQL pgc alternative

Thomas Kellerer
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Samuel Teixeira Santos schrieb am 20.12.2019 um 16:15:

> BigSQL still allow to install Postgres and others resources as like a
> portable install.
>
> But today, it's only offer your tool (pgc) for newer Postgresql
> versions.
>
> I would like to install as portable option because it's more easy to
> config and use in my own user in my development station.
>
> What you recommend to do to replace pgc tool as alternative to
> install  postgresql 10 and the respective postgis version as like
> portable option?

On Windows, I use the ZIP archives provided by Enterprise DB to spin up Postgres without an installer:

https://www.enterprisedb.com/download-postgresql-binaries

Unfortunately they stopped providing them for Linux (for which I used pgc in the past), 10.x is the last version for which they provide this.