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[HACKERS] 8.0.x RPM issues

Gaetano Mendola
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Hi all,
I'm trying to install 8.0.3 on a RH9.0.
I do have few problems:

1) They do not exist for 9.0
2) Using the 8.0.2 rpm I get:

# rpm -Uvh --test *.rpm
warning: postgresql-8.0.2-1PGDG.i686.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 748f7d0e
error: Failed dependencies:
        libpq.so.3 is needed by postgresql-contrib-8.0.2-1PGDG
        libecpg.so.3 is needed by postgresql-libs-8.0.2-1PGDG
        libpq.so.3 is needed by postgresql-libs-8.0.2-1PGDG
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) gnucash-backend-postgres-1.8.1-3
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) libdbi-dbd-pgsql-0.6.5-5
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) mod_auth_pgsql-0.9.12-14
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) perl-DBD-Pg-1.21-2
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) php-pgsql-4.2.2-17
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) qt-PostgreSQL-3.1.1-6
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) xemacs-21.4.12-6
        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) postgresql-tcl-7.4.2-1PGDG
    Suggested resolutions:
        postgresql-libs-7.3.2-3.i386.rpm

3) 8.0.2 SRPMS for RH9.0 are not there as well.


If you provide me a way to get the SRPMS I can create the rpms and give them
to you


Regards
Gaetano Mendola


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Re: [HACKERS] 8.0.x RPM issues

Dave Cramer-8
Check the archives, this has already been discussed.
Devrim is posting a compat rpm shortly.

Dave

Gaetano Mendola wrote:

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>Hi all,
>I'm trying to install 8.0.3 on a RH9.0.
>I do have few problems:
>
>1) They do not exist for 9.0
>2) Using the 8.0.2 rpm I get:
>
># rpm -Uvh --test *.rpm
>warning: postgresql-8.0.2-1PGDG.i686.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 748f7d0e
>error: Failed dependencies:
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by postgresql-contrib-8.0.2-1PGDG
>        libecpg.so.3 is needed by postgresql-libs-8.0.2-1PGDG
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by postgresql-libs-8.0.2-1PGDG
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) gnucash-backend-postgres-1.8.1-3
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) libdbi-dbd-pgsql-0.6.5-5
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) mod_auth_pgsql-0.9.12-14
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) perl-DBD-Pg-1.21-2
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) php-pgsql-4.2.2-17
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) qt-PostgreSQL-3.1.1-6
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) xemacs-21.4.12-6
>        libpq.so.3 is needed by (installed) postgresql-tcl-7.4.2-1PGDG
>    Suggested resolutions:
>        postgresql-libs-7.3.2-3.i386.rpm
>
>3) 8.0.2 SRPMS for RH9.0 are not there as well.
>
>
>If you provide me a way to get the SRPMS I can create the rpms and give them
>to you
>
>
>Regards
>Gaetano Mendola
>
>
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Re: [HACKERS] 8.0.x RPM issues

Gaetano Mendola
Dave Cramer wrote:
> Check the archives, this has already been discussed.
> Devrim is posting a compat rpm shortly.

Thx.

Regards
Gaetano Mendola




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Re: [HACKERS] 8.0.x RPM issues

Dave Cramer-8
You can find it here if you need it quickly
http://postgresql.gunduz.org/rpms/compat-postgresql-libs-3-1PGDG.i686.rpm

Dave


Gaetano Mendola wrote:

>Dave Cramer wrote:
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>>Check the archives, this has already been discussed.
>>Devrim is posting a compat rpm shortly.
>>    
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>Thx.
>
>Regards
>Gaetano Mendola
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Re: [HACKERS] 8.0.x RPM issues

Devrim GÜNDÜZ
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Hi Gaetano,

On Tue, 24 May 2005, Dave Cramer wrote:

> You can find it here if you need it quickly
> http://postgresql.gunduz.org/rpms/compat-postgresql-libs-3-1PGDG.i686.rpm

Yeah, that package was tested on 5 platforms. Also Dave Cramer confirmed
that it works.

As soon as we are sure about the package naming, we'll upload it to main
FTP repository.

Regards,

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