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Re: Re: DBD:PG

by deprecated (Priest)
on Nov 09, 2001 at 06:50 UTC ( #124277=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: DBD:PG
in thread DBD:PG

DBD::Pg would be rather difficult to install via RPM. The module actually requires the variables POSTGRES_INCLUDE and POSTGRES_LIB to be set (use 'export' for sh and 'setenv' for csh). You need to have the postgres libraries installed. Furthermore, each platform would require a separate rpm based on the hardware architecture. You might try looking on rpmfind.net for a PostgreSQL rpm, and then building DBD::Pg yourself.

Yes, it's a little trouble, but I think you'll find that postgres is an awesome database and it's totally worth it.

brother dep.

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