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Re: PostgreSql Version
- Subject: Re: PostgreSql Version
- From: Alejandro Imass <..hidden..>
- Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 20:18:53 -0400
Hi John, thanks for the info...
Dapper _is_ 6.06, which I don't have installed anywhere (read below).
The equivalence with Debian is usually to Testing and some Unstable. My
arguments were more for Debian than for Ubuntu although I mixed the two
because I have Ubuntu 5.10 in my client machines and Debian Stable on
the servers, and only one Debian Testing on a test server. In Ubuntu
5.10 the most recent PostgreSql you can update to without pinning is
8.0.3. You would also have to check if Dapper "server" version has
I have the personal pledge to migrate all my clients from Sql-Ledger to
LedgerSMB, but I have many other applications also and all sorts of
dependency problems and security issues, so it's not that easy to have
the latest versions of everything.
On Mon, 2006-09-25 at 16:35 -0700, John Locke wrote:
> Hi, Alejandro,
> Alejandro Imass wrote:
> > IMHO, I don't think that you are going to get anything higher than
> > from any Debian or Ubuntu release at the moment, at least not
> easily. In
> > the next few weeks I will try Ubuntu 6.06 and Debian Etch (Testing)
> in a
> > new test machine. I will also re-format a server I have with 3.1r3
> > (Sarge) and use apt-pinning to try to get the latest pg 8 version
> > let you all know. In any case, the issues with Debian and PostgreSql
> > clear. If I have success with the Sarge server I will contrib a
> > for doing this so you can include it in the README and/or the FAQ.
> Not true ;-)
> I haven't yet had a chance to install LedgerSMB, but I do have
> 8.1.4 running in Ubuntu Dapper, with no real issues installing it.