[postgis] Mandrake install (about rpm release)

Adrian Custer acuster at nature.berkeley.edu
Mon Jul 30 10:01:16 PDT 2001

On 29 Jul 2001 23:20:01 -0700, Paul Ramsey wrote:
> OK, RPM'ers, I have a SRPM for postgresql which includes postgis.
> http://postgis.refractions.net/rpms/postgresql-7.1.2-5PGDG.src.rpm
> Build it (rpm --rebuild <src_rpm>), and in your RPMS directory you will
> find...

Nice of you to try this. I tried reaching the file but couldn't get to
that directory. Are the permissions set correctly? 

> postgresql-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-contrib-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-devel-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-docs-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-jdbc-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-libs-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-odbc-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-perl-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-postgis-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-python-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-server-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-tcl-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-test-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm
> postgresql-tk-7.1.2-5PGDG.i586.rpm     
> All the postgis files end up in /usr/lib/pgsql/postgis including the
> all-important postgis.sql file. 
> The spec file is a crime, but it works. 

In other words, a classic hack. :-)


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