[postgis-users] doesn't see postgresql
Gregory S. Williamson
gsw at globexplorer.com
Sat Apr 8 23:36:41 PDT 2006
After you have a database created:
CREATE DATABASE foo; -- options, etc. not shown
>From a command line run:
createlang plpgsql foo
If createlang is not in your path you will need to refer to it expicitly with path included; it is in the same directory as psql and the other postgres executables.
Then try to create postGIS, which needs to use the plpsql language in its functions.
From: postgis-users-bounces at postgis.refractions.net on behalf of Randy Burkhardt
Sent: Sat 4/8/2006 10:02 PM
To: PostGIS Users Discussion
Subject: Re: [postgis-users] doesn't see postgresql
to install postgis-1.1.1, from a postgis-1.1.1 directory
I get about the first 30 checks for things needed for postgis successfully
checking for pg_config... no
configure: error: PostgreSQL is required by PostGIS
On 4/8/06, Steffen Macke <sdteffen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Randy,
> > How can I get postgis to see I have postgresql-8.1.3 running?
> What is the step where something is going wrong?
> Do you get an error message?
> I don't know much about Red Hat, but maybe you can simply install the
> Fedora RPM(s):
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