moodle into main for gutsy

Mathias Gug mathiaz at
Thu Aug 30 17:36:31 BST 2007

Hi Matt,

On Wed, Aug 29, 2007 at 11:57:31PM -0400, Matt Oquist wrote:
> 2. dpkg asks for the database host, database administrator, and
>    database administrator password, and these are never used for
>    postgresql configuration. In fact, as I said below, I think we
>    should just give up on creating a postgresql database if the
>    database host is NOT "localhost". Since this is a regression from
>    what the upstream package has been supporting I'm asking here first
>    instead of implementing this immediately.
> 3. this package doesn't install correctly unless you've already
>    installed your database server/client packages. i.e., you must do
>    one of these before 'apt-get install moodle':
>    $ apt-get install postgresql postgresql-client
>    ---OR---
>    $ apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client

Did you have look at dbconfig-common to handle all the database
configuration ?


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