Michael B. Trausch
mike at trausch.us
Tue Dec 18 07:42:21 GMT 2007
On Mon, 2007-12-17 at 00:50 -0500, Maada Moseray wrote:
> If you go to the above page you will see that they have an
> installation manual. Going down the list I have downloaded the d/base
> schema but do not know how to install using pgadminiii. I see that we
> have pgadminiii in the repository and I have installed. After that
> there are two other steps that I do not have a clue as to how to do.
> Does Ubuntu 7.04 have postgresql? How do I get a server to install
> the schema on? Very confused at this time. Any help will be
You can get PostgreSQL by installing "postgresql-8.2". At a terminal,
$ sudo apt-get install postgresql-8.2
Or select the "postgresql-8.2" package in Synaptic.
The best way to install the database schema is to just use the "psql"
command line utility; save the file to disk and then, in a terminal, do
$ cat outkafe.sql | psql DBNAME
You will need to create a database first and get the initial setup out
of the way. See the PostgreSQL documentation for information on that.
The PostgreSQL documentation is rather lengthy; they do have a PDF copy,
and they have it available on Amazon, IIRC. I printed the PDF copy out
a couple of years ago which is now out of date, and that was > 1000
pages, I think.
Michael B. Trausch mike at trausch.us
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