Amarok + postgreSQL version
lofi at freebsd.org
Sun Nov 13 05:51:14 PST 2005
On Sunday, 13. November 2005 13:08, Luk van den Borne wrote:
> 2005/11/13, Michael Nottebrock <lofi at freebsd.org>:
> > On Sunday, 13. November 2005 09:45, Luk van den Borne wrote:
> > > When I deinstall postgresql74-server and try install
> > > postgresql81-server, I get this message:
> > >
> > > ===> postgresql-server-8.1.0 is marked as broken: the port wants
> > > postgresql81-client but you have postgresql74-client installed.
> > >
> > > So I guess the version numbers do have to match. At least according to
> > > ports.
> > Ah, you're running the server on the same machine. I assumed the host you
> > were trying to run amarok on was client-only.
> > --
> > ,_, | Michael Nottebrock | lofi at freebsd.org
> > (/^ ^\) | FreeBSD - The Power to Serve | http://www.freebsd.org
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> But that shouldn't really matter, should it? If I can run a different
> client remotely I should also be able to run another client locally,
> right? Or what is the philosophy behind this setup?
My guess is that it's a more of a packaging problem than a philosophy
(postgresql comes as one big sourcecode archive and the client and server
parts have interdependencies at buildtime).
> That locally server and client version should match, in order to
> guarantee 100% compatibility (iow: admins should never be locked out
> in case of an unforseen interface breakage?).
> Or is it just a small bug in the Makefile?
Perhaps that, too.
,_, | Michael Nottebrock | lofi at freebsd.org
(/^ ^\) | FreeBSD - The Power to Serve | http://www.freebsd.org
\u/ | K Desktop Environment on FreeBSD | http://freebsd.kde.org
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