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[Gnumed-devel] Re: Gnumed install on Debian

From: Andreas Tille
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Re: Gnumed install on Debian
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2004 16:45:06 +0100 (CET)

On Sat, 13 Mar 2004, Salvatore Enrico Indiogine wrote:

> 1. Boot Knoppix disk
> 2. Install Knoppix to disk
> 3. Configure internet connection
> 4. apt-get update
> 5. apt-get dist-upgrade
> 6. apt-get install -t unstable postgresql
> You need "-t unstable" otherwise apt-get will install a version of PgSQL that
> requires Python2.1.
Why is that a problem?  You can have python2.[123] install at the same time
without any problem.

> 7. apt-get install python2.3-pgsql
> 8. apt-get install libwxgtk2.4-python
> 9. ./ -> OK
> 10. edit /etc/postgresql/postgresql.conf for TCP/IP connection
> 11. edit /var/lib/postgres/data/pg_hba.conf
> local all all trust
> host all all trust
> I had to make the access as open as possible to make the bootstrap go ahead.
> Not a good solution though.
Yes.  A better solution was posted several times on this list and is
implemented in the inofficial Debian packages automagically.  Please
do not propagate solutions which are worse.  If Karsten would not have
continous trouble with his mail I think I would have working packages
from current CVS.

Karsten: You can find at

a mailbox with the message which failed to reach you at least twice.
I have trouble when bootstrapping the server ...

> 12. su - root
> 13. su - postgres
> 14. pg_ctl -D /var/lib/postgres/data -l pgsql.log restart
PLEASE: This is not the right way to restart a service on Debian systems!!!!
Please repeat:
  On Debian GNU/Linux systems I can restart *any* service like that:

     # su - root
     # /etc/init.d/<service foo> restart

> 15. exit    exit
> 15. ./gnumed/dists/XdtViewer/
> 16. edit bootstrap-monolitic_core.conf  -> update PgSQL version to 7.4.2 in
> several places.
> 17. python --conf-file=bootstrap-monolitic_core.conf
> 18. enter for password "gnumed" for user gm-dbowner

> So, what am I doing wrong or missing?
I don't know exactly but if I have sorted out the problem I try to foreward
to Karsten you can expect GnuMed-Snapshot packages in Debian experimental
in the not so distant future.

Kind regards


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