On 2/16/06, Leonel Nunez <leonel at enelserver.com> wrote: > Jim Perrin wrote: > > This is a BAD IDEA. The rhel4 rpms are built for RHEL4, so if they > > work, they won't be stable. They're expecting the 2.6 kernel, the libs > > associated with rhel4 etc. These aren't there in 3.6. If you NEED php5 > > and postgresql 8, you should consider using centos4 and the > > postgresql8/php5 rpms for centos4. Keep in mind that they're not > > stock. If you're trying to force them onto your system because you > > want them, you might give gentoo a try. > > Or build from the source tar.gz Postgresql 8.1.3 and PHP 5 and > all other programs that depend on these 2 and keep them updated every > time an update is issued on ANY of the packages build from source > .tar.gz files .. Thanks for the replies. Ideally, I'd like to have CentOS 4 running on the system. Unfortunately, the hosting company that we have our VPS only offers Centos 3.6. If I can already find RPMs already for Postgres 8.1.x, it's gonna make my job a lot easier. -- Stand before it and there is no beginning. Follow it and there is no end. Stay with the ancient Tao, Move with the present.