Are there any complete and working instructions for installing postgres server 12 and pgadmin4 on Fedora 32?
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postgresql is in the Fedora repositories, (version 12.3 as of today)
Haven’t installed it in ages but all you should need to do is:
sudo dnf install postgresql postgresql-server
Re pgadmin4, I don’t know, what’s in the repo is pgAdmin III (version 1.22.2) - usually it’s a good idea not to mix and match because what’s in the repo has been tested. (
dnf info pgadmin3)
While I agree with @florian that it’s good to avoid mixing & matching if possible, I have in the past (around Fedora 28/29) used pgadmin4 from the postgresql repositories together with postgresql from Fedora’s repos, without issues.
Since PG upstream kindly names their postgresql packages
postgresql-... like Fedora does, those repositories won’t override Fedora’s packages with any of theirs, so there should be no issues with enabling them. Then getting
pgadmin4 is a simple matter of
dnf install pgadmin4.