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I just installed Debian Squeeze to work as a Postgresql server, but but when I try to recover a backup something went wrong and after. After a search, I delete deleted the cluster (data dir) and uninstalluninstalled Postgresql. Afterwards, afterwords I was unable unable to make the server workingwork (instalinstall, remove, purge). what

What can I do in a wayso that apt-get install postgresqlapt-get install postgresql would behave as if it was a freashfresh Debian install?

Thank you in advance.

just installed Debian Squeeze to work as a Postgresql server, but when I try to recover a backup something went wrong and after a search I delete the cluster (data dir) and uninstall Postgresql, afterwords I was unable to make the server working (instal, remove, purge). what can do in a way that apt-get install postgresql as if was a freash Debian install?

Thank you in advance.

I just installed Debian Squeeze to work as a Postgresql server, but when I try to recover a backup something went wrong. After a search, I deleted the cluster (data dir) and uninstalled Postgresql. Afterwards, I was unable to make the server work (install, remove, purge).

What can I do so that apt-get install postgresql would behave as if it was a fresh Debian install?

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Can't re-install Postgresql in Debian Squeeze

just installed Debian Squeeze to work as a Postgresql server, but when I try to recover a backup something went wrong and after a search I delete the cluster (data dir) and uninstall Postgresql, afterwords I was unable to make the server working (instal, remove, purge). what can do in a way that apt-get install postgresql as if was a freash Debian install?

Thank you in advance.