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Well, it's the whole question. I installed 9.1 before, but I need older version now and I haven't yet found out how to do that.

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sudo apt-get install postgresql-8.4 

Seems to do the trick (well, not really a trick).

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E: Package 'postgresql-8.4' has no installation candidate says my Ubuntu 13.04(06.18.2013) – ted Jun 18 '13 at 9:31

If the old version of PostgreSQL is not available in Ubuntu repositories see PostgreSQL Apt Repository:

This repository will integrate with your normal systems and patch management, and provide automatic updates for all supported versions of PostgreSQL throughout the support lifetime of PostgreSQL.

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