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I want to install PostgreSQL 9.5. But the available version is 9.6.

I only need 9.5 to build wal2json against it and test it (requirement because of AWS version).

  • How exactly did you determine the PostgreSQL version after installation of postgresql-9.6? Is it possible that you have another installation of PostgreSQL set up on your system in a way that takes precedence over the former? – David Foerster Jul 14 '18 at 11:41
  • Doh! You are right. I had few docker containers running and one was at 5432. However, still, I need 9.5 and the package available is 9.6. I have changed the question accordingly. Thanks. – Ondra Žižka Jul 15 '18 at 1:14
  • Note for whoever compiles against PostgreSQL: Make sure you have the right postgresql-dev-<version> package installed, and not postgresql-dev-all. Also check pg_config output. – Ondra Žižka Jul 16 '18 at 1:51
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The last supported release that includes postgresql-9.5 in its default repositories is Ubuntu 16.04. Manually download the following two files from the official Ubuntu website:

The two .deb files have been updated to postgresql-client-9.5_9.5.14-0ubuntu0.16.04_amd64.deb and postgresql-9.5_9.5.14-0ubuntu0.16.04_amd64.deb.

Change directories using cd to the directory containing the two .deb files that you downloaded. Run the following commands:

sudo apt install libedit2 libpq5 libssl1.0.0 postgresql-client-common zlib1g libgssapi-krb5-2 libldap-2.4-2 libpam0g libxml2 postgresql-common locales ssl-cert tzdata sysstat 
sudo dpkg -i postgresql-client-9.5_9.5.12-0ubuntu0.16.04_amd64.deb postgresql-9.5_9.5.12-0ubuntu0.16.04_amd64.deb

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