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Grass GIS installation + Fedora

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I tried to install Grass GIS in Fedora3. I got the following error messgae when I execute ./configure
Checking whether to use PostgreSQL ....Yes
Checking for location of PostgreSQL includes
Checking for libpq.h...no
configure error: unable to locate PostreSQL includes

What should I do to solve this problem? How to edit configure file to disable this feature or how to tell fedora where PostreSQL includes are?

Thanks in advance
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do a ./configure --help

these command show all options to ./configure like to disable includes or specify a path
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Thanks,
shouldn't I edit the configure.in?
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