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Which version of PGAdmin do I use with Postgres-8.1.23?

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        We have RHEL5 OS and we are installing Postgres-8.1.23 version. What version of PGAdmin do I need to install with this version of Postgres?

Thanks, Missymadi
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The latest version (1.12.2) can access any databases since version 7.3.
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If you need to run it on system running PostgreSQL 8.1 you should rpmbuild on that system because default RPM seems to be linked to particular version on build system
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