Barman 1.1.1 was released few days ago, but until now it wasn’t available for Ubuntu 12.04.
Now, you can simply add the below PPA to get the latest version of Barman in your Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
This quick tutorial will show you how to add Barman Official PPA in Ubuntu 12.04.
Add Barman Official PPA in Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin)
Install the latest version of Barman
To get started, run the commands below to add the PPA (Personal Package Archive) to your software sources. If you miss the add-apt-repository command please install the python-software-properties package
Next, run the commands below to update your package indexes.
Finally, run the commands below to install Barman.
Barman is installed in your system.
As usual Greenplum Community Edition 4.2.1 is available as a VMWare virtual machine based on CentOS with all the fancy tools and the documentation already installed. This allows you to easily try it.
This article is an updated guide about running the provided image on VirtualBox.
Some members of the Greenplum Community Forum have been asking about how to install on Greenplum CE a very useful "contrib" module available for PostgreSQL.
Officially Greenplum Database Single Node Edition (SNE) is only installable on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and SUSE Linux Enteprise Server (SLES), but while surfing the web I have seen many requests on how to install it on Debian/Ubuntu. Here I'm trying to give you some advices.