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I have installed the latest stable version of PostgreSQL v9.2 and I want to install the PostGIS v2 extension.

I've been searching for it for 3 days now, however can't find it.

I did however find PostGIS v2 for PostgreSQL v9.1, thanks to this site: http://linfiniti.com/2012/05/installing-postgis-2-0-on-ubuntu/

I'm an Ubuntu novice, I'm more accustomed to Windows.

The PostgreSQL v9.1 package doesn't work. Where can I get the correct package?

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From this listing it looks like there is a package named postgresql-9.2-postgis2. You may have to add a new apt repository to the existing ones. In this, you can find help here.

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Thanks for this. I'm having some trouble understanding how to determine what the location of the repository is. Could you please advice me? –  Paul Meems Sep 28 '12 at 18:27
    
Can't exactly test it at the moment, but I guess adding a line deb http://apt.opengeo.org/stage/suite/v3/ubuntu lucid main to sources.list and running apt-get update would do it. (This asumes you use the lucid version.) If you don't succeed, I think you can get help from the opengeo.org site. –  dezso Sep 28 '12 at 19:27
    
I could't got it to work so I started over with a new Ubuntu server and installed Postgresql v9.1 and PostGIS v2 and it seems to be working. –  Paul Meems Oct 2 '12 at 19:00
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