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if you get dependencies, then you should be able to find what repo provides all of them. If you showed us what they were, we could tell you I expect, although it should be pretty trivial for you to google it yourself.
that updates and package repositories are handled as part of the *paid for* RHN service. If you aren't paying to use RHN then you should convert the installation to CentOS instead, which is pretty simple to do.
Well... maybe itīs simple, but I don't know how to do it.... never mind, I was just wanting to test an application that uses PostgreSQL locally. I am a Windows user and installed Linux on a Virtual Machine but if this is a complicated and time consuming task, I will prefer to continue testing the application on my hosting company.