I am running running Mac OS X (10.7.5), PostgreSQL (9.2) and PostGIS (2.0.2) (installed via Postgres.app).
The PostGIS extension seems to work perfectly with vector and raster layers. Once I enable PostGIS for the specific database I am able to create vector and rasters from the SQL Editor of phpAdmin3 (like with ST_MakeEmptyRaster).
The problems begin when I try to load a raster with raster2pgsql. I have no great experience with Postgres (or DBMS in general) so what I did might appear stupid...
I tried to launch it via psql following this steps:
1) Open psql terminal;
3) Got as prompt
mydatabase=# (that I guess means I am logged with owner rights...;
4) Now I tried
raster2pgsql -Gbut of course is no SQL so I got
ERROR: syntax error at or near "raster2pgsql" LINE 1: raster2pgsql -G;
Then I went back to my Mac OS X terminal shell and into the the folder where my raster2pgsql file is located (/usr/local/pgsql/bin) and typed
raster2pgsql -s 4236 -I -C -M *.tif -F -t 100x100 /my/path/to/the/file/myfile.tif myrastertable | psql -U myuser -d mydb -h localhost -p 5432 but I got
-bash: raster2pgsql: command not found.
What I am doing wrong?