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Re: session_pgsql-0.6.1

From: "Adrian Tineo" <adriantineo(at)softhome(dot)net>
To: "Bernd Hoffmann" <info(at)unixserver(dot)info>, pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: session_pgsql-0.6.1
Date: 2003-04-19 08:16:16
Message-ID: 002401c3064b$fa8463c0$506bd9d9@supercable.es (view raw or flat)
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After installing you NEED to create a user, this hasn't got to be the same
name of your unix user but most normally it will be. For example if your
Unix username is bhoffmann.

su - root    //Enter password
su - postgres    //Enter as postgresql superuser and no password will be
needed as you were root
createuser bhoffmann
exit
exit    //now you are bhoffmann again type "whoami" to check
createdb mydb    //Creates a db as user bhoffmann, you can also use
"createbd mydb -U bhoffmann"
psql mydb
etc

Let us know if it worked.

>
> I'm rootuser :)


Adrian Tineo


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