> Thanks very much. That worked.
> I was trying to use createdb and getting the message "user doesn't
> exist." Previously when I installed postgresql, I also compiled it
> from source and had no problem creating a db and getting it running.
> For some reason, trying to step in in the middle of the process
> got me hung up
I get the same problem, so I just compile from source to avoid the
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