Quoting Ben Suffolk <ben(at)vanilla(dot)net>:
> >>>> actually have done anything.
> >>> thank you for your reply. A truly amateurish mistake by me :)
> >>> BUT fixing that one did no good. The problem remains.
> >> Did you restart the server after changing those lines?
> >> --
> > Yes.
> When you try and connect check /var/log/messages for any errors, and
> let us know what (if any) errors are reported.
1) These are the latest messages ( /var/log/messages )
Only my test of closing down & reopening postgresql.
Oct 26 18:33:25 joymap su(pam_unix): session opened for user postgres by
Oct 26 18:33:25 joymap su(pam_unix): session closed for user postgres
Oct 26 18:33:33 joymap postgresql: postmaster shutdown succeeded
Oct 26 18:33:35 joymap su(pam_unix): session opened for user postgres by
Oct 26 18:33:35 joymap su(pam_unix): session closed for user postgres
2) Enrico's firewall propotion:
There is a firewall in WinXP ( F-Secure ). I allready tried disabling it. I have
also configured the Red Hat security level. Right now it allows all traffic
3) I managed to get a connection-lookalike:
tcp 0 0 <my_psql_server_domain>:postgres <my_client_domain>:2429 TIME_WAIT
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