>>>>> "PG" == Palle Girgensohn <girgen(at)partitur(dot)se> writes:
PG> You should really use the port. it has a working startup
PG> script, and it creates a pgsql/.profile for you. Using su -m is
PG> more error prone IMHO. It will export locales and such, that
PG> you really don't want to export to postmaster.
I started with the FreeBSD port, bit I dislike it. It is not really
well put together. If I specify an alternate location of the data
directory, it still creates the default one. It is just easier to do
it myself directly. Also, the port uses the user "pgsql" which just
feels funny to me.
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