>>In article <01BDA487(dot)6EFDA9E0(at)britain>, Mark Britton <mbritton(at)gte(dot)net> writes:
> The url I'm using is jdbc:postgresql:linux_server.template1 where linux_server is the host name for the Linux box. Is this right?
I had mucho trouble with this until I re-re-re read the fine manual,
and found it was correct, and this is what you should use, accordin to
my working linux-on-same-host URL:
I note your host name is linux_server; my /etc/hosts says crowfix.com,
so that's what I use in the URL. YMMV.
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