> While I don't want to, I'm now faced with going the PHP / MySQL route
> due to the much better documentation. I really don't want to, but
> what choice do I have when no information is available how operate
> this darn thing in a WinXP development environment?
I realize that you are frustrated. However, it's counter-productive to take
out your frustration on the people whom you are asking for help.
Mentioning MySQL won't get you more attention than simply asking "what do I
The native Windows version is a brand-new beta. One of the reasons why it's a
beta is that there isn't really documentation yet. As an "early adopter"
you are going to experience some frustration.
> Do I still need Cygwin? Do I follow the Cygwin tutorial even though I
> installed the .msi version? I have no clue and I am frustrated beyond
> all get out.
No, you don't need Cygwin. The new version is Windows-native.
> Heck, not even the gurus can put together information that, when
> followed, installed and configured PGSQL on my WinXP box. I got
> close... I got initdb to work... but that's it. postmaster and
> PGSQL wouldn't start due to various errors.
Please post the errors.
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