> Hello Robert,
> > Why do I need an Account to install the
> Postgres runs as a background process (Unix slang:
> Because it is not dependent of the user who is
> working with it,
> it runs under its own account. This account has also
> exclusive access to
> the files containing the data.
> > How then can I develop in my own account and also
> have the PostGreSQL
> > running so I can test it all?
> You connect with your username and password to
> The database checks your rights and you can work
> with the db within the
> rights permitted to you.
> > I am confused by this.
> It's a little bit confusing at first, but after some
> time you enjoy this way
> of thinking.
> > We are trying to install the latest PostGreSQL
> under Win32.
> > Why is it so complicated?
> It is not complicated. If you are having problems,
> describe them.
> I'll help you if I can.
i have developed some install instructions for
they may be of some help.
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