Guido Barosio wrote:
> You need to set your pg_hba.conf method to trust for your
> connection and reload your configuration (service). That way you'll be
> able to get into your database and change your pwd.
> On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 11:49 AM, OldManRiver<davisoft(at)megsinet(dot)net>
>> Do not use PG that often and have it installed on several PCs. Have it
>> turned off normally so have to go to:
>> Start + All Programs + System Tools + Administrative Tools + Services
>> find PG in the list and start. Then I open my pgAdminIII and attempt
>> Somehow it is not accepting the UID/PWD combo I set for this, and I have
>> forgotten the defaults, so can not get in. I have been looking for the
>> install notes to find the defaults but forgot where I put them and could
>> find online.
>> A quick help with HOWTO URL would be nice right now!
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