Please refer to the check list cantained in the FAQ at the psqlodbc web site.
I see two issues.
Postmaster must start withe -i option.
It looks as though you only allow localhost access in pg_hba.conf. You
will need to open up to some remote host(s)
example of wide open with password required:
host all 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 password
example of class C wide open
host all 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.0 trust
Dave Thorson wrote:
> I receive a "failed authentication" message when I attempt to make and ODBC
> connection. My server is fir, database name is foo, name is dave with a
> password of dave. I have set up the user using psql with a create user
> Any help for a poor novice would be greatly appreciated!
> I have attempted an ODBC connection with the Insite driver (6.30.0249). I
> am using Red Hat Linux 5.1 which included postgres. I have been able to
> make pgaccess and psql work. ODBC is alluding me.
> The postgres .bash_profile looks like this:
> #This Script changes the term type
> export TERM
> echo $TERM
> export PATH MANPATH PGLIB PGDATA
> The pg_hba.conf file located in /usr/local/pgsql/data contains the following.
> # By default, allow anything over UNIX domain sockets and localhost.
> local all trust
> host all 127.0.0.1 255.255.255.255 trust
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