Didn't have them all, just PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH, but added the others and
that didn't solve the problem.
the /opt/postgres/pgaccess directory does not exist on my system.
And within the /opt/postgresql directory I can not find a "show" command.
Should it be present, or a symlink or is it a function from a library?
Vijay Deval wrote:
> have you created or modified .profile in your home directory? something
> export LD_LIABRARY_PATH
> export PGDATA=/opt/postgresql/data
> export PGLIB=/opt/postgresql/lib
> This is just an example. Something on this line in .profile will point
> to the rquired resources.
> Dennis Leeuw wrote:
> > Success. You can now start the database server using:
> > /opt/postgresql/bin/postmaster -D /opt/postgresql/data/
> > or
> > /opt/postgresql/bin/pg_ctl -D /opt/postgresql/data/ -l logfile start
> > After that every command responds with show: command not found, like:
> > psql template1
> > ./psql: show: command not found
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