Paul Smith wrote:
> Where is the Mac psql
For Mac OS X, just compile the whole kit and caboodle natively. I've got PostgreSQL 7.4.1 running on Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) - on an iMac 333Mhz (Strawberry). It's great - even I was able to compile it straight out of the box!
Of course, Mac OS X is a Unix-like environment, so it's nowhere near the same as Mac OS 9. Under Mac OS 9 there is no command line available, so one option I'd suggest is using a terminal package like NCSA Telnet or its successor MacTelnet. Once you have a terminal package, use it to open a shell on the DB server or a machine that has the client software available.
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