Sure, this is easy:
If you have cygipc installed, use the setup program to uninstall it and
After that, reinstall cygwin.
Install the postgres source and just build it as normal.
Whenever you run any of the programs (initdb, createdb etc) you'll need
to set the CYGWIN environment variable to 'server':
$ CYGWIN=server initdb -D /var/pgsql/data
So when you install the service remember to do the same:
$ cygrunsrv -I postmaster .... -e CYGWIN=server ....
Hope it all goes swimmingly.
Oscar Pearce wrote:
> I saw your message to the pgsql-cygwin list about building PostgreSQL
> against cygserver instead of cygipc. I'm trying to track down an issue
> with PostgreSQL on Windows 98 and thought I'd try doing the same thing.
> Would you mind sharing the changes you had to do to do the build?
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