Dave Page wrote:
>>From: Andreas Pflug [mailto:pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de]
>>Sent: 27 July 2004 23:55
>>Cc: Magnus Hagander; Dave Page
>>Subject: win32 pgsql not installable
>>I know I'm going to go on some people's nerves, but it's necessary.
>>With the current "run-as-non-admin" restriction the windows
>>installer doesn't work, and it will probably be ridiculously
>>difficult to make it work unless this restriction is redesigned.
> It's a pita for ad-hoc use, but installation and running as a service
> works perfectly here.
>>I don't see any point in restricting postgres.exe (i.e. the
>>single user non-communicating version) to non-superusers.
>>Installations are usually executed with admin privileges
>>(non-admins won't be able to create services), and currently
>>it fails to initialize the cluster with that d***d message.
>>Consequently, it rolls back the complete installation leaving
>>me at point zero.
> Whats the error?
Just posted the details how I succeeded in the end.
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