...And since I haven't been killed in the rush I may as well tell the
list that I have managed to resolve the issue...
1) It seems, in my case, to relate to the permissions associated with
the folder /usr/local/pgsql/data (ie my <data directory>)
2) sudo chown postgres <data directory>
3) sudo chgrp postgres <data directory>
Finally, the postgresql.conf has to be edited for the appropriate IP
port and host settings...
Richard Chirgwin wrote:
> I have installed Postgresql from the William Kyngesbury distribution
> I do not get any errors starting the server, but it fails on createdb:
> "No such file or directory".
> I note that the initdb did not create a postgres.conf file in
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