> Define "work" --- what are you trying to do and what is happening?
> If you are using any of the standard client libraries such as libpq,
> the use of password encryption should be completely transparent to
> you. You certainly do not hand in a pre-encrypted password or anything
> like that.
I'm connecting via a socket and using Postgres protocol version 3. I'll need
to encrypt all that myself then.
I must have made a mistake somewhere else in my code, because I think I'm
doing the encryption write from what James said in his reply about his
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