On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 7:18 PM, Don Fox<donfox1(at)mac(dot)com> wrote:
> I am having installation problems with postrgesql on my mac. I'v tried
> MacPorts, your site and PostgreSQLforMac. I've tried 8.3.7 and the most
> current version. After each install I'm unable to locate any actual access
> to the DB. When installing from the disk image I'm told that the data-base
> cluster is not found or was improperly installed.
> I'm attempting to set up GNUmed, postgresql and the most appropriate version
> of python.
> The mac i'm using is a MacBookPro with 2gig of memory running Leopard.
> Thanks for any assistance
> Don Fox
This doesn't really sound like a bug, so you might want to try
pgsql-novice or pgsql-general. I'm not sure what you mean by "locate
any actual access to the DB". Normally, you get access to the DB by
running the "psql" program from the command line. But if there is
some error that you are getting then you should tell us (or one of the
above mailing lists) what it is.
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