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Re: kinda weird

From: "Dave Page" <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: <pippo(at)bellnet(dot)ca>, <pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: kinda weird
Date: 2002-12-02 08:26:46
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: pippo(at)bellnet(dot)ca [mailto:pippo(at)bellnet(dot)ca] 
> Sent: 01 December 2002 21:15
> To: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: [pgadmin-support] kinda weird
> An error has occurred in pgAdminII:frmConnect.cmdConnect_Click:
> Number: -2147467259
> Descriprion: Could not connect to the server;
> Could not connect to remote socket.

That normally means that either the host details you have entered are
incorrect, or the postmaster on the server wasn't started with TCP/IP
> Same problem trying to access either of two servers.
> On one of them, I get the message that there is no "test" database 
> installed. So what, I don't need it and am not trying to 
> connect to it.

pgAdmin will only attempt to connect to databases you select, or the
master database specified under Tools -> Options -> PostgreSQL.

> pgAdmin version 1.4.2 running on Win2k; connecting to FreeBSD 
> 4.7 running 
> pgsql 7.2.3
> During installation, several files could not be "updated" by pgAdmin 
> installation: hh.exe, hhctrl.ocx, itircl.dll and itss.dll 
> with the comment 
> that they are protected by the system and I should upgrade my OS. The 
> former 2 seem to deal with help files, the last two, I don't 
> know. Yet the 
> message after the installation is that the installation was 
> successful... 
> kinda weird, if ya ask me....

No, that's the Microsoft Installer being overly alarming. The
installation was successful.

> I do not recall such problems with my previous installation. 
> All seemed to 
> work well.

On your previous install, I bet you weren't running Win2K SP2.

Regards, Dave.

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