Thanks Vijay and all the rest that replied. I can't say what went wrong,
but the fact that you mentioned it had something to do with rights and I
couldn't figure out what it was, made me decide to start from scratch with
a different approach.
I used the progress user to build and install everything, instead of the
root user and then do a chown.
Now everything is installed as the progres user and all works ok. Thanks
for all your time and answers.
Vijay Deval wrote:
> The addition to .profile was just by way of an example. It will be
> necessary to locate the concerned libraries on your system and put them
> there. It is also necessary to log out and log in again for all the
> things to be effective. On my box , before starting installation I had
> created a directory pgsql under /usr/local. owner:group was
> postgres:postgres. During installation bin,data,doc,include,lib,man and
> pgaccess got created under pgsql. I had opted for option --with-tcl.
> That is why pgaccess got there automatically
> so in my profile
> EXPORT LD_LIABRARY_PATH.
> Ownership is postgres:postgres right from level of pgsql.
> I am sorry I typed LD_LIABRARY_PATH=/opt/postgres/bin. I mean lib, if it
> is there.
> >From the messages it looks like some resources are not in the path or
> are not exported.
> inadequate permissions or wrong ownership of the vital directories also
> could create these problems.
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