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RE: *really* daft novice questions...

From: patrick(dot)wolf(at)Aerojet(dot)com (WOLF, PATRICK)
To: "'chriswood(at)wvda(dot)com'" <chriswood(at)wvda(dot)com>, pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: RE: *really* daft novice questions...
Date: 2000-07-14 19:32:54
Message-ID: 63A19D0F08E6D211AD740008C7B1C47B02FE1634@APD-MAIL1 (view raw, whole thread or download thread mbox)
Lists: pgsql-novice
I'm not familiar with PgAdmin.  But I do use PsqlODBC (see )

You need to enable connections to the database backend over the network with
the -i option when starting the postmaster process.


		-----Original Message-----
		From:	chriswood(at)wvda(dot)com [mailto:chriswood(at)wvda(dot)com]
		Sent:	Friday, July 14, 2000 10:02 AM
		To:	pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
		Subject:	[NOVICE] *really* daft novice questions...

		(Note that I am a general sql/postgresql/pgadmin novice -
I'm diving 
		in with both feet first.)

		I'm using PostgreSQL 7.0.2 jon RH Linux 6.2, and everything
		seems pretty much ok. I'm having problems with getting
		7 on my Win98 machine to connect to the Linux machine via 

		Is PgAdmin 7 compatible with PostgreSQL 7.0.2?

		I keep getting errors that indicate that either the password
is wrong 
		or the database doesn't exist. I know the database I'm
trying to 
		access exists. I've created a user with that password on the
		machine. In pg_hba.conf I've even set all connections from
		Win98 machine to "trust". Is there something I've missed in
		docs which explains this problem?

		Where are the PgAdmin docs, anyway?

		Should I be directing some of these questions to the
Interface list?

		Thanks for your attention...

		Christopher Wood
		Community Access Technical Coordinator

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