Max Khon <fjoe(at)iclub(dot)nsu(dot)ru> writes:
> hi, there!
> On 15 Nov 2000, Friedrich Dominicus wrote:
> > > we use driver that comes with unixODBC
> > > no compilation switches for postgres are required
> > >
> > > > I got my system running and can connect to POSTGRES with psql but if I
> > > > try it with isql than I got a connection error. So what information do
> > > > I have too add to make it "apparently" to you to understand?
> > >
> > > which error messages do you get?
> > and obvious one I guess ;-)
> > ./isql -v p_test frido
> > [unixODBC]Could not connect to the server;
> > Could not connect to remote socket.
> > [ISQL]ERROR: Could not SQLConnect
> do you have enabled network connections in your pg_hba.conf
No which I obviously have to. This seems to be a very trivial error
and I wonder if this isn't covered in the FAQ. If yes, I'm quite sorry
to not have read it properly; if not I suggest adding it to the FAQ
Thanks for pointing me to the solution.
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