Thanks for your reply. I did what you advise but the result is the
Leovey replied a bit earlier than you stating that "PgAdmin MUST be run
under a graphical environment. Do a startx to bring up the GDI" which I
will try at the office since I have a spare computer to play around there.
On 1 January 2012 22:05, Rick Dicaire <kritek(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> You aren't logged into X as root. Start pgadmin3 as the user you're logged
> in as.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Jan 1, 2012, at 1:14 AM, badaveil <badaveil(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > (Newbie here)
> > 1. I successfully installed Ubuntu server 32 bit on my computer.
> > 2. Then I installed PostgreSQL and PgAdmin3, I believed they were
> > successfully installed.
> > 3. After I typed "pgadmin3" in the terminal, it replied "Unable to
> > initialize gtk, is DISPLAY set properly?" said gtk was not installed
> > 4. I looked up search here and Castet JQ Feb,10,2009 advised "$ export
> > DISPLAY=:0.0"
> > 5. I typed that command minus $, entered and root(at)server command line
> > out so I believe it was successfully installed.
> > 5. After that, I typed "pgadmin3" in the terminal but it still replied
> > "Unable to initialize gtk, is DISPLAY set properly?"
> > Please advise
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