I did not want to be impolite or something :) I am just hunting all
issues that prevent people form using pgaccess as what I notice is that
many people do not send bugs or requests simply because first of all
they can not make it run.
In this line it was important to know if you have anything against
running PostgreSQL with '-i'. Thank you very much for your reply - it
was very helpful and a good feedback.
I hope the Unix Domain sockets question will be answered soon.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: William West [mailto:wwest(at)csc(dot)com]
> Sent: Dienstag, 30. Juli 2002 01:06
> To: Iavor Raytchev
> Cc: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org; Preston Lord; pgaccess -
> Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] PGACCESS connection failure?
> '-i' works fine for me. I did not use it at first because I
> did not know
> that pgaccess needed it.
> Was only trying to be helpful to Preston. I have no particular reason
> to be disturbed by pgaccess needing TCP/IP ... I just figured that
> my TCL/TK did not have any Unix Domain support, and find it
> acceptable to enable TCP/IP when needing the services of
> It sounded like Preston's "BUT ..." could be the same thing I
> ran into, needing to configure with '-i' when I did not expect to
> need to do that, so I posted what I posted.
> But since you asked ... IS there a way to configure pgaccess
> to use Unix Domain sockets?.
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