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Re: I too keep getting an error message when starting up...

Postby APerfect10 » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:18 am

[quote="thatman"a9b]yes. same thing comes up except i dont have the link underneath the boxes asking "Need PostgreSQL? Click here!"[/quotea9b]

That window should come up. If you already have PostgreSQL installed then you need to enter your settings here. If PostgreSQL is installed on your local computer then you should only need to enter your username and password. (Do you remember these from whenever you installed Postgres?

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Re: I too keep getting an error message when starting up...

Postby thatman » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:29 am

No i sure dont. Any suggestions?
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Re: I too keep getting an error message when starting up...

Postby APerfect10 » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:41 am

[quote="thatman"589]No i sure dont. Any suggestions?[/quote589]

If you do not remember your password, I do not think there is an easy way to recover it. You will need to backup all of your PostgreSQL databases (use the PT2 feature). Completely uninstall PostgreSQ, reboot your computer, then download the copy of PT3 with pgsql and do a completely fresh install.

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Re: I too keep getting an error message when starting up...

Postby _dave_ » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:43 am

[quote="APerfect10"tam][quote="thatman"tam]No i sure dont. Any suggestions?[/quotetam]

If you do not remember your password, I do not think there is an easy way to recover it. You will need to backup all of your PostgreSQL databases (use the PT2 feature). Completely uninstall PostgreSQ, reboot your computer, then download the copy of PT3 with pgsql and do a completely fresh install.

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I'ev posted this twice tonight. EDIT: thrice now :)

If you don't know your postgres password, set authentication to "trust" in pg_hba.conf to avert the need for knowing a correct password. Less secure, far quicker :)
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Re: I too keep getting an error message when starting up...

Postby thatman » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:55 am

You guys rock.

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Re: I too keep getting an error message when starting up...

Postby APerfect10 » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:58 am

[quoteise]I'ev posted this twice tonight. EDIT: thrice now :)

If you don't know your postgres password, set authentication to "trust" in pg_hba.conf to avert the need for knowing a correct password. Less secure, far quicker :)[/quoteise]

Oops. :oops: Thanks :mrgreen:
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