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Re: troubles with postgresql-7.1RC2-1
> Please try "uname -a" to verify. I have already helped someone else who
> attempted to replace their 1.1.8-2 DLL with one from a snapshot while
> inetd was still running...
$ uname -a
CYGWIN_NT-5.0 NONSARD 1.3.0s(0.37/3/2) 2001-03-19 23:55 i686 unknown
> > Maybe there are troubles with permissions to access the service ??
> Are you a member of the Local Administrators group? If not, may be
> this is causing a permissions problem when ipc-daemon is run as a service?
> But, I thought that by default it runs with wide open security (i.e,
> no security).
I'm member of the Local Adminstrators group, but i have seen recommandations
in the documentation of cygipc, i will check it first...
I don't understand why the sources distribution of postgres seems to be an
of the binary distribution ??
I see something like:
Current New Src? Package
-------------------- ----------------- ----------- -----------
7.1RC2-1 7.1RC2-1.src n/a postgresql
For me sources has to be donwloaded if sources checkox is selected ?? Am I
Secondly, the binary distribution does not include the TCL support. So,
"pgaccess" is not
part of distribution. Do you forgot it ? is it possible to include it for
the next release ??
Anyway, thank for your effort to build a binary distribution of postgres, i
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