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Getting Started with Postgres on Red Hat


Kevin Kemp at PHPbuilder:
I have read several posts and noticed the large number of questions about Postgres so I decided to start from the beginning on how to get a PostgreSQL Database up and running. I am also going to try to cover some of the most common questions about startup and configuration.

I will be making the following assumptions about your system setup: (1) You have Redhat 7.0 installed; (2) PostgreSQL is not currently installed; (3) You have Gnome installed (I like Gnome); (4) You have linuxconf installed; (5) You have root privileges.
 read more | mail this link | score:5815 | -HamishLawson, March 15, 2001 (Updated: August 23, 2003)
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