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Re: Problems with first time install
- Subject: Re: Problems with first time install
- From: "Gerald Chudyk" <..hidden..>
- Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 17:08:41 -0800
On 2/21/07, Chris Travers <..hidden..> wrote:
BTW, the current 12 failed tests are fixed in RC1 (released today).
You can just untar over your existing installation if you like.
I don't know what happens if you try to create more than one dataset
in a database. Currently, if the superuser credentials are submitted,
the database is created and plpgsql added. If not, it assumes an
existing database with no other data. Hope this helps.
So if I create a ledgersmb database as follows:
createuser -P ledgersmb
createlang plpgsql template1
createdb -U ledgersmb ledgersmb
psql -U ledgersmb ledgersmb
update users_conf set password = md5('2manysecrets');
Then I edit ledger-smb.conf:
change "sendmail = /usr/sbin/sendmail -t"
set "latex :"
set "DBConnect = dbi:Pg:dbname=ledgersmb;host=localhost;port=5432"
set "DBUserName = ledgersmb"
set "DBPassword = 2manysecrets"
Then I run perl Build.PL then ./Build test
Then I run admin.pl Database Administration
Click Create Dataset
This takes me to the Create Dataset Screen with existing datasets:
[ ledgersmb ] [ postgres ] [ template0 ] [ template1 ]
Do I Create a new dataset or enter ledgersmb as my existing dataset? I
have tried both and failed. I have also tried omitting the superuser
on the previous screen with no success.
This seems to be where I crash and burn every time.