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Re: Stock Debian Wheezy (stable) install troubles

> > fmiser wrote:
> >
> > I'm having troubles with what I think should be a simple, stock
> > install on Debian Wheezy using the default Wheezy package
> > (1.3.18-2).
> >
> > I can't seem to setup a database!

> Robert wrote:
>    That's coming up because 'testDB' is not actually a LedgerSMB
> database; it's an artifact of what has been used as part of the
> automatic setup of the LedgerSMB DB administrator (which doesn't
> work properly, which is why that's defaulted not to be run).

Your saying I should run the debian install script?

> Use some other name for the first LedgerSMB database you're
> creating.

>    The LedgerSMB Debian package is defaulted to use the name
> 'ledgersmb' for the LSMB Database user to keep that separate from
> the the PostgreSQL system and database user 'postgres'.  To
> properly configure the ledgersmb db admin user, you could use the
> following SQL:
> PASSWORD 'newpassword';

Sweet!   That works.  I'm still puzzled as to why using 'postgres'
and it's password didn't work.  But I got a database created, so
I'm not going to try too hard to figure it out. :)

Now I just have to figure out what I want to do different than my
existing SQL-Ledger 2.6.

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