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Jun 15, 2004, 15:48 #26AnonymousSitePoint Community Guest
I should note, that not every version of crypt is suitable. You have to install at leat 1.1-1 Earlier versions didn't include the cygcrypt-0.dll
The default location for this install, can be reviewed at the following link:
Jul 10, 2004, 07:28 #27Michele BerardiSitePoint Community Guest
i suppress the problem changing the account used to start the postmaster service to "local account". The problem may be solved in a different manner setting the appropriate policy .... but due to some problem with windows configuration i choose this solution ;-)
Jul 10, 2004, 08:51 #28michele berardiSitePoint Community Guest
addendum to my previous post:
remember to modify the permission of the folder /subfolders that contains the postgres data granting the full access to the admninistrator user (for example go on the top folder and in the security settings and make sure that the subfolders inherit the permission you set ...
Feb 1, 2005, 09:44 #29BryanSitePoint Community Guest
If Apache can't find php_pgsql.dll, you may need to put it in the %SystemRoot%\system32 directory.
Mar 1, 2005, 18:30 #30Mauricio Morales F.SitePoint Community Guest
Thanks, I have solved my problem satisfactorily.
Mauricio Morales F.
Jun 17, 2005, 17:36 #31Wan WongSitePoint Community Guest
With newer version of PostgreSQL (I have installed version 8.0.3) you don't need Cygwin anymore. That's really great!!!
Jun 20, 2005, 09:21 #32
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i have been very pleased with pgsql and the pgsql novice mailing list has been extremely helpful, too.
Jul 24, 2005, 23:27 #33James BeamSitePoint Community Guest
My install with 8.04 went perfectly! I have PostgreSQL installed with php and apache, all on windows. Absolutely no glitches.