cryan wrote: You may need to change you pg_hba.conf file for PostgreSQL and possible the postgresql.conf file as well. The postgresql.conf file has an entry called listen_addresses which determines which addresses the service listens on and if it is set to ''localhost'', which is the default, you will need to change it to an appropriate value. In the pg_hba.conf you will have to add/change one or more entries that tells PostgreSQL which hosts you will accept connections from and what form of authentication they require. For detailed information on these you can look at the PostgreSQL documentation. -- Read more at http://www.xtuple.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=2964
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