ptyler wrote: -------- Original Message --------
Subject: Mac Postgres Install
Date: Mon, 07 Apr 2008 16:35:47 -0400
From: Perry Clark
Here''s an FYI for the Mac-Postgres Crowd...
I was trying to install PostgreSQL on my Mac OS X using its included
installation notes, which I have included below.
The command \&quot;adduser postgres\&quot; did not exist, however I managed to run
the command \&quot;chown postgres /usr/local/pgsql/data\&quot;.
Later, I managed to find the Apple Developer Connection article
learned that adding the user should have been done through the System
When I went to the Sys Pref panel to do so, it gave me a warning saying
the user \&quot;postgres\&quot; already existed, but it does not appear on the list
of users. I also cannot login with that user from the command line
interface, but I can login in Mac OS.
My question is, how can I delete that user so I can continue with the
installation of PostgreSQL as described in the above cited website?
SHORT ANSWER: Use the existing PostgreSQL user - You cannot see the
postgres user because it''s user ID is less than 500.
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