[maemo-users] Postgress on my N900

From: Francisco Diaz Trepat - gmail francisco.diaztrepat at gmail.com
Date: Fri Feb 4 12:02:38 EET 2011
LOL thanks I did, had the localhost thing, but I think I need to put
in the ip for the network I am in. For instance when I am at the
office and am board, I could put the as my ip address.

and then should work, I am about 3hs from getting to my office. I'll
try it today.

Thanks A lot.

Those of us who know what a AT, XT, or pentium 1 is... then we know it
should run perfectly fine for a test.

Also not to mention I have been using my N900 clocked to 1ghz for
months now, and it stood the test of compiling and linking pgsql for
almost an hour


On 2/4/11, Kaj-Michael Lang <milang at tal.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2011-02-03 at 17:59 -0300, Francisco Diaz Trepat - gmail wrote:
>> I have successfully built and installed postgres 9.2 on my N900
>> It starts. but I cannot connect to it.
> afaik, by default postgres listens to unix sockets only. You need to
> tell it to listen to tcp/ip connections.
> Check your postgresql.conf and the listen_addresses setting.
> "If the list is empty, the server does not listen on any IP interface at
> all, in which case only Unix-domain sockets can be used to connect to
> it."
> See:
> http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.0/static/runtime-config-connection.html
> All that blaablaa about not enough memory is just crap, imho. I used to
> run my web+php+postgresql+mysql+mail+shell etc on much less powerfull
> hardware than the N900 back in the day just fine.
> There is much memory related that can be tuned for low-memory systems in
> the postgres configuration. Check the documentation.
> --
> Kaj-Michael Lang <milang at tal.org>
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