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How do I uninstall postgres on Mac OS? Can't kill data

I'd like to uninstall postgres on Mac OS 10.6 and start again with a completely fresh installation and empty databases. I've killed all running postgres processes and tried to delete the postgres ...
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How do I uninstall postgres on Mac OS? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I uninstall postgres on Mac OS? Can’t kill data I'd like to uninstall postgres on Mac OS 10.6 and start again with a completely fresh installation and empty ...
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How do I create a postgresql user and database from a fresh install?

I just installed postgresql onto an ubuntu box. How can I create user foo with password bar and database baz, so that foo owns baz? foo is not a unix user.
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Windows based Apache/PHP/Perl/database stacks

Does anyone know if XAMPP's Perl also provides Tk support? Does anyone know of a similar stack which provides PostresSQL in addition to/instead of MySQL? I'd like this to run on Win 7 and XP. Edit: ...
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postgresql 8.4 original config files (ubuntu)

Where can I find the original postgresql 8.4 config files for ubuntu (/etc/postgresql/8.4/main/*)? Upgraded ubuntu to version 9.10. which included upgrading postgresql from 8.3 to 8.4 dir with ...
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Problem with security settings during OSX start up

I recently installed PostgreSQL and am now getting these errors when I start up: “/Library/StartupItems/HWPortDetect” has not been started because it does not have the proper security settings. ...
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secure PostgreSQL installation

I want to install postgresql on my computer in such a way that no computer other than mine can see or access it. I'm installing this on my work computer to store some GIS data, I don't want to worry ...
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How to make PostgreSQL start at boot time in Ubuntu?

Every time I boot my computer, I need to start Posgtres manually via sudo /etc/init.d/postgresql-8.4 start It was an easy task to make it start automatically with Init in place: just add a symlink ...