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comment Cannot start Postgres daemon after installing with Yum
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2 quick things to add to this: 1. It seems to work best if you go to the "Authorities" tab in the certificate manager, before clicking "Import..." (thus adding you, or whoever signed the certificate, as a trusted signer-of-certificates) 2. I'm not sure if I needed to, but I checked all the checkboxes under "Edit trust settings".
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comment Cannot start Postgres daemon after installing with Yum
Thanks! I think that would do the trick, since Yum did not install the postgresql-server package automatically. I ended up giving Fedora the boot and installing Arch anyway, and suddenly life got a lot better. Pacman handles everything nicely with sudo pacman -S postgres.
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